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Mayor and City Council

Randy Maddox
Mayor

City Council

Randy was elected as Mayor in May, 2021. His term expires May of 2024.

Matthew Weller
Council Member Ward 1

City Council

Matt began serving on the Redfield City Council in July of 2021, representing Ward 1. Matt assists with the Street, Water and Sewer department. His term is up May 2026.

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Todd Schwartz
Council Member Ward 1

City Council

Todd began serving on the Redfield City Council May 4, 2020, representing Ward 1. He represents the Council on the Chamber of Commerce board and assists with the Airport. Todd's 4 year term expires May 2024.

Brent Derscheid
Council Member Ward 2

City Council

Brent started serving on the City Council, this year, in 2022, as a representative of Ward 2. He is responsible for the Park & Rec board. Brent's 4 year term expires in May 2026.

Michael Siebrecht
Council Member Ward 2

City Council

Mike began serving on the Council May 7, 2012. He is responsible for the Redfield Rubble Site.  Mike's 4 year term expires May 2024.

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Amy Akin
Council Member Ward 3

City Council

Amy began serving on the Redfield City Council this year, 2022, representing Ward 3. She is responsible for the Low Rent Housing Board and Cemetary Departments.  Amy's 4 year term expires May 2026.

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Frank Schwartz
Council Member Ward 3

City Council

Frank began serving on the Council in 2003. Frank is the President of the Council and is on the Carnegie Library , as well as assists with the Greenlawn Cemetery and Hospital Board.  Frank's 4 year term expires May 2024.

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Joe Morrissette
Council Member Ward 4

City Council

Joe Morrissette began serving on the Council May 7, 2012. He is on the Finance and Insurance Committee, Hospital Board and is the Senior Citizens' representative.  Joe's  4 year term expires May 2024.

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Jessi Lewis
Council Member Ward 4

City Council

Jessi began serving on the Redfield City Council in May 2018.  He is the Vice President of the Council and is responsible for the Street, Water, and Sewer as well as the Airport. Jessi's 4 year term expires May 2026.

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The Pheasant Capital of the World®

Redfield is the first recorded place in South Dakota to successfully introduce the Chinese Ringneck Pheasant. This lead to the first open season on October 30, 1919.  From Spink County, pheasant hunting grew throughout the state.  Hunters still flock to Redfield to bag their limit.