Settled in the Last Mountain Hills is the friendly town of Strasbourg. The earliest settlers came to this area in 1884 and the area became known for its rich agricultural soil and ample land for pastures. The town has a rich cultural and historical background, originating with the German pioneers who settled the area. The town’s name was originally spelled Strassburg – ‘Strass’ meaning ‘street’ or ‘road’, and ‘Burg’ meaning ‘town’. The spelling was changed to the French “Strasbourg” in 1919. Strasbourg and area has a hardworking, dedicated group of people who take an active role volunteering their time in the many community organizations that support our recreation, culture, and tourism industry. The population is 800 (2016 Census data).
The committee was formed on February 8 with 17 committee members. In 2018, the committee re-organized, and currently has 9 committee members.
Date completed: May 6, 2016
The surveys were placed in 410 mailboxes and distributed to 28 housing units, with 62 responses
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