Welcome to our web site!
On this home page we'll introduce you to Brule County government and highlight important areas on our site.
Brule County Courthouse
300 S Courtland Street
Chamberlain, SD 57325
figures are from 2010 census
county seat: Chamberlain, SD
Governing a County in an efficient and friendly manner is a significant challenge. It is difficult to get information to the County or out to many people in a short time. This web site is a way to quickly introduce people to the issues facing the County.
We hope you'll find the information you need on this site. We look forward to hearing from you if you have any questions or need further information.
For more information for counties around the state go to SDACO website: www.sdcounties.org
Driverís License Agency will return
on June 16, 2020. It will be by appointment only.
You can call 1-800-952-3696 or 605-773-6883 to schedule an appointment or you can go on dps.sd.gov. Scroll down the page and select Chamberlain and put your name in a time slot that is available.
BRULE COUNTY BURN BAN HAS BEEN REDUCED TO A CONTROLLED BURN SITUATION.
BEFORE YOU BURN CALL AND REPORT THE LOCATION TO THE MITCHELL REGIONAL DISPATCH CENTERS
NON EMERGENCY NUMBER
INDIVIDUAL IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES FROM A BURN THAT GETS OUT OF CONTROL.
EFFECTIVE 5-15, 2020
DISASTER MITIGATION MEETING
Blizzards, tornadoes, and floods are a few of the natural hazards that strike this part of the country. Events like this have the potential of causing thousands of dollars annually in damage to property. To lessen the impact of these disasters in the future, Brule County is beginning the process of updating its current Disaster Mitigation Plan.
A series of meetings will be held to obtain input as the plan is developed. These meetings are open to everyone. If you have an idea about what can be done to prepare for future disaster events occurring in Brule County, you are urged to attend the meetings.
The first meeting will be held via Zoom meeting on February 18 at 1:00 PM. Agenda items for the initial meeting include a discussion of hazard mitigation concepts, a review of the countyís current disaster mitigation plan, and identification and profiling of the hazards that impact the county.
Directions about how to access the meeting can be obtained by contacting the Brule County Emergency Management Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 605 234-3433. You can also contact John Clem at 800-952-3562 or by email at John.Clem@districtiii.org.