City of Sioux Falls
Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether Unveils $140 Million Budget
Mayor Mike Huether submitted to the City Council a recommended general fund operating budget of $140.8 million for 2014. The budget reflects his commitment to move Sioux Falls forward while keeping expenditures in line with revenue.
Rail Yard Redevelopment Project Will Create Ten Acres for New Sioux Falls Development
The Rail Yard Redevelopment Project is moving forward. A key milestone in the project was reached last week when the draft Environmental Assessment and Section 4(f) Evaluation document was signed by state and federal officials.
Animal Control Looking for Help in Finding Dog Involved in Spencer Park Bite Incident
The Sioux Falls Police Department’s Animal Control Division would like the public’s help in locating a dog in reference to a dog bite.
Pet Rock Craft at Humboldt Library in Sioux Falls
Siouxland Libraries will sponsor a free Pet Rock Make-and-Take Craft for children on Thursday, July 18, 2013, at the Humboldt Branch.
More Road Closures as Construction Continues Around Sioux Falls
On Tuesday, July 9, 2013, the westbound lane on 26th Street will be closed between Yeager Road and Van Eps Avenue. Westbound traffic will use the center turn lane.
Guns Taken in Wayland Avenue Burglary
On Sunday, June 30, 2013, Sioux Falls Police responded to a burglary report in the 800 block of North Wayland Avenue. It was discovered that the suspect or suspects had forcibly entered the residence while the homeowners were away.
‘Romeo and Juliet’ to be Performed at Falls Park in Sioux Falls
William Shakespeare is once again bringing a classic tale to the Queen Bee Mill at Falls Park. Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation will be hosting performances of 'Romeo and Juliet'.
North Marion Road Concrete Repairs Begin Monday in Sioux Falls
Beginning Monday construction crews will be working on North Marion Road between the railroad right of way at Ninth Street and Fifth Street.
69th Street Branch Drop-Off Site Closing Sunday
Traffic at branch drop-off sites has steadily declined, and the storm-related debris is largely cleaned up. As a result, the City of Sioux Falls will return to normal branch disposal operations.
Western Avenue Lane Shift Begins Monday; Blackhawk Street Closed for Railroad Crossing Wor…
Beginning on Monday, July 1, 2013, traffic on Western Avenue, south of Crossing Place, will be shifted from the northbound lanes to the new pavement on the southbound lanes.