Clark County
Clerk of Courts
200 N Commercial St
Clark, SD 57225
605-532-5851
*The Clerk of Courts in each county maintains the official files on all cases brought before the court.  Clerks of Court are also empowered to act as lay magistrates if so appointed.  This office also deals with matters including child support and restitution, fines, small claims, divorces, civil court, adoption and passports.

Register of Deeds
200 N Commercial St.
Clark, SD 57225
605-532-5363
*The county Register of Deeds issues and files marriage licenses, birth and death certificates, burial permits, real estate transactions (including deeds, mortgages and mortgage transfers), federal and state tax liens, state unemployment tax, military discharge records, businesses and new business.  The Register of Deeds is also responsible for recording all liens, cancel liens, survey plat certificates and county welfare liens.  The Register of Deeds is the official county record keeper.

Auditor
200 N Commercial St.
Clark, SD 57225
605-532-5921
*The Auditor is responsible for commissioner’s proceedings, agendas and records, accounting records, revenue and expense reports, voter registration and elections.  Businesses apply for beer and liquor licenses with the Auditor.  The Auditor also figures real estate and mobile home taxes and handles county bid lettings.  In many cases, the Auditor also manages medical indigent 
claims and employee drug and alcohol testing programs.  The Auditor and Treasurer work in conjunction to pay county bills.

Treasurer
200 N Commercial St. 
Clark, SD 57225
605-532-5911
*The Treasurer is the collector of taxes and has the duty to receive all money belonging to the county from whatever source (taxes, fines, etc.).  The Treasurer maintains accounting records and is responsible for issuing motor vehicle registration and licenses along with reporting them to the SD Department of Motor Vehicles.  Treasurers also issue game and fish licenses and permits and may appoint agents within their county for the same purpose.

State Attorney
200 N Commercial St.
Clark, SD 57225
605-532-3712 or 605-532-3805
*The States Attorney, elected by the voters of each country, appears in all courts of the county to prosecute or defend on behalf of the state or county, all actions or proceedings, civil or criminal, in which the state or county is interested or a part.

Codington County
Clerk of Courts
14 1st Ave SE
Watertown, SD 57201
605-882-5095
*The Clerk of Courts in each county maintains the official files on all cases brought before the court.  Clerks of Court are also empowered to act as lay magistrates if so appointed.  This office also deals with matters including child support and restitution, fines, small claims, divorces, civil court, adoption and passports.

Register of Deeds
14 1st Ave SE
Watertown, SD 57201
605-882-6278
*The county Register of Deeds issues and files marriage licenses, birth and death certificates, burial permits, real estate transactions (including deeds, mortgages and mortgage transfers), federal and state tax liens, state unemployment tax, military discharge records, businesses and new business.  The Register of Deeds is also responsible for recording all liens, cancel liens, survey plat certificates and county welfare liens.  The Register of Deeds is the official county record keeper.

Auditor
14 1st Ave SE
Watertown, SD 57201
605-882-6297
*The Auditor is responsible for commissioner’s proceedings, agendas and records, accounting records, revenue and expense reports, voter registration and elections.  Businesses apply for beer and liquor licenses with the Auditor.  The Auditor also figures real estate and mobile home taxes and handles county bid lettings.  In many cases, the Auditor also manages medical indigent claims and employee drug and alcohol testing programs.  The Auditor and Treasurer work in conjunction to pay county bills.

Treasurer
14 1st Ave SE
Watertown, SD 57201
605-882-6285
*The Treasurer is the collector of taxes and has the duty to receive all money belonging to the county from whatever source (taxes, fines, etc.).  The Treasurer maintains accounting records and is responsible for issuing motor vehicle registration and licenses along with reporting them to the SD Department of Motor Vehicles.  Treasurers also issue game and fish licenses and permits and may appoint agents within their county for the same purpose.

State Attorney
14 1st Ave SE
Watertown, SD 57201
605-882-6276
*The States Attorney, elected by the voters of each country, appears in all courts of the county to prosecute or defend on behalf of the state or county, all actions or proceedings, civil or criminal, in which the state or county is interested or a part.

Deuel County
Clerk of Courts
408 4th St.
Clear Lake, SD 57226
605-874-2120
*The Clerk of Courts in each county maintains the official files on all cases brought before the court.  Clerks of Court are also empowered to act as lay magistrates if so appointed.  This office also deals with matters including child support and restitution, fines, small claims, divorces, civil court, adoption and passports.

Register of Deeds
408 4th St.
Clear Lake, SD 57226
605-874-2268 
*The county Register of Deeds issues and files marriage licenses, birth and death certificates, burial permits, real estate transactions (including deeds, mortgages and mortgage transfers), federal and state tax liens, state unemployment tax, military discharge records, businesses and new business.  The Register of Deeds is also responsible for recording all liens, cancel liens, survey plat certificates and county welfare liens.  The Register of Deeds is the official county record keeper.

