Information About COVID-19
The Health Department has partnered with local, state and federal response agencies to ensure a level of preparedness for the community. The virus that causes COVID-19 is transmitted similar to the virus that causes influenza. We encourage everyone to practice good respiratory hygiene, which includes: proper handwashing, covering your cough, and staying home if you are ill.
- For more information on COVID-19 please visit www.cdc.gov/COVID19.
- To learn more about South Dakota activities regarding the novel coronavirus or COVID-19, please visit https://doh.sd.gov/news/Coronavirus.aspx
- For closings and cancellations visit: https://www.helplinecenter.org/2-1-1-community-resources/closures-cancellations/
April 14 City Election
- Voters are encouraged to vote absentee by mail.
- Forms for absentee voting and voter registration are available online.
- Contact the City Clerk at 605-367-8080 or go to www.siouxfalls.org/election for more information.
City ServicesThroughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the City is committed to maintaining the business operations and essential services while making efforts to protect the health of City employees and slow the spread of COVID-19. City staff will continue to work during this time while exercising CDC guidelines for social distancing and cleaning.
Closed to Public Access
- City Center
- City Hall
- Carnegie Town Hall will close to the public except for public meetings. Previously scheduled public meetings and bid letting planned for City Hall or City Center will be relocated to Carnegie Town Hall.
- Siouxland Libraries
- Midco® Aquatic Center
- Recreation Centers
- Falls Park Visitor Center
- Environmental Center
Open to Public Access
- Falls Community Health
- Law Enforcement Center
- Fire stations
- Mayor’s Office at City Hall
- Public golf courses
- Sioux Area Metro transit
- Sioux Falls Regional Landfill
- Household Hazardous Waste Facility Drive-thru drop off
Modified City Services
The City is committed to maintaining the business operations and essential services while making efforts to protect the health of City employees and slow the spread of COVID-19. City staff will continue to work during this time while exercising CDC guidelines for social distancing and cleaning.
The public can continue to access various services that the City provides online and over the phone. Office contact information is available at siouxfalls.org.
Do you have questions about the guidance on social gathering limits?
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