The Town Clerk of Gayville is LeAnn Cutts
Town of Gayville
P.O. Box 162
408 Merchant Street
Gayville, SD 57031
The Gayville City Council meets on the third Tuesday of each month unless noted. For specific dates and times, please see the “Trustees and Officers” page.
Yes, the town does require building permits. More information regarding building permits and the form to fill out can be found on the “Building Permits” page under the ordinances tab.
Monday-Thursday: 9am - 4pm
Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED
However, the entrance door to the post office is open 24/7 to allow citizens to have access to their post office box whenever it is convenient for them!
Yes, Gayville does have a fire department which consist of several volunteer members. If you are interested in joining the department, please attend their monthly meeting. More info can be found on the “Fire Dept.” page.
No but Gayville is protected by the Yankton County Sheriff’s Department which is housed in Yankton, SD. Always call 911 for emergencies.
Yes, the town limits each household to have 3 dogs and 5 cats. All dogs should be licensed prior to April 30th.
Yes, the town publishes their meeting minutes in the Yankton County Observer and on this website. See the “Meeting Minutes” page to view them.
Yes, the Gayville Community Center is available for all residents, business, organizations, surrounding communities, etc. to rent out. To rent out the Community Center call (605) 660-7595 (Tyler Wuebben. For more information regarding the Community Center please see the “Community Center” page under the community services tab.
Yes, it is available for community members to take advantage of! The track is not available to use during school hours or school activities. For more information about the track please see the “Gayville-Volin School Track/Field” page under the recreation tab.
Yes, Gayville is home to the Gayville-Volin School District 63-1. The opportunities are endless at Gayville-Volin School! The school offers Yankton to Gayville bus service along with frequent bus stops around Mission Hill, Volin, & the Gayville Community. The school has open enrollment and state-of-the-art technology! For more information about the school please see the "Gayville-Volin School" page.
The Town of Gayville receives its water from Clay Rural Water System. Garbage service is provided and is collected once a week. The electric supplier for the town is Clay Union Electric. Cable/internet/phone is also available for residents.
Yes, for a detailed list of apartment buildings in Gayville please see the “Apartments” page.