The function of the office of the Director of Equalization is to annually assess all taxable real property in Brule County for property tax purposes. This office is responsible for the accurate assessment and inventory of all parcels and is the tax base for local government funding for all cities/towns/counties, local school districts, townships, and various other tax districts such as fire, water, and ambulance.
All property in South Dakota is assessed annually at its fair market value as defined in South Dakota codified law 10-6-1.3. The assessment date is November 1st. Property taxes applicable to this assessment will come due in the year following the assessment year.
The Director of Equalization does not determine the property tax. The local governments and taxing districts will determine the property tax based on budgetary needs. The Director of Equalization is responsible for assessing all property at market value to ensure that the property tax burden is equally spread across all taxable property in the county. The equalization office is also responsible for Zoning, GIS mapping system, and County Plat approval and is the point of contact in the county for the national floodplain program.
300 S Courtland St, Ste 101
Chamberlain, SD 57325
Director of Equalization
Discretionary_Formula.pdf adopted July 7, 2020
2023 APPEAL PROCESS FOR PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSESSMENT BASIC VIDEO
2017-2022 Reappraisal Plan Brule County
Property Tax Information
LINK TO GIS MAPPING: Parcel Map/GIS
GIS information may not be accurate, If you have any questions please call our office.