Housing Development

Housing Needs Study Program

The Housing Needs Study program is a cost-sharing incentive program to help rural communities in South Dakota conduct a Housing Needs Study to aide community decision makers and the public in developing a meaningful sense of the housing market in their community as well as an understanding of key housing issues. Communities that have populations of 10,000 or less are eligible to participate in the program.

Housing Needs Study Program Summary and Application

Final Housing Needs Studies

Armour - 2016
Beadle County - 2014
Belle Fourche - 2013
Beresford Update - 2019;  Original - 2013
Bonesteel - 2017
Bowdle - 2019
Britton - 2013
Burke - 2017
Campbell County- 2013
Canistota - 2015
Canton - 2014
Centerville - 2013
Cheyenne River Housing Authority - 2015
Crooks - 2014
Custer - 2018
Day County - Towns of Andover, Grenville, Pierpont, and Roslyn - 2015
Day County - Cities of Bristol & Waubay and Towns of Butler & Lily - 2015
Deadwood - Lead - 2016
Dell Rapids - 2016
Elk Point - 2015
Faulkton - 2013
Flandreau - 2014
Fort Pierre - 2012
Gettysburg - 2013
Gregory - 2017
Harrisburg - 2014
Hartford Update - 2019Original - 2013
Hill City - 2018
Hot Springs - 2016
Kennebec - 2015
Keystone - 2019
Kimball - 2018
Lemmon - 2013
Lennox Update - 2019; Original - 2015
Madison - 2016
Martin - 2013
Milbank - 2015
Miller - 2013
Mobridge - 2015
Murdo - 2013
New Underwood - 2016
North Sioux City - 2015
Philip - 2014
Redfield - 2015
Rosebud Economic Development Corporation - 2015
Salem - 2017
Spink County - 2014
Sturgis Update
- 2019; Original - 2014
Tripp - 2019
Tyndall/Tabor - 2019
Viborg - 2013
Wall - 2016
Webster - 2015
Winner - 2017
Worthing - 2014