Auditor
408 4th St.
Clear Lake, SD 57226
605-874-2312
*The Auditor is responsible for commissioner’s proceedings, agendas and records, accounting records, revenue and expense reports, voter registration and elections.  Businesses apply for beer and liquor licenses with the Auditor.  The Auditor also figures real estate and mobile home taxes and handles county bid lettings.  In many cases, the Auditor also manages medical indigent claims and employee drug and alcohol testing programs.  The Auditor and Treasurer work in conjunction to pay county bills.

Treasurer
408 4th St. 
Clear Lake, SD 57226
605-874-2483
*The Treasurer is the collector of taxes and has the duty to receive all money belonging to the county from whatever source (taxes, fines, etc.).  The Treasurer maintains accounting records and is responsible for issuing motor vehicle registration and licenses along with reporting them to the SD Department of Motor Vehicles.  Treasurers also issue game and fish licenses and permits and may appoint agents within their county for the same purpose.

State Attorney
408 4th St.
Clear Lake, SD 57226
605-874-2840
*The States Attorney, elected by the voters of each country, appears in all courts of the county to prosecute or defend on behalf of the state or county, all actions or proceedings, civil or criminal, in which the state or county is interested or a part.

Grant County
Clerk of Courts
210 E 5th Ave
Milbank, SD 57252
605-432-5482
*The Clerk of Courts in each county maintains the official files on all cases brought before the court.  Clerks of Court are also empowered to act as lay magistrates if so appointed.  This office also deals with matters including child support and restitution, fines, small claims, divorces, civil court, adoption and passports.

Register of Deeds
210 E 5th Ave
Milbank, SD 57252
605-432-4752
*The county Register of Deeds issues and files marriage licenses, birth and death certificates, burial permits, real estate transactions (including deeds, mortgages and mortgage transfers), federal and state tax liens, state unemployment tax, military discharge records, businesses and new business.  The Register of Deeds is also responsible for recording all liens, cancel liens, survey plat certificates and county welfare liens.  The Register of Deeds is the official county record keeper.

Auditor
210 E 5th Ave
Milbank, SD 57252
605-432-6711
*The Auditor is responsible for commissioner’s proceedings, agendas and records, accounting records, revenue and expense reports, voter registration and elections.  Businesses apply for beer and liquor licenses with the Auditor.  The Auditor also figures real estate and mobile home taxes and handles county bid lettings.  In many cases, the Auditor also manages medical indigent claims and employee drug and alcohol testing programs.  The Auditor and Treasurer work in conjunction to pay county bills.

Treasurer
210 E 5th Ave
Milbank, SD 57252
605-432-5651
*The Treasurer is the collector of taxes and has the duty to receive all money belonging to the county from whatever source (taxes, fines, etc.).  The Treasurer maintains accounting records and is responsible for issuing motor vehicle registration and licenses along with reporting them to the SD Department of Motor Vehicles.  Treasurers also issue game and fish licenses and permits and may appoint agents within their county for the same purpose.

State Attorney
210 E 5th Ave
Milbank, SD 57252
605-432-7500
*The States Attorney, elected by the voters of each country, appears in all courts of the county to prosecute or defend on behalf of the state or county, all actions or proceedings, civil or criminal, in which the state or county is interested or a part.

Hamlin County
Clerk of Courts
350 4th St. #2
Hayti, SD 57241
605-783-3751
*The Clerk of Courts in each county maintains the official files on all cases brought before the court.  Clerks of Court are also empowered to act as lay magistrates if so appointed.  This office also deals with matters including child support and restitution, fines, small claims, divorces, civil court, adoption and passports.

Register of Deeds
300 4th St. 
Hayti, SD 57241
605-783-3206
*The county Register of Deeds issues and files marriage licenses, birth and death certificates, burial permits, real estate transactions (including deeds, mortgages and mortgage transfers), federal and state tax liens, state unemployment tax, military discharge records, businesses and new business.  The Register of Deeds is also responsible for recording all liens, cancel liens, survey plat certificates and county welfare liens.  The Register of Deeds is the official county record keeper.

Auditor
300 4th St.
Hayti, SD 57241
605-783-3201
*The Auditor is responsible for commissioner’s proceedings, agendas and records, accounting records, revenue and expense reports, voter registration and elections.  Businesses apply for beer and liquor licenses with the Auditor.  The Auditor also figures real estate and mobile home taxes and handles county bid lettings.  In many cases, the Auditor also manages medical indigent claims and employee drug and alcohol testing programs.  The Auditor and Treasurer work in conjunction to pay county bills.

Treasurer
300 4th St.
Hayti, SD 57241
605-783-3441
*The Treasurer is the collector of taxes and has the duty to receive all money belonging to the county from whatever source (taxes, fines, etc.).  The Treasurer maintains accounting records and is responsible for issuing motor vehicle registration and licenses along with reporting them to the SD Department of Motor Vehicles.  Treasurers also issue game and fish licenses and permits and may appoint agents within their county for the same purpose.

State Attorney
300 4th St.
Hayti, SD 57241
605-854-3378
*The States Attorney, elected by the voters of each country, appears in all courts of the county to prosecute or defend on behalf of the state or county, all actions or proceedings, civil or criminal, in which the state or county is interested or a part.