Lehr is a small city located in two counties: Logan County and McIntosh County. It is located inside of the central southern part of North Dakota. The city was founded in 1898 and today has a population of 80 residents spanning 0.19 square miles. It is located right on a county line which is how it is able to be considered part of two separate counties. It is the smallest city that is located inside of two counties. There are 50 households and 24 families living in the area.