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Payment Options: To pay your utility bill using a credit or debit card, we offer three ways - Online, over the phone by calling (866) 480-8552 and identifying the payment for the City of Clark, South Dakota (Pay Location Number 34692) or stop by City Hall in person. A small fee will be applied to your charge. Click here for flier explaining the options in more detail.
You can also sign up for ACH to have your payment pulled directly out of your checking or savings account. Simply complete this form and return to our office. And of course, you can still pay by cash or check in person or use our drop box located in the east entrance of the Ullyot Building. Our office is open 8 am to 12 pm and 1 - 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
City residents are provided with water, sewer and residential garbage service. Bills are ran at the beginning of each month and due by 5 pm on the last day of the month. Bills received after the due date are charged a late fee of $10. A fee of $10 is charged for no meter reading if your meter is not on auto read. Accounts with a late balance on the 15th of the next month will have the water service disconnected. For re-connection, account must be paid current plus a $50 re-connection fees applies. Rates are as follows:
Water: Base rate of $13.50/month plus $5.20 for every 1,000 gallons. The base rate applies to all structures with lines running to them, irrelevant if the water is shut off at the curb.
Our water is purchased and provided by Clark Rural Water System. Learn more about its quality by reviewing this Water Quality Report .
Sewer: Base sewer fee of $14/month for the first 8,000 gallons of waste water plus $13.85/month for Revenue Bond Series 2016 Surcharge plus an additional debt service surcharge of $12/month for a total of $43.85/month. All additional gallons in excess of 8,000 gallons shall be charged at a rate of $1.50 per 1,000 gallons. The debt service surcharges applies to all structures with lines running to them, irrelevant if the water is shut off at the curb.
Garbage: Residential garbage is charged $14.91 per barrel. Each additional barrel is $7.50 plus tax. Garbage is picked up every Friday.
Recycling is encouraged, but not required. You must provide your own container (a recyclable cardboard box works great) and no sorting is necessary. Pick-up is on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month. Click here to learn what is and isn't acceptable to recycle.
Deposit: New accounts are required to complete this application and pay a $100 deposit. Deposit are reviewed every December and if you've had 12 full months of on-time payments, the deposit will be refunded to you.
City residents are supplied electric and natural gas by Northwestern Energy. Call 800-245-6977 to set up service or to contact them with your questions.
Interstate Telecommunications Cooperative, Inc. (ITC) provides the local phone service, internet and cable TV services. ITC can be reached at 800-395-4656. The local office, located at 107 2nd Ave. NW, is open Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Direct TV also provides cable TV to our area. Learn more at http://www.DirecTVDeals.com or call 888-463-7359.
City Dump: City residents are allowed access to the city dump. Click here to see the schedule of items taken, rates and hours.
Library: The Emil M. Larson Library is located in the Ullyot Building at 120 N. Commercial Street. Visit their page for more information.
Med Van: The City offers a medical van service for the elderly and disabled. A small fee applies and appointments are taken at the City Finance Office. For more information, contact the office at (605) 532-5665.
Community Room: The Ullyot Building houses our City Hall and Library but also has a large community room with a kitchen that is managed by the Finance Office. This space can be reserved by calling (605) 532-5665. The fee is $50 plus an additional $50 cleaning/deposit key.