Board Information

Chapter 49-7A of the South Dakota Codified Laws
1. File with the register of deeds of each county the toll-free telephone number for notification of planned excavation activities in its area; 2. Maintain adequate records documenting compliance; 3. Provide the service at minimum, during normal working hours, on business days; 4. For calls received after normal working hours for the one-call notification center, or on nonbusiness days, provide information for callers which explains emergency notification and excavation procedures; and, 5. Provide a timely method for notifying participating members of the information received regarding proposed excavation activities
Attached to the South Dakota Department of Public Safety for budgetary purposes.
Eleven members appointed by the Governor: 1. One member representing telecommunication companies offering local exchange service to less than fifty thousand subscribers; 2. One member representing telecommunication companies offering local exchange service to fifty thousand or more subscribers; 3. One member representing rural water systems; 4. One member representing rural electric cooperatives; 5. One member representing investor-owned electric utilities; 6. One member representing investor-owned natural gas utilities; 7. One member representing community antenna television; 8. One member representing municipalities; 9. One member representing underground interstate carriers of gas or petroleum; and, 10. Two members representing contractors who perform excavation services.
Term of Appointment:
Staggered 3-year Term for Board Members

Frequency of Meetings:
Quarterly at a minimum but as often as needed.

Are Members Allowed to Call into Meetings:

Contact Info:
Codi Gregg

Mission Statement:
The mission of the South Dakota One Call Board is to prevent damage to underground facilities and promote public safety, through public awareness, education and a cost effective, efficient, dependable one-call service.