City of Spearfish Response to COVID-19

Statement from Spearfish Mayor Dana Boke:

Greetings, citizens of Spearfish,

I hope this message finds you safe. I know that we are navigating uncharted, ever-changing waters as we learn more about the current situation related to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, and I want you to know that the City is staying informed and up-to-date on all of the latest information from the State Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control.

This page has been developed to help you, Spearfish residents, connect with resources and keep up-to-date on the latest information in our community.

Check out the latest updates from the City in the News Flash category, to the right; helpful links to various agencies, below; and forms for people in need of assistance or looking to help, on the tabs below. City staff will connect you with resources!

We will continue to keep this page updated as changes occur. Thank you for staying engaged during this disruptive time!

Sincerely, Spearfish Mayor Dana Boke

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  1. Need Assistance?
  2. Looking to help?

Do you or someone you know need non-emergency assistance related to the COVID-19 epidemic and you don’t know where to turn? 

Please fill out this form and someone will reach out to you with the information you need.

Want to help?
Donate Blood

Local health officials have asked that people consider donating blood.

The next blood drive in Spearfish is October 12. Click here if you’d like to make an appointment.