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32-11 MOTOR VEHICLE FUNDS
CHAPTER 32-11

MOTOR VEHICLE FUNDS

32-11-1      Repealed.
32-11-2      Use of funds by board of county commissioners--Purchase of road-building equipment--Percentage limitation.
32-11-3, 32-11-4.      Repealed.
32-11-4.1      Distribution of county license fund collections.
32-11-4.2      County road and bridge fund established--Revenues.
32-11-5      Quarterly apportionment of amounts set aside to townships.
32-11-6      Apportionment of funds among townships according to number of miles of maintained roads--Distribution and payment.
32-11-7      Counties with unorganized territory--Use of funds.
32-11-8      Repealed.
32-11-9      Construction of new county roads--Use of township funds.
32-11-10      Repealed.
32-11-11 to 32-11-17.      Repealed.
32-11-18      County treasurer's procedure for remitting funds.
32-11-19      Forwarding to department.
32-11-20 to 32-11-24.      Repealed.
32-11-25      Necessary supplies for compliance.
32-11-26 to 32-11-28.      Repealed.
32-11-29      Amounts credited to state motor vehicle fund--Funds for motorcycle safety education.
32-11-30      Expenses of administration.
32-11-31      Repealed.
32-11-32      Transfer from motor vehicle fund to local government highway and bridge fund--Balance maintained in motor vehicle fund.
32-11-33      Balance maintained in license plate fund--Transfer of excess to local government highway and bridge fund.
32-11-34      Local government highway and bridge fund created--Appropriation.
32-11-35      Apportionment of local government highway and bridge fund.
32-11-36      Local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund created--Purpose--Disposition of unused funds.
32-11-37      Local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund--Apportionment.
32-11-38      Local bridge improvement grant fund created.
32-11-39      Promulgation of rules regarding local bridge improvement grant fund.


32-11-1
     32-11-1.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 249, § 57.


32-11-2 Use of funds by board of county commissioners--Purchase of road-building equipment--Percen...
     32-11-2.   Use of funds by board of county commissioners--Purchase of road-building equipment--Percentage limitation. The funds credited to the county road and bridge fund pursuant to § 32-11-4.2 shall be used by the board of county commissioners for grading, constructing, planing, dragging, and maintaining county highways and also for dragging, maintaining, and grading secondary roads. Proper equipment for dragging, grading, and maintaining highways, such as graders, tractors, drags, maintainers, and planers may be purchased from such county road and bridge fund.

Source: SDC 1939, § 44.0118 as added by SL 1939, ch 170; SL 1949, ch 163, § 2; SL 1977, ch 249, § 57; SL 1992, ch 60, § 2; SL 1999, ch 149, § 3; SL 2000, ch 154, § 1.


32-11-3
     32-11-3, 32-11-4.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 249, § 57.


32-11-4.1 Distribution of county license fund collections.
     32-11-4.1.   Distribution of county license fund collections. All funds collected for motor vehicle licenses in each county shall be distributed in the following manner:
             (1)      Fifty-four percent of all funds collected shall be transmitted to the secretary of revenue and credited to the local government highway and bridge fund;
             (1A)      Twenty-two and one-half percent shall be credited to the county road and bridge fund of the county in which they were collected;
             (2)      Fourteen percent shall be retained by the county and placed in a fund to be known as the special highway fund, which shall be used for the construction, reconstruction, and maintenance of roads and bridges in the county as provided by this section and §§ 32-11-5 to 32-11-9, inclusive. If the county in which funds are collected for motor vehicle licenses has completed the construction of the county highway system, the entire amount in the special highway fund shall be used for township roads, and the board of county commissioners may direct the county auditor to pay the collected amount directly to the townships pursuant to §§ 32-11-6 and 32-11-7;
             (3)      Five percent shall be forwarded to the municipalities within the counties in the following proportions: each municipality within each county shall receive funds in the proportion which the total street mileage of each municipality bears to the total street mileage of all the municipalities within the county. The apportionment shall be made quarterly by the county commissioners at the first meeting in January, April, July, and October. In any county having no municipalities, the five percent collection shall be placed in the county road and bridge fund of the county;
             (4)      One and three-fourths percent shall be credited to the state motor vehicle fund; and
             (5)      One-fourth of one percent shall be credited to the county treasurer fund in the county in which the fees were collected to cover expenses for supplies such as toner, paper, etc.;
             (6)      Two and one-half percent shall be credited to the state license plate special revenue fund.

