Newsletter #4: Construction Resumes   H&W Contracting has begun this year’s construction at the intersection of Iverson Street and Kingsbury Street where the new sanitary sewer lift station will be located. H&W plans to have the new lift station completed by the middle of May. This intersection is currently closed to traffic and will remain closed until the sanitary sewer main is installed on Kingsbury Street. H&W will be closing additional intersections as they move north on Kingsbury Street.   Within the next week, the Contractor plans to install dewatering wells along Kingsbury Street to prepare to install the sanitary sewer main in these areas. Around the middle of May, H&W is expected to begin the installation of sanitary sewer main beginning with the boring of sanitary sewer under the railroad.   Some frequent questions on the impacts from construction to the property owners include garbage pickup and driveway access. H&W will maintain access for garbage pickup throughout the construction process. DGR and the Town will help coordinate as necessary. Driveway access may be temporarily impacted during the day but is expected to be reestablished by the end of each working day. Please reach out to DGR or the Town of Gayville if you have questions or concerns. QUESTIONS regarding the proposed construction can be addressed to Lance Nolz, DGR Engineering, at 605-999-6515 or by email at [email protected]

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Construction Resumes   H&W Contracting has begun this year’s construction at the intersection of Iverson Street and Kingsbury Street where… Read More

Welcome to Gayville, South Dakota!

Whether you are a visitor looking for more information about Gayville, SD or you are a resident looking for the latest information about our community, you have come to the right place. The Town of Gayville was organized in 1872. We are a small hometown community with a population of 407 based on the 2010 U.S. Census.

Gayville is located in the Southeast corner of South Dakota in Yankton County. Gayville is just off of Highway 50. We are within minutes of Yankton and Vermillion. We have a great small town atmosphere with low crime and family friendly neighborhoods.

Gayville has many businesses, churches, parks, athletic complex, community center, gas/convenience store, bank, and a growing public school district. We have the same entities of larger communities such as natural gas, city water, and sewer.

Gayville is the self-proclaimed "Hay Capital of the World". Gayville is also constantly in competition with nearby Meckling, the self-proclaimed "Hay Capital of the Universe."

Thank you for visiting our website for the Hay Capital of the World!

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