Public Safety Campus

City of Sioux Falls Public Safety Campus

The City of Sioux Falls Public Safety Campus is a $55 million investment that spans 42 acres. It is a state-of-the-art hub for law enforcement, fire rescue, and emergency services. At the core of this venture is a dedication to safety, innovation, and the growth of our public safety team.

The campus offers a top-of-the-line training environment with settings for creating lifelike scenarios. Officers and firefighters will gain hands-on experience to prepare for real-world challenges. The campus also provides opportunities for collaboration between different departments and partners.

The investment made in this campus will serve our community now and well into the future.

Campus Details

The City of Sioux Falls Public Safety Campus offers 100,000 square feet of training facilities and structures. The Police DepartmentFire Rescue, Emergency Management, and Metro Communications will all use the space. Some features of the campus include:

  • 911 emergency communications
  • Metro Communications dispatch facility
  • Emergency Operations Center
  • Chief Matt Burns Range
  • Tactical structures creating dynamic training opportunities for police and fire rescue
  • Emergency vehicle operations course
  • Defensive tactics mat room with use of force training simulator
  • EMS simulation lab
  • Outdoor and indoor classrooms
  • Apparatus storage and personal protective equipment care and maintenance building

From cadets to experienced public safety workers, the campus offers training for all skill levels. The same applies to first responders from across the region who will also use the campus.