Source: SDC 1939, § 44.0118 (1); SL 1939, ch 170; SL 1949, ch 163, § 2; SL 1953, ch 226; SDCL § 32-11-4; SL 1977, ch 249, § 50; SL 1984, ch 30, § 45; SL 1985, ch 238, § 5; SL 1985, ch 252, § 4; SL 1987, ch 225, § 1; SL 1994, ch 251, § 2; SL 1999, ch 149, § 2; SL 2007, ch 173, § 14.


32-11-4.2 County road and bridge fund established--Revenues.
     32-11-4.2.   County road and bridge fund established--Revenues. The county road and bridge fund is hereby established for the accounting and safekeeping of highway and bridge funds of the counties for the deposit and receipt of all public moneys usable for county highway and bridge construction, maintenance, and repair. Revenues to be deposited in the fund include:
             (1)      Distribution of funds from the local government highway and bridge fund pursuant to §§ 32-11-34 and 32-11-35;
             (2)      Levies under subdivisions 10-12-9(4) and (6);
             (3)      Levies for the county highway and bridge reserve fund established pursuant to § 10-12-13;
             (4)      Levies for secondary roads in unorganized territory pursuant to § 31-12-27;
             (5)      Levies for the county snow removal and special emergency reserve fund established pursuant to § 34-5-2;
             (6)      Funds collected from motor vehicle licenses and credited to the county pursuant to subdivision 32-11-4.1(1A);
             (7)      Distribution of mobile home license fees pursuant to § 32-5-16.2;
             (8)      Distribution of interstate reciprocity and proportional registration of fleets fees pursuant to § 32-10-35;
             (9)      Proceeds from the wheel tax pursuant to § 32-5A-2;
             (10)      Revenue accruing from the sale of surplus highway equipment to property pursuant to § 6-13-8;
             (11)      Other revenue received by the county for service or work performed by the county highway department under force account or agreement with other entities.
     This section does not affect the deposit and use of the special highway fund for township roads established pursuant to subdivision 32-11-4.1(2).

Source: SL 1999, ch 149, § 1.


32-11-5 Quarterly apportionment of amounts set aside to townships.
     32-11-5.   Quarterly apportionment of amounts set aside to townships. In apportioning the amount set aside to the various civil townships pursuant to § 32-11-4.1, the apportionment shall be made quarterly by the county commissioners at the first meeting in January, April, July, and October, and shall be made as provided by §§ 32-11-6 and 32-11-7.

Source: SDC 1939, § 44.0118 (3); SL 1939, ch 170; SL 1949, ch 163, § 2; SL 1977, ch 249, § 51.


32-11-6 Apportionment of funds among townships according to number of miles of maintained roads--D...
     32-11-6.   Apportionment of funds among townships according to number of miles of maintained roads--Distribution and payment. The amount set aside to the various unorganized and organized civil townships pursuant to §§ 10-47B-149.1, 32-10-35, 32-11-4.1, and 32-11-35 shall be apportioned among the townships according to the number of miles of maintained township roads within the townships, including roads designated as minimum maintenance pursuant to § 31-13-1.1. The county treasurer shall distribute the money to each organized township within the county within thirty days of apportionment. However, an organized township may request in writing that the money remain in the custody of the county treasurer and shall be paid out only on warrants issued by the county auditor in payment of claims for the construction, reconstruction, or maintenance of roads and highways within the township highway system.

Source: SDC 1939, § 44.0118 (3) (a); SL 1939, ch 170; SL 1949, ch 163, § 2; SL 1993, ch 229, § 1; SL 1994, ch 251, § 1; SL 2011, ch 61, § 4; SL 2012, ch 166, § 1.


32-11-7 Counties with unorganized territory--Use of funds.
     32-11-7.   Counties with unorganized territory--Use of funds. If any portion of a county is unorganized territory, the amount that would have gone to the unorganized territory under § 32-11-6, shall be retained by the county and expended by the county upon construction, reconstruction, and maintenance of roads and bridges of the unorganized portion of the county.

Source: SDC 1939, § 44.0118 (3) (b); SL 1939, ch 170; SL 1949, ch 163, § 2; SL 1993, ch 229, § 2; SL 2011, ch 143, § 1.


32-11-8
     32-11-8.   Repealed by SL 1993, ch 229, § 3.


32-11-9 Construction of new county roads--Use of township funds.
     32-11-9.   Construction of new county roads--Use of township funds. If the county highway system is not completed in the county in which funds are collected for motor vehicle licenses, the board of county commissioners may use any portion of the allotment of a township in which a county road is being constructed for the construction of such road, provided the other townships receive their respective allotments of the fourteen percent appropriated for use on the roads of such townships.

