Town of

Wakonda, SD

2019 TOWN BUDGET

Now Accepting Debit & Credit Cards ! !

​(see below for details)

Office Hours: Wed & Thurs 8am to 1pm

                        Friday 12:30 - 6:30


Now Accepting Debit and


Credit Cards!


  Your City Transactions can now be paid with your Debit or Credit Card!

  If you pay in person we have a point of purchase scanner. 

  Pay by phone or email, please fill out the back/bottom portion of your      water bill, or download the form here: prior to transactions.

  A 5$ processing fee will be 

  added to all transactions.




TOWN OF WAKONDA BOARD
June 3, 2019
REGULAR MEETING

The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees for the Town of Wakonda, South Dakota was held in the council room at the Town Office located at 111 Ohio St. on the 3rd day of June 2019, 7:00 p.m. members present: Mohr, Hackett & Nelson, Maintenance Supervisor Anderson, Pool Manager Anderson, Code Enforcement Officer Sorensen and Finance Officer Andresen Visitor(s): Lisa  Jensen, Chad Andersen

The Town  goal for 2019 is for town beautification.


Code Enforcement
It has been brought to the Board’s attention that there are several residents that are burning trash and leaves. Wakonda has a “No Burning” Code: 3.0102 Section H.
The fine schedule will be as follows: First fine is $50, with no compliance the next month’s fine will double to $100. With no compliance the following months will double in cost, $200, $400, $800 and so on.
Plans were made with Mike Pollman for two houses to be demolished and hauled away, during the last two weeks of June.
ALL DOGS MUST BE LICENSED WITH THE TOWN BY JULY 15TH. A FINE OF $50 WILL GO ON YOUR JULY WATER BILL. Going further, barking, loose and roaming dog complaints, the owners will be cited.

American Legion 100th Anniversary   
Open container has been granted for Saturday July 13, to encompass the whole town.

Street Dance
Chad Andersen asked the town for permission to hold a Street Dance Saturday July 13. He will block off 1st street from Ohio to Montana Streets.

Street Repair
Maintenance Supervisor Anderson will be requesting bids to repair the following roads:  Montana, Dakota, Ohio, and 4th Street.

CornStock
will be borrowing the liquor license from the Legion on Saturday July 27th. The town has granted open container be allowed throughout the city limits for Saturday only.

The Library
will be holding a Summer Reading Program. Upon completion of the program, there will be a party at the Wakonda pool. Details to follow.

ACTION 19 – 8
Motion by Nelson, seconded Hackett to pay the
following bills: (For more detailed information
about the bills, contact the finance officer.)

GENERAL FUND
SALARIES                                            2,444.12  
POOL PAYROLL                                     2,835.03     
EFTPS                                                 1,120.16                                               
SDRS                                                      624.76
SIGNARAMA                                        1,450.00
HAUFF MID AMERICAN SPORTS            911.00
LAWSON PRODUCTS                               43.35
CINDY SORENSEN                                 315.76
CLAY UNION ELECTRIC                         891.00
KIM JOHNSON                                        149.10
MARC                                                     641.90
MARVIN WALZ                                        120.00
FIRST NATIONAL BANK                       5,338.30
FIRST PREMIER CC                                349.49
GO DADDY                                               36.18            
INTUIT                                                      31.80
MENARDS                                              293.81
NAPA                                                      206.97
NATIONAL BAND&TAG                             54.77
POLLMAN EXCAVATION                         412.50
T.O. WAKONDA                                        62.65
US BANK                                             4,154.00
VAST                                                        66.26                                               WATER & SEWER FUND
SALARIES                                              1,994.56
CRWS                                                     3,810.00           
CLAY UNION ELECT.                                 354.18
DAKOTA PUMP                                          676.02
SD DEPT OF HEALTH                                168.00
VAST                                                           50.83                                            
There being no further business, meeting adjourned. Next Meeting July 8th at 7pm.

Town of Wakonda
 Proposed 2019 Budget
 January through December 2019

Ordinance Violation Questions:

 call the City Hall for forms and questions. 267-3118
































Proposed Map for Sidewalks


   Option 1 is the blue line

   Option 2 is the green line




Grant for sidewalks are available through Welmark Blue Cross & Blue Shield as well as SDDOT.



