Now taking Applications for Lifeguards and Pool Manager for the 2018 Pool Season. Certification Required (will reimburse successful candidates)
Call the office for details and an application or download here.
Wakonda City Park
Reserve for your family and fun gatherings
Location:111 Ohio Street
Office hours: Wednesday and Thursday8 - 1PM
Friday12:30 to 6:30
Telephone: 605-267-3118 Leave a message during non-open times.
Location: 217 Ohio Street
Office hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 - 4PMTelephone: 605-359-4604
SUMMER Office Hours : Wednesday & Thursday 8am - 1pm
Friday 12:30 - 6:30
Phone: 605-267-3118 * email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING OF APPLICATIONS FOR SALE OF
MALT/LIQUOR BEVERAGE LICENSE TRANSFER NOTICE IS HEREEBY GIVEN THAT: Public Hearing will be held May 4th at 2pm prior to regular meeting.
FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO ADMINISTRATION PAGE
City Operating Information
Home of the EAGLES
Sports schedules for boys and girls athletics
NEW KIDS GAMES
Check out the interactive Kids Games located on the "About" page
It’s important to our town to patronize our local business. In doing so, it keeps our town alive and vital.
Planning on building?
Check out the Town Administration page.... online access to Wakonda Planning and Zoning Regulations as well as Wakonda's Town Ordinance's.
Call contact the town office (at 605-267-3118) with any questions.
Wakonda Community Club Happenings
2018 Annual Dues are due.
See community page for details.
Wakonda Heritage Happenings
Wakonda Town Clean-up
Saturday May 5th
Have your items at the curb by 8am
WE WILL NOT PICK UP THE FOLLOWING:
Pesticides, Hazmat, Tires or Household Waste (garbage)
Lifeguard positions are filled for the 2018 pool season
Getting Ready for Summer
LOST & FOUND
Sump Pumps: According to City Ordinance 8.0304; it is UNLAWFUL to pump (via sump pump) ground or storm water into the city sanitary sewer.
Please make sure that your sump pump is piped to the outside of you home.
IF IT IS NOT YOU NEED TO MAKE THIS CHANGE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
This additional water going into the sanitary sewer overloads our pumps, which in turn adds to operating costs and can result in hydraulic overloads of the sanitary sewer. When the sewer lines become overloaded, sewage can back up unto homes and businesses.
The city will be conducting random inspections. Anyone found to be in violation could be fined.
8.0304 Use of the Public Sewers. No person(s) shall discharge or cause to be discharged by sump pump or other means any unpolluted waters such as storm water, exterior foundation drains, area way drains, down spouts, surface water, groundwater, roof runoff, subsurface drainage or cooling water to any sewer, or drain which in turn is connected directly or indirectly to a public sanitary sewer. Storm water runoff from limited areas, which storm water may be polluted at times, may be discharged to the sanitary sewer by permission of the Town. (to see more go to Town Administration page and click on the Ordinance link)
8.0306 Powers and Authority of Inspectors. The Town representative or authorized designee shall be permitted to enter all properties upon reasonable notice for the purposes of inspection, observation, measurement, sampling, and testing pertinent to utility service to the community system in accordance with the provisions of this Title.
Rent the Legion Hall
Have a large gathering ?
Don't hassle with the clean-up afterwards!
Friends of the Wakonda Pool