October 27, 2020

County Commissioners


District 1: Arthur Hopkins
District 2: Anna Takes The Shield
District 3: Ramon Bear Runner
District 4: Wendell Yellow Bull
District 5: Eugenio White Hawk

Commissioner Biographies

Next Meeting Time:  

The next regular meeting of the Commission will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, November 6, 2020, in the Third Floor Meeting Room, Fall River County Courthouse, in Hot Springs.


October 14, 2020 Agenda                                                                     October 14, 2020 packet


The Commission regularly meets at 1:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month in the upper level meeting room of the courthouse located in Hot Springs.

Agendas are finalized 24 hours prior to the meeting and will then be posted on the website.  Contact the Auditor at 605-745-5130 by Wednesday at 4:00 pm (the week of the meeting), if you have an item to add to the agenda.

To contact the commissioners via email, send an email to the county auditor at [email protected]

Recent Meeting Minutes:

Archives for prior year minutes: 2020, 2019, 2018, 20172016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, and 2010 – 2011

Audit Reports

County Policy Manual

The Oglala Lakota County Commissioners are currently developing an Employee Handbook. While it is still a work in progress and not to be construed as a final document, the draft may be viewed at the following link. Policy Manual


Each county has a board of 3-5 Commissioners who are elected to a 4 year term.  They are responsible for the oversight of every service that each county office provides.  In general, County Commissioners are responsible for the spending of  the taxpayers dollars; the approval of county office budgets; and as a board of equalization, to equalize the assessment roll of the county in the manner provided by law; to superintend the fiscal concerns of the county and secure their management in the best possible manner; to regulate the transaction of business in alcoholic beverages; to make ordinances; and zoning, solid waste and water management along with a host of other issues that arise affecting the county.



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