City Offices Closed March 13, 2019 in Anticipation of Predicted Blizzard
The Southern Gateway
to the Black Hills
Q: Where do I set up my water and wastewater utility services?
A: Water and wastewater services may be set up at City Hall (303 North River Street). City Hall is open from 8 AM - 5 PM, Monday through Friday and can be reached at 605-745-3135.
Q: Where do I set up my garbage and recycling services?
A: The City of Hot Springs contracts out weekly solid waste (garbage) and monthly recycling services to Fall River Sanitation. This service is only available to residential customers. You may set up your account and/or add recycling to your account at City Hall (303 North River Street). City Hall is open from 8 AM - 5 PM, Monday through Friday and can be reached at 605-745-3135. More information about recycling is available here >>
Q: Where can I buy an Evans Plunge Mineral Springs Membership?
A: Evans Plunge Mineral Springs memberships may be purchased at Evans Plunge Mineral Springs during regular business hours. View our membership rates at www.evansplunge.com.
Q: Where can I buy a Southern Hills Golf Course annual membership?
A: Golf memberships may be purchased at either Southern Hills Golf Course during regular business hours or at City Hall. View our membership rates at www.hotspringssdgolf.com
Q: Is there an RV Dump Station in Hot Springs?
A: Yes, there is an RV Dump station available to the public located in the parking lot of the Mueller Civic Center / Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce. The address for this is 801 S. 6th Street, Hot Springs, SD 57747
Q: What is the City's policy regarding snow removal?
A: Ordinance 22-16 outlines property owners' responsiblity to remove snow. It reads:
It shall be the duty of the abutting landowner to a public sidewalk to keep such sidewalk clear from snow and ice at all times. Snowfall shall be removed from public sidewalks within two (2) hours of the completion of the snowfall during daylight hours, or by 10:00 o'clock a.m. the following morning, if it is impossible to remove the snow and ice from the sidewalk, the owner shall use a deicer or sprinkle sand on the sidewalk to prevent the sidewalk from becoming slippery and dangerous to travel.
If the owner shall fail or refuse to remove the snow or ice from public sidewalks abutting his property within a reasonable time, the City may cause the snow and ice to be removed and assess the cost to the owner.
The City provides snow removal services for City streets. The policy for doing this can be found here >>