Investing in the Next Generation of Drivers
The focus of the school day was on the letter T for “transportation,” and on Friday, March 6, two preschool classes at Holy Spirit Elementary School in southeast Sioux Falls learned straight from the source about everything from traffic signals to traffic signs.
Matt Rock, Traffic Engineering Technician with the Public Works Department, shared information about his position and traffic control across the city to the preschool students, including his daughter Evie, 5.
Sioux Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization Holds First Open House
On Jan. 14 the Sioux Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) sought public input on transportation planning at its first open house for the 2045 Long-Range Transportation Plan. The MPO needs to adopt an updated transportation plan by late this year to meet federal requirements, address all modes of transportation system changes, and consider current goals and objectives.
Additional community open houses will be held this spring. View meeting replay.
Successful Week of Construction at Main Pump Station
January 14: The City of Sioux Falls Public Works Department had a successful week of construction at the Main Pump Station construction site at Rice Street and Bahnson Avenue. The new station will replace the existing 40-year-old Brandon Road Pump Station, which handles approximately 90 percent of the city’s wastewater.
Street Sweeping Map
Stay up-to-date on current progress of street sweeping in the City of Sioux Falls by checking out this interactive map.
Rate Reviews Presentation
The City of Sioux Falls Public Works Department presented rate reviews at the June 3, 2014, City Council Informational meeting.
Waste Hauler Recycling Rates
The Sioux Falls Regional Sanitary Landfill currently licenses 21 waste haulers who provide services to residential customers. These haulers operate throughout the counties of Lake, Lincoln, McCook, Minnehaha and Turner, South Dakota
Pothole Patching Underway
If you’ve driven around or through that pothole once, it’s one too many times. To report a pothole, please call the Pothole Hotline at 367-8002 or fill out the online form below.