Sioux Falls City Hall
224 W. Ninth St.
Sioux Falls, SD 57117-7402
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Sioux Falls is threatened by extreme weather to include rain, hail, lightning, high winds and tornadoes in the spring and summer months. Individuals and families need to be aware of threatening weather and protect themselves before it strikes.
Sump pumps remove groundwater from below building foundations to prevent water damage. Take time to review the Sump Pump Discharge Guide to make sure your sump pump is ready for the coming spring rain.
Use these links for information on dealing with sewer backup and/or water in your home or business.
Proper cleanup is essential to prevent mold and other health issues.
Taking Responsibility for Your Safety
Tips for People with Activity Limitations and Disabilities
On April 10, 2012, Sioux Falls Emergency Management, Sioux Falls Fire Rescue...
NOAA Weather Radios
Weather doesn't take a holiday or a weekend, neither does NOAA Weather Radio... <br/><br/>
As part of Severe Weather Awareness Week activities, the National Weather Service and Emergency Management offices from Minnehaha County, Lincoln County, and the City of Sioux Falls are partnering…
in Emergency Management
The City of Sioux Falls has greatly improved its ability to respond to disaster incidents through the completion of a year-long emergency preparedness project…
in Fire Rescue