Engineering

Street Conditions

For the past 20 years, the City has maintained a pavement management system by manually collecting street survey data. We are now taking advantage of state of the art equipment that can increase the consistency and accuracy of the survey data. Utilizing this automated survey technology, we can efficiently survey the pavements in our city.

View Pavement Condition Index Map

Street Construction Street Construction

2016 Street Construction News

This year’s street construction information can be found on a more interactive map. The map shows the major construction projects with updates on the progress of the construction. The map also shows actual still video shots of the traffic in and around the city to help you determine your routes on a daily basis. The photos are updated every 15 minutes.

Street Construction

Traffic Traffic

Traffic Counts

The latest traffic volume counts are now available in the 2015 Traffic Count Book.

Traffic Count Book

Railroad Relocation Project

Welcome to the City of Sioux Falls’ website for the Downtown Sioux Falls Rail Yard Redevelopment Project. This site is the source for information related to the redevelopment of 10-acres of land purchased from the BNSF Railway in 2015. We encourage you to review the project materials and offer your comments, suggestions and input via our e-comment form found in the Feedback section.

Downtown Sioux Falls Rail Yard Redevelopment

What We Do

The Engineering Division is responsible for directing or performing all engineering work associated with planning, design, and construction administration of all municipal public works improvement projects.

River Levels Management News Conference

The City of Sioux Falls plays an active role in the management of river flows through the city. When the Big Sioux River enters the city, it is split into two channels—the historic river channel flowing west of the Sioux Falls Regional Airport and the diversion channel flowing east of the airport. The amount of flow directed down each of these waterways is managed by the City of Sioux Falls with assistance from the United States Army Corps of Engineers.