Community Highlights - April Newsletter

3 Apr 2023


Wall Ambulance Service Fundraiser

The Wall Economic Development Corporation is WEDC is continuing to fundraise for the Wall Ambulance Service. We started a friendly challenge by publicly asking local businesses to donate, then continue the chain by challenging another local business to donate as well. We have raised a total of $5,530 through the GoFundMe page and others have donated directly to the Wall Ambulance Fund set up at First Interstate Bank. We encourage you to donate to ensure our Ambulance Service can continue to be fully operational!

Donate here:

Senior Care Roundtable Discussion

The Aging in Place committee hosted a roundtable discussion at Prairie Village to discuss Senior Care options that would keep seniors in Wall and living in their homes, where they are the happiest. Our panel of experts included individuals from Monument Health, Cornerstone Caregiving, and SHIINE (Senior Health Information and Insurance Education Program.) The Wall Economic Development Corporation is continuing to work with Monument Health in order to create a senior care central information set up at the Wall Clinic.

Randee Mason - Director of Operations at Cornerstone Caregiving

Beck Goodwin and Andrea Palmer - Medicare Beneficiary Counselors, Senior Health Information, and Insurance Education Program at SHIINE

Jessica Daigle - Director of Ambulatory Services, Rapid City Urgent Cares, Occupational Medicine, and the Wall Medical Clinic at Monument Health

David Barraclough - Supervisor of Rehab Services at Monument Health

 Please give us a call at 605-279-2658 if you or a loved one in the Wall area could use some extra help!

The Wall Industrial Park is open for business

Phase 1 of the Industrial Park has been completed and is ready for business! Lots in Phase 1 have access to electricity, water, sewer, and fiber optic. Wall is in the geographic center of the U.S., making it the ideal spot to reach customers nationwide. This, combined with natural resources and space availability, make it an ideal location for small agricultural value-added businesses, precision ag companies and high-tech manufacturing. Investments in properties in the Wall Industrial Park are eligible for tax incentives. The Wall City Council approved a property tax discretionary formula that provides a tax break on new industrial and commercial structures for up to five years. If you are interested in purchasing a lot, please contact WEDC at or 605-279-2658.

WEDC is Hiring!

The Wall Economic Development Corporation is hiring for an Executive Director. Please click here for the job description and application:

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