This is an important link that shows the positive cases and where they are.
Small Business Administration help for those impacted by closures
Ordinances being considered by the Clark City Council on May 4, 2020:
Chief Jeremy Wellnitz has been appointed as the point of contact for this situation. He will also be putting information on a newly created Facebook page that you can follow 2020 Clark County COVID-19.
Is City Hall Open? How do I pay my water bill?
City Hall is still open but we are asking you to use the drop box located in the east entrance to drop your payment. The drop box is checked frequently so it is safe to use. If you can't find your bill, give us a call at 605-532-5665 and we can tell you the balance due on your account. Payments can be made online by using this link.
My water bill payment will be late because I've been laid off. Will my water be shut off?
We understand this can be a trying time for our residents. If you find yourself in this situation, complete the Application for Waiver of Late Fees Due to COVID-19 Pandemic Layoff to stop late fees from accruing and to work with the Finance Office to create a payment plan to keep your water one. We also suggest contacting ICAP at 605-532-3722 to see if you're eligible for their assistance.
Can I check out a book from the Library?
The Library is open. They ask that you use a hand sanitizer as you enter and leave and wear a mask. Bring your own mask. Call the Library at 605-532-5571 with questions. or message Tara through the Emil M. Larson Library of Clark, SD Facebook page. She is happy to provide curb side delivery. Visit the Library page to learn how to access books online and see which books are available for checkout.
How long is all this going to continue?
Refer to the SD Department of Health FAQ for these types of questions.
Everyone is being asked to take personal responsibility to follow the orders noted above. We will let you know when our offices are once again open to the public.
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The City of Clark is committed to providing our residents with current and accurate information regarding our response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Check back often as this page will be updated as needed.
The City of Clark is expecting all residents and businesses to follow Governor Noem's Executive Orders. Due to the nature of this, everything changes quickly so please go online to covid.sd.gov to stay current.
Read and follow the Govenor's Back to Normal Plan.