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Aberdeen, SD 57401

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As the weather gets warmer, we are looking forward to getting our patrol bicycles out and put to work. We hope to see our fellow cyclers out and enjoying all Aberdeen has to offer. In order to make sure everyone is being safe and following the law, here is a quick reminder on the laws regarding bicycle operations in the City of Aberdeen.

Where to ride the Bicycle.
- An adult rider of a bicycle may ride on the roadways and bicycle paths in Aberdeen. Children under 8 may ride on the bicycle paths, sidewalks (with certain exceptions), and may ride on the roadway to cross from one sidewalk or path to the next. Children should not travel on the roadways with their bicycles unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- No person may ride a bicycle on the sidewalk in the downtown business district. This area is defined as being south of Railroad Ave, north of 7th Ave, west of S Washington St, and east of S 2nd St.
- If there is a bicycle path adjacent to the roadway, the bicycle must be used on the path and not the roadway.

How to Operate your Bicycle.
- A rider of a bicycle on the roadway must follow all applicable traffic laws, including stop signs, traffic lights, one way streets, and using the right hand side of the road. Hand signals should be used to indicate turns, lane changes, and speed changes.
- A rider of a bicycle may ride at night, but the bicycle must be equipped with a light on the front that is visible from at least 300 feet away. The bicycle must also be equipped with a rear lamp, red or yellow in color, visible from at least 200 feet away. We recommend using a lighted rear lamp over a mirrored reflector, as this will greatly increase your visibility to passing vehicles.
- A rider of a bicycle may not exceed the posted speed limit, or ride the bicycle at a speed that is greater than reasonable or lawful given the existing conditions.
- Bicycle helmets are not required, but we strongly encourage you to use them. Bicycle helmets are a low cost safety device and could definitely save your life in the event of a crash.

What is a bicycle?
- A bicycle under city ordinance is defined as a vehicle composed of two wheels in tandem, propelled by pedals, and having handlebars attached to the front wheel for steering. Bicycles may be motorized, and are still considered a bicycle if the motor is only used to assist the rider with using the foot pedals. If the motor propels the bicycle without the use of the pedals, it is considered a motorized vehicle. Motorized vehicles may be used on the roadway if the operator has a valid driver’s license and proof of financial responsibility.
- Under city ordinance, the same regulations for bicycles apply to longboards. A longboard is defined as a skateboard with wheels at least 62 millimeters in diameter.

Violation of the City Bicycle Ordinances is a Class 2 Misdemeanor. If you want to learn more about the Bicycle ordinances, they are available on the City’s Website, under City Ordinances. Section 52-266 through 52-279 address bicycle operation.
Bicycles Licenses are available at the City Treasurers Office. They are not required, but having a licensed bicycle increases your chances of having it returned to you if it is lost or stolen and recovered by the City.

Have an enjoyable and safe summer, and we hope to see you out enjoying a great way to get around our beautiful town!
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History and Development

In November 1969 the City Commission adopted, pursuant to the Housing Authority Law, a resolution to establish a “Housing and Redevelopment Commission” for the city of Aberdeen. Effective January 1, 1970, the first Housing Commissioners were appointed. The Mayor appoints housing commissioners for 5 year terms. They are volunteer, non-paid citizens who contribute substantial time, interest, and effort in overseeing the operation of the Housing Authority according to the rules and regulations passed on from congressional enforcements. Meetings are held once a month, with special meetings as authorized by the Bylaws. The Aberdeen Housing Authority staff completes verifications of each resident’s income and medical expenses, if applicable, no less than every 12 months.

The Aberdeen Housing and Redevelopment Commission administers low-rent, subsidized housing programs in Brown, McPherson, Marshall, Day and Roberts counties.

Program
Year(s) Built
Location

Public Housing Program

75 Homestead Apartments
1973
2222 3rd Ave SE
25 Non-Elderly Family Homes
1973
7 scattered sites

Multi-Family Properties

 

51 Sherman Apartments
1981
223 S. Main St.
55 Dakota Square Apartments
1979
1902 N. Dakota St.

Tax Credit/Multi-Family Properties

32 Lawson View Townhomes
1975
1315 S. High St.
1316 S. Lawson St.

Tax Credit Properties

 

28 Sunshine Park Townhomes
2010
1524 S. Lawson St.
32 Meadow Wood Townhomes
2012
2714 1st Ave SE
41 Jackson Heights Apartments
2014
1016 1st Ave SE
40 Central Villas
2017
1901 S Merton St

Section 8 Existing Program

492 Vouchers with Private Landlords
Began 1991

Brown, McPherson, Marshall, Day, & Roberts Counties