March 3, 2024

Treasurer

Contact information at bottom of page.

Services – Real Property Tax:

Elderly & Disabled Assessment Freeze explanation (deadline is April 1, 2024application and 2024 Relief programs overview

Real Estate Tax Information
Real Estate Tax Look-up
Mill Levy 2023 pay 2024
Report 2023 – Taxes, Taxable Value, and Mill Levies
Delinquent Tax List

Services – Vehicles:

2023 License Plate Announcement information

Motor Vehicle Information
On-line Vehicle Registration Renewals
Personalized License Plates FAQ

Property Tax 101 -this document was published by the state Department of Revenue and explains the assessment and tax process.

Hours

Vehicle License and Titles: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Payments
The Fall River County Treasurer’s office can accept payment in the form of credit card, debit card, cash, check, or money order.

Records
Searchable records online are available through the WebTax Website or the Online Map.

Mission
The Treasurer’s Office provides taxpayers the best possible services to meet the needs of Fall River County.  The Treasurer’s Office is solely responsible and accountable for revenue collected by all county offices.  These funds are deposited, invested and appropriated to the correct revenue account.

In addition to collecting taxes and other forms of revenue, the Treasurer’s office issues distress warrants requested by the State of South Dakota, applies liens requested by the South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation, processes Elderly Freeze Property Tax requests, publishes delinquent tax information, and collects special assessment monies for other taxing entities.

Treasurer:  Teresa Pullen
Deputy Treasurer: Kathy Timmins
Deputy Treasurer: Chaela Holmes
Administrative Assistant: Janell Reitz
Administrative Assistant: Sam Kipp

906 N. River St.
Hot Springs, SD  57747
Phone: (605) 745-5145
Fax:  (605) 745-3530
[email protected]

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