1. Harrisburg Days
    June 8th - 10th, 2018
    Join in the fun!
  2. Welcome to our web site!
    To serve you better, come on and check it out!!
  3. CodeRED Notifications for our residents
    The City of Harrisburg is excited to offer CodeRED as our resident notification service. Please take the time to enroll now to receive emergency notifications from the City. Don't be left out!
  4. Our Doors Are Wide Open For New Business Owners
    With tax incentives and access to rural development loans and small business support, Harrisburg has much to offer new businesses and entrepreneurs, including a warm welcome.
  5. Our Small Town Appeal Hits Home For Young Families
    Building a beautiful, affordable house in a safe, friendly neighborhood has spurred the growth of several impressive new neighborhoods, bringing the median age of our citizens to a youthful 27
  6. The Only Thing Growing Faster Than Our City Is Our Kids
    In 1990 our population was 500. Today, we’re at 5,698 and climbing. That kind of growth is testament to a great location, affordable housing and a family-centered community.
  7. Sports and Recreation Are Part Of Our Community Plan
    From indoor/outdoor practice facilities to a $7.9 million park expansion plan, Harrisburg has made sports and recreation a top priority for people of all ages.
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Office Hours

Physical Location:
301 E. Willow Street
Harrisburg, SD 57032

PO Box 26
Harrisburg, SD 57032

Office Hours:
Mon-Thur: 7am - 5pm
Friday: 8 am - Noon


Memorial Day - May 28, 2018
City Hall and all city offices including the Harrisburg Community Library will be closed in observance of Memorial Day.

City Council Meeting - June 4, 2018
The Harrisburg City Council will meet for their regular meeting on Monday, June 4, 2018 at 6:00 pm at the Harrisburg Liberty School Conference Room, 200 E. Willow Street, Harrisburg, SD. 

Harrisburg Days - June 8th, 9th and 10th, 2018
Street Closures during Harrisburg Days include: 

  • June 4th - June 10th (All day and night) - Columbia Street (north of Willow to Foundation Drive)
  • June 9th (12 pm - 6 pm) - Prairie Street  (Willow Street to Elm Street) and Main Street (Columbia St. to Railroad Ave)
  • June 9th (7 am - 12:30 pm) - W Maple (Cliff Ave to Emmett); Cliff Ave South; Harvest Trail; W Elm St.;  E Elm St. (Emmett to Prairie); Prairie St (Elm South); Tiger St (W of Prairie); Emmett (South of W Maple)