Strasburg is a small city inside of Cass County. It rests along the western border of the state of Missouri. The city was originally built by German immigrants and it was named in honor of the city of Strasbourg which rests near the border in France now, but was originally part of Germany. The town has 141 residents that live across 0.19 square miles of land. This gives it a population density of 742 residents per square mile. The city sits at an elevation of 843 feet. There are 54 households in total and 41 families that live in the area. The average median income is $37,000. Today there is a Baptist church in town. There is one interstate and one state road that intersect in the center of the city and its eastern boundary is the West Branch Crawford Creek.