Source: SDC 1939, § 44.0118 (2); SL 1939, ch 170; SL 1949, ch 163, § 2; SL 1977, ch 249, § 52.


32-11-10
     32-11-10.   Repealed by SL 1984, ch 12, § 33.


32-11-11
     32-11-11 to 32-11-17.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 249, § 57.


32-11-18 County treasurer's procedure for remitting funds.
     32-11-18.   County treasurer's procedure for remitting funds. The provisions of any existing statute notwithstanding, each county treasurer, in remitting moneys received from the imposition and collection of any tax, license, fee, or permit, imposed under the provisions of this title, upon any motor vehicle and motor carrier, to the proper officers of state government, shall be governed by and shall follow the procedure prescribed by § 32-11-19.

Source: SL 1961, ch 241; SL 1984, ch 30, §§ 46-50.


32-11-19 Forwarding to department.
     32-11-19.   Forwarding to department. The county treasurer shall forward to the Department of Revenue all applications for registration, reregistration, transfer, license, permit, and duplicate number plates, at such time as required by law.

Source: SL 1961, ch 241; SL 2004, ch 17, § 127; SL 2011, ch 1 (Ex. Ord. 11-1), § 161, eff. Apr. 12, 2011.


32-11-20
     32-11-20 to 32-11-24.   Repealed by SL 1984, ch 30, §§ 46 to 50.


32-11-25 Necessary supplies for compliance.
     32-11-25.   Necessary supplies for compliance. The Department of Revenue shall provide all necessary supplies required under the provisions of §§ 32-11-18 and 32-11-19.

Source: SL 1961, ch 241; SL 1984, ch 30, §§ 46-50; SL 2004, ch 17, § 128; SL 2011, ch 1 (Ex. Ord. 11-1), § 161, eff. Apr. 12, 2011.


32-11-26
     32-11-26 to 32-11-28.   Repealed by SL 1977, ch 249, § 57.


32-11-29 Amounts credited to state motor vehicle fund--Funds for motorcycle safety education.
     32-11-29.   Amounts credited to state motor vehicle fund--Funds for motorcycle safety education. The following fees:
             (1)      Fees collected under §§ 32-3-57, 32-5-99, 32-5-111, and 32-7A-14.1;
             (2)      The two percent of motor vehicle license collections referred to in § 32-11-4.1; and
             (3)      The title fees collected under § 32-3-27;
shall be credited to the state motor vehicle fund. All revenues not appropriated from the special revenue fund established by § 32-5-10.2 shall remain in the fund for the next fiscal year and be used solely for purposes of motorcycle safety courses and motorcycle safety education.

Source: SL 1953, ch 250, § 1; SL 1955, ch 188; SDC Supp 1960, § 44.0215; SL 1977, ch 249, § 55; SL 1982, ch 227, § 6; SL 1984, ch 30, § 51; SL 1985, ch 238, § 6; SL 1987, ch 225, § 2; SL 2016, ch 47, § 15.


32-11-30 Expenses of administration.
     32-11-30.   Expenses of administration. All expenses in administering the state motor vehicle and driver functions shall be paid from the motor vehicle fund.

Source: SL 1953, ch 250, § 2; SDC Supp 1960, § 44.0216; SL 1983, ch 238, § 1.


32-11-31
     32-11-31.   Repealed by SL 1983, ch 238, § 2.


32-11-32 Transfer from motor vehicle fund to local government highway and bridge fund--Balance main...
     32-11-32.   Transfer from motor vehicle fund to local government highway and bridge fund--Balance maintained in motor vehicle fund. The total of the collections coming into the state motor vehicle fund during the preceding fiscal year, less the amount to cover the corresponding expenses, shall be transferred on or about August first of each year to the local government highway and bridge fund except that a balance be maintained to provide cash flow in the state motor vehicle fund.

Source: SL 1953, ch 250, § 3; SDC Supp 1960, § 44.0217; SL 1965, ch 190; SL 1983, ch 238, § 3; SL 1985, ch 252, § 6.


32-11-33 Balance maintained in license plate fund--Transfer of excess to local government highway a...
     32-11-33.   Balance maintained in license plate fund--Transfer of excess to local government highway and bridge fund. A balance necessary for the manufacturing and distribution of license plates shall be maintained in the license plate special revenue fund. All other moneys shall be transferred to the local government highway and bridge fund.

Source: SDC 1939, § 44.0115 as added by SL 1963, ch 251; SL 1976, ch 188; SL 1985, ch 252, § 7; SL 1987, ch 29, § 14.