605-267-3118  *  townofwakonda@gmail.com

​TOWN OF WAKONDA BOARD
July 8, 2019
REGULAR MEETING

The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees for the Town of Wakonda, South Dakota was held in the council room at the Town Office located at 111 Ohio St. on the 8th day of July 2019, 7:00 p.m. members present: Mohr, Hackett & Nelson, Maintenance Supervisor Anderson, Pool Manager Anderson, Code Enforcement Officer Sorensen and Finance Officer Andresen Visitor(s): Audrey Larson, Leslie Mastroianni (SECOG) Robin Stockland, Wakonda Heritage Manor.

 The Town  goal for 2019 is for town beautification.

Drainage on Dakota Street 
Audrey Larson asked the board to address the drainage or lack there of on Dakota St. She was informed that this is on the schedule to correct once things dry up.

Code Enforcement
It has been brought to the Board’s attention that there are several residents that are burning trash and leaves. Wakonda has a “No Burning” Code: 3.0102 Section H.
The fine schedule will be as follows: First fine is $50, with no compliance the next month’s fine will double to $100. With no compliance the following months will double in cost, $200, $400, $800 and so on.
ALL DOGS MUST BE LICENSED WITH THE TOWN BY JULY 15TH. A FINE OF $50 WILL GO ON YOUR JULY WATER BILL. Going further, barking, loose and roaming dog complaints, the owners will be cited.

American Legion 100th Anniversary   
Open container has been granted for Saturday July 13, to encompass the whole town.

Street DanceChad Andersen asked the town for permission to hold a Street Dance Saturday July 13. He will block off 1st street from Ohio to Montana Streets.

Street Repair
Maintenance Supervisor Anderson will be requesting bids to repair the following roads:  Montana, Dakota, Ohio, and 4th Street.

CornStock
will be borrowing the liquor license from the Legion on Saturday July 27th. The town has granted open container be allowed throughout the city limits for Saturday only.

Pool
School Starts 8/14 the pool will be open until starting of classes then on weekends until Memorial Day.

Heritage Manor
Leslie and Robin attended to inform the Board that the Manor is seeking grant funds to upgrade the facilities. The funds and paperwork will be generated through the town  on their behalf.

ACTION 19 – 9
Motion by Nelson, seconded Hackett to pay the
following bills: (For more detailed information
about the bills, contact the finance officer.)

GENERAL FUND
SALARIES                                            2,444.12  
POOL PAYROLL                                     4,020.68     
EFTPS                                                 1,946.92                                                    
SDRS                                                      629.56
BUTCH’S PROPANE                               352.07
C&B OPERATIONS                                 144.00
CITY OF VERMILLION                             221.35
CLAY COUNTY SHERIFF                     3,750.00
CLAY UNION ELECTRIC                         864.11
FISHER DISPOSAL                                   60.00
HAWKINS                                               687.36
LYLE SIGNS                                              113.51
NELSEN ELECTRIC                                551.00
NUTRIEN AG                                           674.25
GO DADDY                                               36.18            
INTUIT                                                      31.80
MENARDS                                              176.83
NAPA                                                        13.21
ORR FARM SUPPLY                                 93.14
PASQUE GARDEN CLUB                        380.00
SD ASSOC OF RURAL WATER SYS        370.00
SHRED-IT                                               430.83
SIGNARAMA                                        1,529.48
T.O. WAKONDA                                        62.65
US POST OFFICE                                   120.00
VAST                                                        66.26
YANKTON JANITORIAL                            98.95
YANKTON WINNELSON                            95.04
                                                                                           
WATER & SEWER FUND
SALARIES                                              1,994.56
CRWS                                                     4,044.00           
CLAY UNION ELECT.                                 289.32
DAKOTA SUPPLY                                      441.44
SD DEPT OF HEALTH                                  76.00
VAST                                                           46.79                                               

There being no further business, meeting adjourned. Next Meeting August 5th at 7 PM.​