Fallon County is named for Benjamin O’Fallon, who was a Federal Native American agent.
Created: December 9, 1913
Baker 1913 – present
County Courthouse – Baker
Location: 10 West Fallon Avenue / 1st Street West
Built: 1974 – 1975
Architect: Johnson/Graham Associates
Contractor: Miller Construction Company
Description: The building faces north and is a one story dark red colored brick, concrete and glass structure. The building has vertical red colored brick pillars along the walls with a sloped red roof above. The entrance located in the center of the north side, has glass doors. The widows are vertical and narrow. The building also houses the City of Baker. To the southeast is the old Sheriff Residence which is now the O’Fallon Historical Museum.
S – Carter County
W – Custer County
Photos taken 2009 and 2015