32-11-34 Local government highway and bridge fund created--Appropriation.
     32-11-34.   Local government highway and bridge fund created--Appropriation. The local government highway and bridge fund is hereby created and appropriated for the use of counties, municipalities, and townships for the purposes of constructing and maintaining highways, streets, and bridges on their highway and street systems. Beginning on October 1, 2015, before each quarterly disbursement is made pursuant to § 32-11-35, the secretary of revenue shall transfer one million seven hundred fifty thousand dollars to the local bridge improvement grant fund created pursuant to § 32-11-38.

Source: SL 1985, ch 252, § 3A; SL 2015, ch 165, § 4, eff. Apr. 1, 2015.


32-11-35 Apportionment of local government highway and bridge fund.
     32-11-35.   Apportionment of local government highway and bridge fund. By the fifteenth day of January, May, July, and October, the secretary of revenue shall apportion moneys in the local government highway and bridge fund as provided by this section.
     Each county shall receive for the maintenance and construction of highways and bridges on the county highway system the following portions of the fund:

AURORA   0.8617309603 %  
BEADLE   2.0755107734 %  
BENNETT   0.4734169574 %  
BON HOMME   1.0169475454 %  
BROOKINGS   2.1666130448 %  
BROWN   3.3837994168 %  
BRULE   0.8685550126 %  
BUFFALO   0.1942359749 %  
BUTTE   0.9414879792 %  
CAMPBELL   0.5549615991 %  
CHARLES MIX   1.3836481578 %  
CLARK   1.0622839396 %  
CLAY   1.1000055795 %  
CODINGTON   1.9607491030 %  
CORSON   0.7630419859 %  
CUSTER   0.6413765166 %  
DAVISON   1.6352521120 %  
DAY   1.3459975332 %  
DEUEL   0.8554833973 %  
DEWEY   0.4886083669 %  
DOUGLAS   0.6975344528 %  
EDMUNDS   0.9950255066 %  
FALL RIVER   0.8157379401 %  
FAULK   0.7853236077 %  
GRANT   1.4775883396 %  
GREGORY   1.0004275289 %  
HAAKON   0.7713979701 %  
HAMLIN   0.8453020898 %  
HAND   1.0317240142 %  
HANSON   0.6541118086 %  
HARDING   0.7525179093 %  
HUGHES   1.1080693584 %  
HUTCHINSON   1.5017102025 %  
HYDE   0.4292080042 %  
JACKSON   0.4560146613 %  
JERAULD   0.5365174265 %  
JONES   0.4170248305 %  
KINGSBURY   1.1599421375 %  
LAKE   1.2709474261 %  
LAWRENCE   1.3890380456 %  
LINCOLN   1.7910561825 %  
LYMAN   0.8324312504 %  
McCOOK   0.8705021402 %  
McPHERSON   0.8377215214 %  
MARSHALL   1.0509208775 %  
MEADE   1.7355156417 %  
MELLETTE   0.4756255207 %  
MINER   0.7421074191 %  
MINNEHAHA   6.6748549646 %  
MOODY   1.0900595183 %  
OGLALA LAKOTA   0.2495434791%  
PENNINGTON   4.3779103882 %  
PERKINS   1.2068983310 %  
POTTER   0.6522667104 %  
ROBERTS   1.5113164284 %  
SANBORN   0.7349600188 %  
SPINK   1.7564065178 %  
STANLEY   0.5116293810 %  
SULLY   0.7146023779 %  
TODD   0.4212731230 %  
TRIPP   1.3577222772 %  
TURNER   1.4567334816 %  
UNION   1.3409371240 %  
WALWORTH   0.8588951448 %  
YANKTON   1.6781556555 %  
ZIEBACH   0.3321176342 %  
    
     Each municipality shall receive for construction and maintenance of their municipal streets system the following portions of the fund:

ABERDEEN   0.8781843448 %  
BROOKINGS   0.5844289083 %  
HURON   0.6213631579 %  
MADISON   0.3290974035 %  
MITCHELL   0.6839268447 %  
PIERRE   0.5417440913 %  
RAPID CITY   1.2501421701 %  
SIOUX FALLS   3.3351366950 %  
SPEARFISH   0.2262511353 %  
STURGIS   0.2319356042 %  
VERMILLION   0.3250880870 %  
WATERTOWN   0.7594339942 %  
YANKTON   0.4846892685 %  
ALCESTER   0.0103439181 %  
ALEXANDRIA   0.0148248028 %  
ARLINGTON   0.0396294889 %  
ARMOUR   0.0280444979 %  
AURORA   0.0194171671 %  
AVON   0.0258652213 %  
BALTIC   0.0212412877 %  
BELLE FOURCHE   0.1278699671 %  
BERESFORD   0.0467641781 %  
BIG STONE CITY   0.0560130319 %  
BOWDLE   0.0348526409 %  
BOX ELDER   0.0518774378 %  
BRANDON   0.0925506907 %  
BRIDGEWATER   0.0311886150 %  
BRITTON   0.0748343262 %  
BURKE   0.0516564518 %  
CANISTOTA   0.0342390103 %  
CANTON   0.1105689378 %  
CASTLEWOOD   0.0360394538 %  
CENTERVILLE   0.0352206220 %  
CHAMBERLAIN   0.0695533540 %  
CLARK   0.0774664267 %  
CLEAR LAKE   0.0392388173 %  
COLMAN   0.0336026891 %  
COLTON   0.0395318210 %  
CORSICA   0.0135630125 %  
CROOKS   0.0169350213 %  
CUSTER   0.0530336678 %  
DEADWOOD   0.0546081927 %  
DELL RAPIDS   0.0828036319 %  
DESMET   0.0655016161 %  
DUPREE   0.0330610763 %  
EDGEMONT   0.0506521496 %  
ELK POINT   0.0259451314 %  
ELKTON   0.0454678587 %  
ESTELLINE   0.0307190198 %  
EUREKA   0.0703386433 %  
FAITH   0.0202231739 %  
FAULKTON   0.0492512566 %  
FLANDREAU   0.0759895697 %  
FORT PIERRE   0.0543911529 %  
FREEMAN   0.0313326504 %  
GARRETSON   0.0237007429 %  
GETTYSBURG   0.0945948107 %  
GREGORY   0.0811067755 %  
GROTON   0.0545174306 %  
HARRISBURG   0.0130855250 %  
HARTFORD   0.0405509214 %  
HERREID   0.0260871938 %  
HIGHMORE   0.0482134118 %  
HILL CITY   0.0130835520 %  
HOT SPRINGS   0.1275236900 %  
HOVEN   0.0329486102 %  
HOWARD   0.0476293775 %  
IPSWICH   0.0489987012 %  
IRENE   0.0110058894 %  
JEFFERSON   0.0058058139 %  
KADOKA   0.0494317942 %  
KIMBALL   0.0590851312 %  
LAKE ANDES   0.0187246129 %  
LAKE PRESTON   0.0441705528 %  
LEAD   0.1207984168 %  
LEMMON   0.1045076089 %  
LENNOX   0.0490440822 %  
LEOLA   0.0252377791 %  
MCLAUGHLIN   0.0394558571 %  
MARION   0.0283138246 %  
MARTIN   0.0443787137 %  
MENNO   0.0273272801 %  
MILBANK   0.1307625153 %  
MILLER   0.0826250674 %  
MISSION   0.0299258381 %  
MOBRIDGE   0.1602710451 %  
MURDO   0.0439041859 %  
NEWELL   0.0354060923 %  
NEW UNDERWOOD   0.0238852267 %  
NORTH SIOUX CITY   0.1245038776 %  
ONIDA   0.0210765348 %  
PARKER   0.0296969598 %  
PARKSTON   0.0438420336 %  
PHILIP   0.0378724533 %  
PLANKINTON   0.0500848866 %  
PLATTE   0.0258760733 %  
PRESHO   0.0251549094 %  
REDFIELD   0.0978711247 %  
ST. FRANCIS   0.0341038537 %  
SALEM   0.0265775064 %  
SCOTLAND   0.0273134685 %  
SELBY   0.0283187573 %  
SISSETON   0.1131793343 %  
SPRINGFIELD   0.0492088351 %  
TEA   0.0153052500 %  
TIMBER LAKE   0.0352541645 %  
TRIPP   0.0256373296 %  
TYNDALL   0.0507675753 %  
VALLEY SPRINGS   0.0195996778 %  
VIBORG   0.0195394986 %  
VOLGA   0.0421372848 %  
WAGNER   0.0386074289 %  
WALL   0.0409267948 %  
WAUBAY   0.0588513202 %  
WEBSTER   0.1119214902 %  
WESSINGTON SPRINGS   0.0713232146 %  
WHITE RIVER   0.0363620538 %  
WHITEWOOD   0.0200179726 %  
WILMOT   0.0237628952 %  
WINNER   0.1394885006 %  
WOONSOCKET   0.0430182690 %  
AGAR   0.0078854495 %  
AKASKA   0.0256718586 %  
ALBEE   0.0013594582 %  
ALPENA   0.0419458952 %  
ALTAMONT   0.0108036478 %  
ANDOVER   0.0182066771 %  
ARTAS   0.0121562002 %  
ARTESIAN   0.0244712341 %  
ASHTON   0.0106882221 %  
ASTORIA   0.0118977256 %  
BADGER   0.0314470896 %  
BANCROFT   0.0113383549 %  
BATESLAND   0.0056440206 %  
BELVIDERE   0.0085681382 %  
BISON   0.0252545503 %  
BLUNT   0.0183260490 %  
BONESTEEL   0.0295696956 %  
BRADLEY   0.0089055364 %  
BRANDT   0.0213113323 %  
BRENTFORD   0.0067085020 %  
BRISTOL   0.0272700606 %  
BROADLAND   0.0032220540 %  
BRUCE   0.0235655863 %  
BRYANT   0.0165917039 %  
BUFFALO   0.0081715473 %  
BUFFALO GAP   0.0200712460 %  
BUSHNELL   0.0160333197 %  
BUTLER   0.0202527702 %  
CAMP CROOK   0.0071159448 %  
CANOVA   0.0213764443 %  
CARTHAGE   0.0600943662 %  
CAVOUR   0.0033956859 %  
CENTRAL CITY   0.0022601732 %  
