Rick Kiley (SE) | Chair

Biography

Rick graduated from O’Gorman High School and received a bachelor of science and master of education from South Dakota State University. He is retired from a 33-year teaching career with the Sioux Falls School District, including 6 years as a full-time driving instructor and 27 years as a biology teacher at Washington and Lincoln High Schools. Rick now serves as director of the South Dakota Motorcycle Rider Education Program for the South Dakota Safety Council.

Rick previously served on the Sioux Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization Citizens Advisory Committee, Sioux Falls Board of Health/Falls Community Health Governing Board, and Governor’s Task Force on Impaired Driving.

His family includes his wife, Donna; three children, Michael, Jason, and Sara; and two granddaughters, Etta and Ireland. Rick enjoys motorcycling, golfing, walking, running, bicycling, attending sporting events, traveling, and home remodeling projects. His greatest enjoyment comes from spending time with his family.

Committees Served On

Audit
Land Use (Chair)
Operations (Chair)
Urbanized Development Commission (UDC)
Metro Communications Agency

July 2017

Councilors Greg Neitzert, Rick Kiley and Michelle Erpenbach discuss annexation, City budget and sales tax and volunteerism in Sioux Falls.

March 2017

Council Member Rick Kiley along with Metro Communications Director Paul Niedringhaus, Police Chief Matt Burns and Fire Chief Jim Sideras discuss how the agencies work together to assist citizens in their time of need.

Term Expires: 2018

District: Southeast

Phone: 367-8102

Email: rkiley@siouxfalls.org