Current Meeting Overview
Acting within its legislative mandates, the GFP Commission serves as the advocate and liason between the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks and its customers and partners. The Commission consists of eight members, appointed by the Governor for four year terms.
Live Stream of Commission meetings is avaible for users wanting to listen to the meeting, but are unable to make it to the meeting itself.
April 2| 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. CT
April 3| 8 a.m. - noon CT
Good Earth State Park | Sioux Falls, SD
- Notice of Regular Meeting
- Notice of Public Hearing
- March Proposals to be Finalized
- Petition-Lake Sharpe Smallmouth Bass
- Petition-Elk Hunting Unit Boundary
- Petition-Black Bass Daily and Possession Limits
- Public Comments 1/2
- Public Comments 2/2
- March Minutes with Public Comments
- Commission Book
Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, this meeting will be held via livestream with the Commission and staff participating via teleconference. To listen to the entire meeting at 1:00 p.m. CT on April 2nd, livestream can be found at https://www.sdpb.org/.
The public hearing will begin at 2:00 p.m. CT. The conference call number available for the public to call in starting at 2:00 p.m. CT to provide comments is 1-866-410-8397; Conference Code 5451787643#. The public is encouraged to call in from their home. Good Earth State Park will also be available to provide public comments in person; however, no more than 10 people will be allowed in the building at a time. There will not be additional remote public input sites.
We are asking that you provide your testimony and then hang up to allow other members of the public to access the line. When you call, the teleconference line may be busy. If you do not get through right away, please keep trying.
Written comments can still be submitted at https://gfp.sd.gov/forms/positions/. To be included in the public record comments must include full name and city of residence and meet the submission deadline of seventy-two hours before the public hearing (not including the day of the public hearing)
Conflicts of Interest Disclosure Requirements
All South Dakota state government boards and commissions are subject to the conflicts of interest disclosure requirements contained in Chapter 3-23 of the South Dakota Codified Laws. The GFP Commission will comply with the requirements of this law by following a procedure for the conflict of interest disclosure. At the beginning of each GFP Commission meeting, the chair reads paragraphs 1-5 and asks if any commissioner has a conflict that needs to be disclosed. If any commissioner discloses conflict, the chair will finish reading paragraphs 5-9. Then the Commission will consider and act upon the conflict.