CHANCELLOR   0.0101614074 %  
CHELSEA   0.0062497588 %  
CLAIRE CITY   0.0026912931 %  
CLAREMONT   0.0118799678 %  
COLOME   0.0268507792 %  
COLUMBIA   0.0443678617 %  
CONDE   0.0276962478 %  
CORONA   0.0078459877 %  
COTTONWOOD   0.0089884061 %  
CRESBARD   0.0349542550 %  
DALLAS   0.0181682018 %  
DANTE   0.0141026523 %  
DAVIS   0.0032131751 %  
DELMONT   0.0203632632 %  
DIMOCK   0.0027465396 %  
DOLAND   0.0209029029 %  
DOLTON   0.0130490229 %  
DRAPER   0.0098940539 %  
EAGLE BUTTE   0.0265242330 %  
EDEN   0.0167120623 %  
EGAN   0.0202577029 %  
EMERY   0.0124393385 %  
ERWIN   0.0068969320 %  
ETHAN   0.0132344933 %  
FAIRBURN   0.0257497956 %  
FAIRFAX   0.0193954631 %  
FAIRVIEW   0.0047719153 %  
FARMER   0.0018537169 %  
FLORENCE   0.0187995903 %  
FRANKFORT   0.0186190526 %  
FREDERICK   0.0223314193 %  
FRUITDALE   0.0049662646 %  
FULTON   0.0302711287 %  
GARDEN CITY   0.0152578958 %  
GARY   0.0223107018 %  
GAYVILLE   0.0181307132 %  
GEDDES   0.0256777779 %  
GLENHAM   0.0100834704 %  
GOODWIN   0.0203987788 %  
GRENVILLE   0.0180942110 %  
HARROLD   0.0097243682 %  
HAYTI   0.0136695593 %  
HAZEL   0.0088167474 %  
HECLA   0.0276419878 %  
HENRY   0.0191290961 %  
HERMOSA   0.0032684216 %  
HERRICK   0.0113728840 %  
HETLAND   0.0166834525 %  
HILLSVIEW   0.0114774577 %  
HITCHCOCK   0.0130815789 %  
HOSMER   0.0080640140 %  
HUDSON   0.0141874952 %  
HUMBOLT   0.0197377940 %  
HURLEY   0.0141440872 %  
INTERIOR   0.0045321850 %  
IROQUOIS   0.0275512257 %  
ISABEL   0.0171510746 %  
JAVA   0.0126652571 %  
KENNEBEC   0.0100292105 %  
KEYSTONE   0.0306006345 %  
KRANZBURG   0.0130865116 %  
LABOLT   0.0155775362 %  
LAKE CITY   0.0084310085 %  
LAKE NORDEN   0.0201057751 %  
LANE   0.0104475053 %  
LANGFORD   0.0325520193 %  
LEBANON   0.0241861227 %  
LESTERVILLE   0.0229835251 %  
LETCHER   0.0145949380 %  
LILY   0.0091314551 %  
LONG LAKE   0.0123475898 %  
LOWRY   0.0086736984 %  
MCINTOSH   0.0477586149 %  
MARVIN   0.0279636013 %  
MELLETTE   0.0162839020 %  
MIDLAND   0.0280474576 %  
MISSION HILL   0.0114735115 %  
MONROE   0.0106388949 %  
MONTROSE   0.0199696319 %  
MORRISTOWN   0.0105096576 %  
MOUND CITY   0.0051704793 %  
MT. VERNON   0.0233613716 %  
NAPLES   0.0083047308 %  
NEW EFFINGTON   0.0169261424 %  
NISLAND   0.0102955775 %  
NORTHVILLE   0.0218815550 %  
NUNDA   0.0096641890 %  
OACOMA   0.0148070450 %  
OELRICHS   0.0092873291 %  
OLDHAM   0.0291464680 %  
OLIVET   0.0046772070 %  
ONAKA   0.0093465217 %  
ORIENT   0.0058590872 %  
ORTLEY   0.0184434477 %  
PEEVER   0.0162296421 %  
PICKSTOWN   0.0069212799 %  
PIERPONT   0.0187699939 %  
POLLOCK   0.0165936770 %  
PRINGLE   0.0072076935 %  
PUKWANA   0.0240687240 %  
QUINN   0.0095388979 %  
RAMONA   0.0139852536 %  
RAVINIA   0.0056528995 %  
RAYMOND   0.0088996171 %  
REE HEIGHTS   0.0197654172 %  
RELIANCE   0.0079416825 %  
REVILLO   0.0111696558 %  
ROCKHAM   0.0091699303 %  
ROSCOE   0.0180784263 %  
ROSHOLT   0.0237155411 %  
ROSLYN   0.0115711794 %  
ROSWELL   0.0019089634 %  
ST. LAWRENCE   0.0285811781 %  
SENECA   0.0190797689 %  
SHERMAN   0.0034164033 %  
SINAI   0.0223935716 %  
SOUTH SHORE   0.0208890913 %  
SPENCER   0.0167781608 %  
STICKNEY   0.0205536662 %  
STOCKHOLM   0.0088769266 %  
STRANDBURG   0.0062625839 %  
STRATFORD   0.0093041003 %  
SUMMIT   0.0223402982 %  
TABOR   0.0148889282 %  
TOLSTOY   0.0125902798 %  
TORONTO   0.0167406721 %  
TRENT   0.0205546528 %  
TULARE   0.0175022844 %  
TURTON   0.0079732519 %  
TWIN BROOKS   0.0208210198 %  
UTICA   0.0176877547 %  
VEBLEN   0.0298676320 %  
VERDON   0.0017580221 %  
VIENNA   0.0196638032 %  
VILAS   0.0047926327 %  
VIRGIL   0.0091837419 %  
VOLIN   0.0139517110 %  
WAKONDA   0.0169764562 %  
WALLACE   0.0072747785 %  
WARD   0.0094126202 %  
WARNER   0.0227990413 %  
WASTA   0.0087111871 %  
WENTWORTH   0.0106645451 %  
WESSINGTON   0.0283069187 %  
WESTPORT   0.0181228208 %  
WETONKA   0.0035722773 %  
WHITE   0.0258760733 %  
WHITE LAKE   0.0375735304 %  
WHITE ROCK   0.0220078327 %  
WILLOW LAKE   0.0296644039 %  
WINFRED   0.0068041968 %  
WITTEN   0.0089124422 %  
WOLSEY   0.0552780564 %  
WOOD   0.0033374797 %  
WORTHING   0.0062379203 %  
YALE   0.0099601524 %  

