The South Dakota Supreme Court rules that a local government did not owe a duty to an individual class of persons to enforce local ordinances and state historic regulations.
The SDPAA's year in review!
Members received a total of $948,890 in credits last year!
EXCITING NEWS!! SDPAA is venturing into a new age of technology. During the course of 2017, we have been implementing Origami Risk, a governmental risk-sharing pool management information system.
The SDPAA’s website is undergoing upgrades! Coming in November, you will find a fresh new environment, where you can find easy access to the information that we have continued to offer you as well as more up-to-date, useful and entertaining safety and risk management tidbits.
Codington County joined the SDPAA in 1989 and truly appreciates everything SDPAA has done to assist the County. In July 2017 Codington County incurred damage to numerous County owned vehicles due to hail damage. SDPAA was on the spot with an adjuster and made prompt payment to the County for the damages incurred by the hail event. The staff at SDPAA is the best to work with and you can present them with any question and they will answer you quickly and/or direct you to the correct party to resolve any issues or claim questions. Codington County looks forward to working well into the future with SDPAA.Cindy Brugman, Codington County Auditor