Belcourt, North Dakota


It is largest city of Turtle Mountain Reservation. Below are google earth pictures of Belcourt. Belcourt has a population of 2,078. It's population dropped dramatically between 2000 and 2010. In 2000, it's population was 2,440. Belcourt covers over 6.1 sq. mi. There are 856 housing units in this CDP. If other Turtle Mountain Nation CDP's show a trend, than Belcourt's population is probably much higher than they claim. Belcourt is a census-designated place (CDP), but that is a bit misleading because it does have a neat look of a regular city or town. From southwest to northeast, this CDP has a length of about 1.3 miles. From north to south, it's length is 1.0 miles. More than half (54%) of Belcourt population lives under what is considered poverty line. Most businesses are located along Chief Little Shell Street. That's downtown Belcourt. Many of this CDP's citizens rely on government jobs such as tribal, school, fire and police positions. This CDP does have a public radio station (KEYA). Population of Belcourt is 95% Indian and 4% white. Belcourt's elevation is 1,962 feet above sea level. Zip code is 58316. Belcourt has two banks and Turtle Mountain Shopping Center. And there are several lakes and forests (forests are located on this city's west side and north) located around this city, which makes this region one that is especially beautiful during spring, summer, and autumn.



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