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City of Clark
120 N Commercial St
Clark SD 57225
Phone: (605)532-5665
Fax: (605)532-5668

Office Hours:  Monday - Friday
        8 a.m. - Noon, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Clark Town Hall
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Mayor's Office: (605) 532-3512
Finance Office: (605) 532-5665;
Fax: (605) 532-5668
Sheriff: (605) 532-3822
Fire Department: (605) 532-3113
Pool: (605) 532-3155
Library: (605) 532-5571
The Clark Town Hall, located in the Ullyot Building on North Commercial Street, houses the city library,  community center, conference room and also the city finance office. The City of Clark is governed by Mayor Larry Dreher and six elected city council members. City Council meets the first Monday of every month. Minutes of city council meetings may be found at


Finance Office
Drop off your Northwestern payment, pay or set up your city utilities (water, sewer and garbage), buy a license for your pet, apply for a building permit or schedule a trip on the med van (for elderly citizens). When the office is closed, a drop box is located in the East entrance to drop off a bill payment.
Clark Med Van
Clark Medical Van runs daily. Contact City Hall for appointment at 605-532-5665.Dialysis runs on Monday, Wednesday, & Friday.  Information about Clark City Government may be found at

Community Center

Senior Citizens meet in the Community Center Tuesdays and Fridays. The Community Center is available for rent (donation) for functions and meetings and is equipped with a small microphone system, tables, TV and VCR Cart as well as a kitchen. Contact Lora Lee Henry at 605-532-3330 for information about renting the Center.

In 1998, it was decided that the city would have to replace the old City Hall building. It was to be put to a vote by the City residents. Dr. Glenn Ullyot, who was raised in this community, offered a very generous donation to provide the funds for the New City Hall building. Plans progressed, and the new building opened  in early 1999.

Emil M Larson Library

The library offers a nice selection of books, videos, research tools and has two computers for public use. Open 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday, 1:00 pm to 8 pm Tuesday, & 10 am to 5 pm Friday.

City Police Department
Law enforcement for the city has been contracted to the Clark County Sheriff's Department.  Clark County Sheriff Rob McGraw heads the department, with offices located in the Clark County Courthouse.  Call the Sheriff's Department at 605-532-3822.

Dedication of the new building was June 19th, 1999. A ribbon cutting was held after the program and then refreshments were served in the Senior Citizens Center.  Mr Ullyot passed away in 2002 but his generous donation and support of our community will be remembered forever.  Thank you!
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