Please take note of the following information!
Effective immediately the Redfield City Council has passed the attached amended ordinance.
Business occupancy is now at 50% capacity.
For the health and welfare of the community the federal and state recommendations have been implemented.
CITY HALL IS OPEN!
If you are paying a water bill or just have to drop something off please use the drop box.
We can also take your payments over the phone (605-472-4550) or on-line at NO extra charge.
If you need to come into City Hall masks are highly encouraged to be worn and are provided.
Please use sanitizer provided before entering the building.
** Per Redfield Park and Recreation Policy, no activity will be held when school has been cancelled. This policy will be followed during the current COVID-19 cancellations. When school resumes, our facility will reopen and practice will continue. P&R Facebook Message
** Redfield Carnegie Library is NOW OPEN!
** The Senior Center is planning to open on July 13, 2020. Participants are asked to follow social distancing guidelines (6 feet distance per CDC guidelines).
- Participants not feeling well are asked to stay home.
- Temperatures will be taken before entering the dining room. If a participant has a temperature over 100 degrees, they will be asked to leave.
- Participants are asked to use hand sanitizer upon entering the building.
- We will not require you to wear a mask but if you would like to wear one you may do so.
- We will not be playing cards, having bingo or puzzles, or playing pool.
If you have any questions or concerns you can call 472-1552. Thanks, Lisa
** Spink County Transit - Starting Monday June 8th Spink County Transit will go back to doing all rides. You will still have to wear a mask and if you do not have a mask we can provide one for you. The senior center plans to open July 13th.
Redfield SD: A Great Place to Visit and Live!
"Thank you for your interest in Redfield. On behalf of the City of Redfield, Redfield City Council and myself, we welcome you."
Sincerely, Mayor Jayme Akin