City of Crooks, SD

Municipal Utilities


About the Crooks Municipal Utilities

The City of Crooks assumed the Crooks Sanitary District in 2000.  Since that time, the city has focused on improving and expanding water and sewer infrastructure. To insure adequate fire protection, water mains throughout the city were replaced with larger mains in 2000.  In 2007, an additional water line was brought into the city.  This improvement, along with the installation of booster pumps in the water tower, will allow for doubling of the city’s water capacity.  A lagoon expansion project was completed in 2008.  This will also guarantee the City’s growth into the future.

Crooks Municipal Gas is our city-owned natural gas company.  Construction of the pipeline began in 1997.  Crooks Municipal Gas continues to grow, adding services and gas mains yearly.  Serving more than 800 customers in Crooks, Renner and rural Sioux Falls,  the City’s emphasis is on safety and customer satisfaction.

Utilites Staff

Contact person for technical matters and expertise on utilities:

Ginny Beck, Utility Superintendent

Contact person for billing and rate questions:

Tobias Schantz, Utility Billing

Office Location

Crooks Community Center
701 S. West Avenue
PO Box 785
Crooks, SD 57020

Please feel free to contact us with any questions/concerns/inquiries:

Routine Business:

605-543-5238
E-Mail the Municipal Utilities: fo@crookssd.org

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Lunch hour from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM)

Important Phone Numbers

Crooks Municipal Gas Utility
Routine Business:
605-543-5238
Emergency:        
911 or 1-888-214-7225

SD ONE CALL "call before you dig!"
dial 811

Crooks Water & Sewer Utilities
Routine Business:
605-543-5238
Emergency:        
605- 330-8980

Public Awareness Statement

"The City of Crooks recognizes the importance and benefits of developing and maintaining an effective public awareness program.  To this extent, the Mayor and City Council of Crooks will assure that the necessary manpower, materials and resources are made available to adequately develop, implement and administer this program."