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Civil Rights

Spink County Transit Inc provides services without regard to race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age or disability, according to the provisions contained in SDCL 20-13. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 and Executive Order 12898, Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations, 1994.

To request additional information on Spink County Transit's title VI/Nondiscrimination policy or to file a discrimination complaint, please contact the Director of the Spink County Transit Inc at 605-472-1552 or in person at 728 Main Street, Redfield, SD 57469 to fill out a complaint form. Or contact the South Dakota Department of Transportation at 605-772-3540.  A written complaint can also be initiated by writing to:

Spink County Transit Inc                                 [ Complaint Form ]
728 Main Street
Redfield SD 57469

Spink County Transit Inc. is a qualified 501 C3 entity over seen by an Advisory Board.  The term office is for 3 years with no limit on the number of terms a member may serve.   

Advisory Board members: Larry Eldeen, Theresa Hodges, Adam Hansen, Amy Hermann, Kristen Kochekian

Advisory Board Meetings: Board meetings are held quarterly at the Golden Days Senior Center

Contact the Director at 605-472-1552 for information on meeting dates, to be listed on the agenda, or to contact an Advisory Board member.


Golden Days Senior Center & Spink County Transit Inc
Lisa Manning, Director
728 Main Street  -  Redfield, SD 57469
(605) 472-1552   -  FAX: (605) 472-2069
lisaamanning@nvc.net

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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.