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Sunday Hours: 9am-5pm
Weekday Hours: 8am-7pm
Storm debris loads need to be covered.
Debris dropped off by residents will be free of charge.
MICA has set up a donation page on their website. It is for a fund called Marshalltown Family Tornado Relief. When people go to the website they will receive a popup asking if they want to donate to this fund. There will also be a banner they click to tak...
The Marshalltown City Council will hold their regular meeting on Monday, July 23, at 5:30 pm. Due to storm damage at city hall, the location of the meeting has changed. The new location will be the Marshalltown Public Library located a...
If you want to volunteer, report to the HyVee parking lot and contact the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army is in this lot and will take names of people who wish to volunteer.
If you need help from volunteers, do the same thing. The Salvati...
Storm Damage Clean Up
As we begin to clean up debris and tree damage, citizens can access the following resources-
Scam Alert-Be aware of storm damage contractors
Following the tornado that hit Marshalltown yesterday afternoon, the Marshalltown Police Department is warning citizens to be aware of scams.
While most contractors coming to help Marshalltown are re...
July 20, 2018
Authority: Captain Brian Batterson
Storm damage clean up
Read the plan here
The Marshalltown Municipal Airport hereby announces its fiscal years 2019, 2020 and 2021 goal of 1.18% for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) airport construction projects. The proposed goals and rationale is available ...
If you would like to make a monetary donation to support Downtown Marshalltown you can do so through the MCBD website. https://www.marshalltownmainstreet.org/
The City has placed a dumpster for the disposal of storm debris from the downtown damage. The dumpster is located behind the Tremont building in the parking lot.
The City of Marshalltown Compost Facility, 901 Woodland Street, will be open from morning to 8pm until further notice for residents to drop off tree debris from the storm on July 19th. The Compost Facility will not accept building materials or o...
Marshalltown City Hall will be closed on Friday, July 20th, due to the tornado damage that occurred on the 19th. Updates regarding operations for next week will be posted when available.
This will impact the following offices/services:
City code prohibits anything but rain from entering the municipal storm drain system. If you would like to discuss this further, need more information on stormwater management in our community or would like to report an illegal discharge of poll...
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Browse our Seasonal Activity Guide with a multitude of activities and information related to our parks and recreation items available. Enjoy the Marshalltown Area Aquatic Center (information of hours, admission, swim lessons and activities on pa...