All state offices closed today

Governor Orders Closure of ALL State Government Offices In South Dakota

 

PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Kristi Noem has ordered the closure of state government offices in all South Dakota counties Thursday (today) due to the snowstorm and flooding that continue to impact the state.

 

Only essential personnel within state offices in all counties should report to their work stations.

 

This storm now features blizzard conditions in much of the state. Interstate 90 remains closed from the Wyoming Border to Chamberlain-Oacoma. “No Travel Advisories” have been posted on other highways. Heavy rain has caused flooding in south central and southeast South Dakota with water covering some roads and highways.

 

Officials are monitoring the storm closely. People are being urged not to travel today. It is uncertain when many roads will be reopened.

 

The public is encouraged to continue monitoring updates from state and local governmental entities and the media about the changing weather and road conditions.

 

 

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