     Each county shall receive for construction and maintenance of roads and bridges on the township road system the following portions of the fund:

AURORA   0.0632253218 %  
BEADLE   0.1260019718 %  
BENNETT   0.0441786605 %  
BON HOMME   0.0617151584 %  
BROOKINGS   0.0879797802 %  
BROWN   0.1958233148 %  
BRULE   0.0572311771 %  
BUFFALO   0.0172492386 %  
BUTTE   0.0529833869 %  
CAMPBELL   0.0518389092 %  
CHARLES MIX   0.1013915990 %  
CLARK   0.0874490344 %  
CLAY   0.0450121685 %  
CODINGTON   0.0728672038 %  
CORSON   0.1102309788 %  
CUSTER   0.0227500267 %  
DAVISON   0.0429949697 %  
DAY   0.0994582981 %  
DEUEL   0.0645977830 %  
DEWEY   0.0687525560 %  
DOUGLAS   0.0518471166 %  
EDMUNDS   0.0876387167 %  
FALL RIVER   0.0318493078 %  
FAULK   0.0668411451 %  
GRANT   0.0654486177 %  
GREGORY   0.0639402783 %  
HAAKON   0.0334898778 %  
HAMLIN   0.0541725493 %  
HAND   0.1117958582 %  
HANSON   0.0451890838 %  
HARDING   0.0346106451 %  
HUGHES   0.0422663341 %  
HUTCHINSON   0.0862452810 %  
HYDE   0.0402144818 %  
JACKSON   0.0526870082 %  
JERAULD   0.0463317376 %  
JONES   0.0396308438 %  
KINGSBURY   0.0951649111 %  
LAKE   0.0622951487 %  
LAWRENCE   0.0115815665 %  
LINCOLN   0.0646251410 %  
LYMAN   0.0629088805 %  
McCOOK   0.0665237884 %  
McPHERSON   0.0649944744 %  
MARSHALL   0.0725936235 %  
MEADE   0.0671712618 %  
MELLETTE   0.0373400647 %  
MINER   0.0660477586 %  
MINNEHAHA   0.0933018292 %  
MOODY   0.0584075725 %  
OGLALA LAKOTA   0.0420119045%  
PENNINGTON   0.0549385741 %  
PERKINS   0.0813627844 %  
POTTER   0.0618163832 %  
ROBERTS   0.1025707301 %  
SANBORN   0.0573013961 %  
SPINK   0.1612801529 %  
STANLEY   0.0278222057 %  
SULLY   0.0590796681 %  
TODD   0.0506679855 %  
TRIPP   0.0996005599 %  
TURNER   0.0745570182 %  
UNION   0.0505466982 %  
WALWORTH   0.0393253458 %  
YANKTON   0.0486051899 %  
ZIEBACH   0.0525237719 %  

