Currently records from the assessors and the treasurers office are available through the online map and through WebTax. Information on real estate sales may be found at on the South Dakota State sales ratio program, click here. Additional records are available, for information on how to obtain these records please visit each office’s page under directory.
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March 26, 2015
Part Time Employment 2 Office Clerks / Fall River County Treasurer’s Office: Must have good organizational and computer skills; the ability to work well with others; good customer service skills; and the ability to lift up to 30 lbs. Two positions are available, both are part-time. Starting wage is $9.50 per hour, no benefits. Open until [...]
March 4, 2015
Assessment Notices were mailed this weekend (Feb 28th-Mar 1st). The following is a list of information you should know about your assessment. First, what is an assessment value? The assessment value is supposed to represent the value you could sell the property for on a fair and open market. (This means the property is properly [...]
February 25, 2015
The Fall River County courthouse is included in ‘Temples of Justice’ a South Dakota Public Broadcasting documentary that looks at the history of South Dakota Courthouses. The program highlights several cities across South Dakota that were in the running to be county seats. Sometimes, the process was anything but civilized. Rivals used bribery, fire and [...]
January 19, 2015
A question that is often asked of courthouse employees during tax season is, “Where is my money going?” Unlike sales and income taxes, property taxes remain within the city and county to provide local services such as schools, fire and ambulance departments, road maintenance, law enforcement, document recording (such as marriage licenses, property deeds, etc), [...]