Community Resources

Whether you’re a lifelong resident of Armour, a newcomer or are just considering a move to town, here is a list of community resources that will help you find most anything you need.

Armour Community Foundation

Armour Community Foundation
Board of Directors:
Mark Fuoss, Wanda Dally, Jim Werkmeister, Beth Harrington,
Todd Hawley, Micah Lau, and Jay Spaans.

The Armour Community Foundation is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) tax exempt public organization created to attract and distribute charitable funds for the benefit of the Armour area. The Armour Community Foundation serves and is to function as a “savings account” for the Armour community. It is NOT the same as the Armour Development Corporation or the Armour Non-Profit Development Corporation. In fact, the role of the Armour Community Foundation is very different. The community foundation provides a way for people to reinvest in their community by investing in a permanent endowment. As the principal grows, so does the spendable interest. Only interest income is distributed, so the funds are never depleted. This allows the Armour Community Foundation to grow and award grants to non-profit groups within the Armour Community indefinitely. All types of donations are accepted. For example, donations can be made in honor of a birthday, anniversary or as a memorial. In those cases, the person honored will receive a card and the donor will receive documentation for charitable gift purposes. Larger gifts, such as estate gifts, are also welcome. Gifts can be made by giving a donation to anyone on the board of directors.

For More Information

For more information or to make a gift to the Armour Community Foundation, write: Armour Community Foundation, P.O. Box 333, Armour, SD 57313, or call Jim Werkmeister (605) 770-5035.

Additional information about the Community Foundation can be found by clicking here.

Domestic Abuse / Women’s Shelter

Mitchell Area Safehouse
Shelter, support groups, family visitation center.
1809 North Wisconsin – Mitchell, SD
24-Hour Hotline 605-996-4440
605-996-6622 or 1-800-996-8909
Facebook Page

Fire Department

Armour is served by a volunteer fire department. Equipment is stored in a modern facility that also features a community room. For information regarding rental of the Fire Hall, please call fire chief Travis Sparks at 605-770-8681 or email

Fire Hall phone: 605-724-2277

Food, Shelter or Clothing Assistance

Armour Community Exchange
Gently-worn clothing for all ages.
Free-will donation.
713 Main Street

Douglas County Food Pantry
Located in Douglas County Courthouse
706 Braddock
First Floor – southwest corner
Open: First Two Thursdays and
Third Friday of Every Month
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Emergency Contact: 605-724-2417

Food Stamps
Located in Douglas County Courthouse
706 Braddock
First Floor – southwest corner
Open: First and Second Thursdays of Every Month
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Heating Assistance
Located in Douglas County Courthouse
706 Braddock
First Floor – southwest corner
Open: First and Second Thursdays of Every Month
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


City of Armour
620 Main Avenue

Visit City Hall for water and sewer hook-ups.

Finance Officer: Kari Bertram
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Open over the noon hour.

Water and sewer billing
Building permits
City ordinances

Douglas County Courthouse
706 Braddock
Auditor 605-724-2423
Clerk of Courts – 605-724-2585
Director of Equalization – 605-724-2688
Highway Department 605-724-2707
Register of Deeds – 605-724-2204
SDSU Extension Service – 605-724-2719
Treasurer – 605-724-2318
Veterans’ Service Office – 605-724-2750

Douglas County States Attorney
722 Main Street

Health Care

Adult Services & Aging
Located in Douglas County Courthouse
706 Braddock
First Floor – southwest corner
Open: First and Second Thursdays of Every Month
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Community Health Nurse
708 Eighth Street

Golden Living Center
Long-term care, assisted living and adult day services.
106 Braddock

Douglas County Memorial Hospital
708 Eighth Street

Prairie Pharmacy
1311 Braddock

Prairie Villa Assisted Living
1309 Braddock


Carnegie Library
915 Main Street

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Copy machine and computers with Internet available.

Rubble Site

Items Accepted:
Cement and asphalt can be placed in the designated piles.
Burnable items: trees and unpainted wood can be placed on the burn pile.
Grass clippings, leaves, compost and garden waste can be dumped in the designated area.
Dumpster: asphalt shingles, plaster, drywall, painted and stained wood, furniture, mattresses.
No household garbage. No plastic bags. All items must be sorted.
Furniture and household garbage can be picked up by Armour Dray.

Spring & Summer
Tuesdays 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

All materials must be emptied from plastic bags!
Do not enter the rubble site if a city employee is not present.

For disposal during off hours an additional $5.00 charge will be added to your bill.

Call City Hall with questions: 605-724-2167