1. Windmill Drive/Sandstone Hills intersection closure update

    Traffic restrictions will continue to take place along Windmill Drive and at the Sandstone Hills Drive intersection until late Friday, September 30. The water main break has been repaired and the area has been mostly backfilled. Read on...
  2. South Canyon Street to re-open Oct. 1

    South Canyon Street, south of the Spearfish City Campground, is scheduled to reopen on Saturday, October 1. Motorists using this route are reminded to abide by the set speed limits in the area. Read on...
  3. City receives grant from Spearfish Community Foundation to complete rec path wayfinding project

    The Spearfish Community Foundation (SCF) is providing a $10,319 grant to the City to complete the wayfinding project on the rec path from Salem Park north to Evans Park and from City Park east to Exit 14. Read on...
  4. Reminder: Avoid illegal dumping

    The Spearfish Police Department reminds everyone private trash receptacles and dumpsters, whether commercial or residential, are not for public use. When people use these receptacles without permission, this illegal dumping constitutes theft. Read on...
  5. Happy start to the school year! Spearfish PD reminds everyone to be alert near school zones

    Students and teachers soon will be celebrating the first day of school in Spearfish public schools. To ensure a safe start to the school year, the Spearfish Police Department reminds motorists and pedestrians to be alert near school zones. Read on...
  6. Spearfish moves to Code Green (enhanced voluntary water conservation) status

    The City is moving to Code Green Water Conservation status, which encourages residents to more stringently practice conservation in the everyday use of water. The Young Well being down for repairs is driving the need for enhanced conservation efforts. Read on...
  7. Splash pad at Heritage Park to close temporarily until well repair complete

    The splash pad at Heritage Park will be turned off temporarily as part of the efforts to conserve water while awaiting the repair of the City’s Young Well. Read on...

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