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Yes. It is a petty offense for any person under 18 years of age or younger to be at any public place when not accompanied by the minor’s parent or guardian or an adult designated by the minor’s parent or guardian between: (1) The hours of 10:30 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. of the following day, except on Fridays and Saturdays. (2) The hours of 11:30 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. of the following day on Fridays and Saturdays.
Office hours are Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
The cost is $2 for the life of the bike.
The city tries to hold annual actions for surplus city property. Contact the city manager’s office for further information.
Registration fees are $7 per year for an un-fixed pet and $3 per year for a fixed pet. There is a $55 fine for an unregistered dog or cat.
Block party requests must be made at a City Commission meeting, which are held every Monday night at City Hall, located at 123 South Lincoln Street. Please call the city auditor’s office at (605) 626-7023 to be placed on the agenda.
You can also fill out a Street Use Request Form on our website under "Forms" or also available at the Police Department.
To request a ride-along, please complete and return the Ride-Along Request Form and the Waiver
To request a copy of a police report, please first fill out and submit the Public Record Request Form to the Records Office which is available on our website under "Forms" or at our office. The Records Office will forward your request for reports to the City Attorney for approval for release. No reports can be released for any open and active cases. If your case involves a current arrest or was recently sent to the State’s Attorney’s Office, you may need to contact the State’s Attorney’s Office at (605) 626-7130. To obtain a copy of a vehicle accident report, please call Accident Records at (605) 626-7059. If you have questions regarding release of records, you may call the Records Office at (605) 626-7060.
Fingerprinting is done at the Aberdeen Police Department Records Division by appointment for City Day Care providers: 114 2nd Ave. SE Aberdeen, SD 57401. Please call (605) 626-7995 for an appointment.
Fingerprinting for shoplifting violations and for children’s safety and identification is also available. All other fingerprinting such as for employment purposes is done at the Brown County Sheriff’s Office: 22 Court St. SE Aberdeen, SD 57401, (605) 626-7100.
For presentations on the Northern State University campus, please call (605) 626-2474. For all other presentations, please call (605) 626-7000.
No, at this time we do not exchange patches.
To report someone for not clearing their sidewalk, please call code enforcement at 626-7017.
Commercial Areas: It is unlawful for the owner of any commercial real property to blade or shovel snow from their real property into any street or public ground.
Exception: Property owners in Zone 1 with a zero setback from the sidewalk may shovel or blade snow from the abutting sidewalk into the street prior to the completion of Zone 1 snow removal operations.
To report someone unlawfully blowing, shoveling, or blading snow into the street, please call dispatch at 626-7911.
Street sweeping normally begins toward the end of April and continues until the end date is officially announced. Streets per area are swept once per week on the same day according to the schedule. Street sweeping is now done between the hours of 4:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Please clear the streets for street sweeping so the sweepers can properly clean the streets. For more information, contact the Public Works Department at 626-7010.
Street Sweeping Map
Please visit the emergency alerts section on the home page of the city website or click on Notify Me to sign up for email or cell phone alerts or both. Maps and schedules are available at the Police Department and at the Public Works Department. You may also call the Public Works Department at 626-7010 for a voice recording of snow removal operations at any time. Snow removal announcements are also made on the radio, TV, and in the Aberdeen News as time permits.