News and Announcements
7/19/2016 15th and Monona intersection will be closed Wednesday, July 20th for sewer repairs, open Monday, July 25th .
7/12/2016 19th and Benton intersection will be closed to all traffic for repair for at least a week.
6/16/2016 Preliminary study of Iowa 17 in Boone County Discussed June 28 at United Community School’ to City’s Facebook and Website. Include a hyperlink to the DOT website: http://www.news.iowadot.gov/newsandinfo/2016/06/preliminary-study-of-iowa-17-in-boone-county-to-be-discussed-june-28-near-ames.html?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
6/8/2016 Benton St Improvements Public Notice Meeting
6/6/2016 Protect Yourself by the Boone Police Department June 22, 2016
Contact the Boone PD at 432-3465 or firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll in this free training/educational class.
6/1/2016 Crawford Street from 14th St to 17th St is being reconstructed this summer. Work will begin at the intersection of 14th St and Crawford St on Friday, June 3. The roadway will be closed for approximately 12-weeks. If you have any questions, please email: email@example.com.
6/1/2016 Mosquitos spraying will begin Thursday, June 2nd at dusk weather permitting and continue on Tuesday and Thursdays nights until cold weather. Questions email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 515-432-4211 ext 142.
5/23/2016 Consumer Confidence Report-A paper copy can be picked up at City Hall in the Central Business office between 8 am and 5 pm Mon-Fri.
See all of the reports at:
5/23/2016 Farmers Market Downtown Boone starts June 2nd
New location see details Here
5/17/2016 Garbage trucks will be allowed back in the alleys in the City of Boone effect 5/17/2016.
4/13/2016 Rental Code and Crime Free Housing Program
The City of Boone will be hosting an informational Open House for the proposed Rental Code and Crime Free Housing Program on Monday April 25th , 2016 from 5:30-7:00 pm in the City Hall Auditorium. During this event members of the community will have the opportunity to ask City Staff questions about the Rental Code and Crime Free Housing Program along with seeing the process for registering properties, inspection process, etc. Rental property owners are encourage to attend. For more information about this event you can contact Fire Chief Justin Adams at 432-3436 or email@example.com
4/11/2016 Community Dedication Award
To recognize individuals or groups whose passionate advocacy for the Community of Boone has fulfilled our goal of advancing the growth of the city of Boone.
PRESS RELEASE – 04/05/2016
The City of Boone, in partnership with Xenia Rural Water, is working with McClure Engineering Co. on a Source Water and Treatment Feasibility Study. The goal of the study is to identify methods to continue to provide safe drinking water during periods of high nitrate concentrations. This could be achieved through incorporating treatment processes to remove the nitrates, or by utilizing alternative water sources with lower nitrate concentrations. Results will be posted on City’s website when they are available.
4/4/2016 The City of Boone will begin flushing hydrants on Monday, April 11th weather permitting and continue until fall, please note that when flushing in your area you may experience dirty water.
4/1/2016 Destruction of Noxious Weeds and Growths within the City Limits of Boone. For further information go to the attached file:
Destruction of Noxious Weeds and Growths Within the City Limits of Boone, IA
3/28/2016 Boone County Landfill
Spring Yard Waste Days
Household* Hazardous Waste Clean Up Event
3/11/2016 Spring cleanup starts April 1st at the Linwood Park Cemetery in Boone. Residents with items at the Cemetery should collect these before the cleanup begins. Please follow this rule accordingly. Thank you from the staff of Linwood Park Cemetery.
2/19/2016 Garbage trucks will NO longer be allowed in the alleys in the City of Boone effect 2/19/2016 until further notice.
12/11/2015 Sidewalk Snow Ordinance
Residents are encouraged to note a recent change in the side walk snow removal procedures.
The Boone City ordinance requires that property owners remove snow and ice accumulations from sidewalks within 24 hours in commercial districts and 48 hours in residential districts following a snow event. Owners are also
required to maintain sidewalks clear of snow and ice.
New procedures in 2014 now require the City to publish notice in the news paper informing residents of these requirements, but no additional notice will be given prior to the City performing work for properties that fail to
comply. The City will cause the work to be completed and the charges will be assessed to the property taxes as a special assessment.
The penalties for failure to comply with these requirements for the 2015 -2016 winter season
are thirty dollars ($ 30) for an interior lot, fifty dollars ($50) for a corner lot for snow removal, fifty dollar ($50) civil penalty, and a five ($5) dollar administrative fee.
Property owners are encouraged to keep their sidewalks clear of snow and ice accumulation for the safety of the
users of our sidewalks. Questions may be directed to Community Service Officer Michael J. Salati Sr. at the Boone Police Department at 515-432-3456 during normal business hours Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.