     Moneys to the township road system apportioned by this section to a county shall be apportioned within the county as provided by §§ 32-11-5 to 32-11-7, inclusive.

Source: SL 1985, ch 252, § 8; SL 1986, ch. 253, § 1; SL 1987, ch 226, § 1; SL 2015, ch 56 (HJR 1005), eff. May 1, 2015.


32-11-36 Local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund created--Purpose-...
     32-11-36.   Local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund created--Purpose--Disposition of unused funds. There is created in the state treasury the local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund. The money in this fund shall be used to assist in providing transportation technology information and services to counties, municipalities, and townships. The local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund is continuously appropriated to the secretary of transportation to carry out the purpose of the technology transfer service and match federal funding or funding from any other programs. Any funds not lawfully expended or obligated by June thirtieth of each fiscal year for the technology transfer program shall revert to the local government highway and bridge fund.

Source: SL 1991, ch 251, § 1.


32-11-37 Local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund--Apportionment.
     32-11-37.   Local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund--Apportionment. Prior to the apportionment required by § 32-11-35, the secretary of revenue shall apportion one-half of one percent of the local government highway and bridge fund per fiscal year to the local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund created in § 32-11-36. The remaining money in the local government highway and bridge fund shall be apportioned pursuant to § 32-11-35. The secretary of revenue shall apportion funds to the local government transportation technology transfer special revenue fund at the same time and in the same manner as specified in § 32-11-35.

Source: SL 1991, ch 251, § 2; SL 2001, ch 170, § 1.


32-11-38 Local bridge improvement grant fund created.
     32-11-38.   Local bridge improvement grant fund created. There is hereby created in the state treasury the local bridge improvement grant fund. Interest earned on money in the fund shall be deposited into the fund. Any money in the fund is continuously appropriated to the Department of Transportation. Any money deposited into and distributed from the fund shall set forth in an informational budget as described in § 4-7-7.2.
     The Transportation Commission may award grants from the fund to any local government entity to construct, reconstruct, and repair bridges. The Transportation Commission shall consider the need for the project and funding mechanisms available to and utilized by the applicant when making a decision to award a grant. No county may receive a grant from the fund unless such county has adopted and annually updated its county highway and bridge improvement plan pursuant to the provisions of § 1-44-7.5 and has imposed a county wheel tax pursuant to § 32-5A-1.

Source: SL 2015, ch 165, § 1, eff. Apr. 1, 2015.


32-11-39 Promulgation of rules regarding local bridge improvement grant fund.
     32-11-39.   Promulgation of rules regarding local bridge improvement grant fund. The Transportation Commission shall promulgate rules, pursuant to chapter 1-26, regarding the application process and timelines, the guidelines and criteria for approval of applications, and the distribution of funds from the local bridge improvement grant fund. The criteria for evaluating the projects may include the proximity of other bridges and culverts, alternative routes available, structural deficiencies, functionality and use of the bridge or culvert, and project costs.

Source: SL 2015, ch 165, § 2, eff. Apr. 1, 2015.


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