State 9-1-1 Coordination
The South Dakota 9-1-1 Coordinator provides local governments in South Dakota with assistance in implementing 9-1-1 emergency telephone systems in their area by addressing statewide issues common to all 9-1-1 systems and providing the information and guidance needed by local jurisdictions to make their endeavor successful.
We invite you to visit our web pages (listed at right) for information regarding South Dakota's 9-1-1 program, the coordination board, surcharge collection, reporting, and distribution. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions or require any assistance.
South Dakota DIMES Training
Recording from January 26, 2016
South Dakota DIMES User's Guide
GIS Educational Webinar Recordings
Recording from January 7, 2015 (.mp4 file)
Recording from January 8, 2015 (.mp4 file)
Recording from April 28, 2015 (.mp4 file)
Recording from September 10, 2015 (.mp4 file)
Recording from July 27, 2016 (.mp4 file)
- South Dakota Request for Proposals (RFP) Emergency Services IP Network
- Responses to questions regarding the ESInet RFP #2228 (.pdf)
- ESInet RFP #2228 Supplemental Information to the Written Inquiries (.pdf)
- South Dakota Request for Proposals (RFP) Statewide Geographic Information System (GIS) Data and Managed Services
- Responses to questions regarding the GIS RFP #2229 (.pdf)
- GIS RFP #2229 Sample Data for the Written Inquires (.zip)
- Disclaimer: The sample GIS data is being provided for general information purposes only and should not be construed as a representative dataset of any one particular local entity or the entire state.
The South Dakota 9-1-1 Coordination Board is taking steps to implement the use of Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG 9-1-1) in South Dakota. The Federal Communications Commision (FCC) produced the above video to explain the benefits of NG 9-1-1 technology. View the 9-1-1 Coordination Master Plan here.
INFORMATION ABOUT REPORTING AND PAYING 911 SURCHARGES IN SOUTH DAKOTA
All businesses selling prepaid wireless services, telecommunications services, wireless services, or Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) services must register with the South Dakota Department of Revenue. The 911 Surcharges are reported and paid directly to the Department of Revenue by using SD EPath. Click here to learn more about 911 emergency surcharge registration and creating an EPath account.