Address:839 5th AveBelle Fourche, SD 57717Map & Directions
Services: Responsible for:Commissioners proceedings, agendas, and recordsAccounting records, revenue, and expense reportsVoter registration and electionsBusiness licenses for beer and liquorFigures of taxes for real estate and mobile homesCounty bid letting (business proposals)Managing employee drug and alcohol testing programsPaying county billsButte County Auditor is considered the county welfare office and assists with indigent county burials, involuntary mental committals, utility payment assistance, and medical indigent claims. As a last resort/dire situation, sometimes this office is able to help with rent. For assistance, an application is required to be filled out in its entirety and there is a repayment plan. Each case is diligently researched to make certain any and all options may have been exhausted first.
Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm (MT), Monday - Friday
Eligibility: Open to all Adults Teens Children Families
Documents To Bring: Call for information
Address:90 Sherman StDeadwood, SD 57732Map & Directions
Services: The county may be able to assist with the following: Medical Assistance: for indigent residents of Lawrence County who do not have health insurance or any other means of paying medical bills. Economic Assistance: for rent, utilities, and burials. Rent and utility assistance may be approved once in a 12 month period.
Eligibility: Lawrence County residents 18 years of age and older Adults
Address:1300 Sherman StSturgis, SD 57785Map & Directions
Services: The Auditor's Office is responsible for auditing all accounts and maintaining all financial records in and for Meade County. This includes preparing the annual budget, establishing levies and apportioning of all tax collections. Monthly audits of all cash and cash items in the hands of the County Treasurer and a verification of bank account balances are performed. Annual Financial Reports are prepared indicating the receipts and expenditures, liabilities and equity, and assets of the County.The Auditor is the clerk for the Board of County Commissioners and keeps an accurate record of their official proceedings including the Board of Equalization hearings. The Auditor preserves all documents, books, and records as required by law.The Auditor performs all the duties required by law relative to all County, State and Federal elections held in the County. The Auditor also maintains all records of voter registration and election history.As a last resort (meaning citizens have exhausted all other options), the Auditor's office might be able to provide assistance emergency rental payment situations.