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DEPUTY- Jennifer Konechne

Brule County Highway Department maintains approximately 520 miles:
90 miles of oil roads and 430 miles of gravel roads plus 14 bridges.
The Highway Department is responsible for blading, graveling, culverts, approaches, backsloping, tree removal(in county right away), resealing oil roads, patching, signing, mowing, rebuild gravel roads, snow removal, sanding(designated areas), and bridge repair.
Brule County Highway Department also maintains the noxious weed & pest control program

-Weed Controlon approximately 520 miles (1040 of Brule County right-of -way).
  full spray (county ditches)
-Spot spray (county ditches)
-Handle weed complaints & Monitor all land in Brule County
-Check complaints & send out voluntary compliance notices
-Enforce noxious weed control (when necessary) 

Brule County Highway Department alson maintains 911 addressing:

-Give and deliver addresses to new dwellings
-Maintains all 911 street & avenue signs



regular hours: 8:00am to 4:30pm (M-F)
daylight savings hour: 7:00 am to 5:30 am (M-T)



Brule County Highway Department
200 E. Votman St.
Kimball, SD 57355

Phone: (605)778-6259
Cell:    (605)730-0068
Fax:    (605)778-6701


NOTE:  Things that need Highway Superintendents approval:

  • anything involving County right-of-ways 
  •  trenching across or under County roads  



Due to the excessive rainfall in 2019, the roads in Brule County are extremely soft due to the standing water, saturated soil and the frost coming out of the ground. Please restrict heavy loads on our roads. Brule County has already had some roads that have been damaged severely and this limits emergency services to the residences along these roads, along with normal traffic and it is very costly to repair these areas. It is also unknown when it will be able to be repaired.



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