One-stop Shop for DANR Data
This network of observation wells monitors the present quality of shallow ground water resources in the state, as well as examine short- and long-term trends in water quality. The network consists of 144 wells in 25 aquifers across the state.
This map shows reports of harmful algal blooms and shares results of harmful algal bloom monitoring efforts, including cyanotoxin testing and toxin producing algae densities.
This application is designed to identify eligible waterbodies for the Buffer Strip Incentive under SB 66.
This map allows visitors to find information on regulated tank sites as well as spills sites.
This site allows visitors to find information on 519 construction aggregate licenses that have been issued to mine 20,769 acres at 1,638 pits. Visitors can also see information on nearly 4,600 sites that have been licensed through DANR since 1983.
Provides users with access to water quality sample data, beneficial use status as described in the South Dakota Integrated Report for Surface Water Quality, information about ongoing water quality projects, and links to water quality reports.
Facilities that have a Title V operating permit or a Minor operating permit and facilities that are applicable to a federal regulation but do not require a permit in South Dakota, which are often referred to as an area source.
The Big Sioux River Flood Information System is a one-stop web platform to access real-time conditions, flood forecasts, visualizations, inundation maps, and flood-related data and information.
This application provides water level readings for measured observation wells within South Dakota.
This application allows users to find permitted solid waste facilities within South Dakota. Users can search by City, County, category, address, and operator.
This application provides public access to the State of South Dakota Water Well Completion Reports (Well Logs), Licensed Well Drillers and Licensed Pump Installers database.