Wednesday, June 20th at 7:00 AM
5th St. N will be closed to thru traffic, local traffic only for the remainder of the project. This will also close the intersections of Mill Ave and Academy Street.
Monday, June 25th from 9:00AM-3:00PM
Water will be shut down. This will affect from the 5th St. bridge to 2nd Ave residents. Other residents will experience low pressure, possible stained water. Rain date will be Tuesday, June 26th.
We will continue to update you if there are any changes. You can check out our city website, Facebook, the public access channel.
On June 12, 2018 Mayor Roger Shebetka of Springville, in the county of Linn in the state of Iowa, did sign Ordinance 03-2018, an ordinance amending the code of ordinances of the City of Springville, Iowa, 2016 by amending partially sections of Chapter 41. Ordinance 03-2018 defines classes of fireworks for consumer use and limits their use to private property on July 4th from the hours of 4PM until 11PM only.
Ordinance 03 2018
Personal use of fireworks are allowed only on July 4th between the hours of 4PM and 11PM.
Springville Ordinance 03-2018 states that consumer fireworks (fire crackers, rockets, candles, whistlers, etc.) are banned for use within the City limits at any other time.
Using fireworks on public property is also prohibited. Please only use fireworks on private property.
Please help us keep Springville safe while we celebrate the birth of our nation this Fourth of July!
Novelty fireworks, such as snakes, poppers, and smokers are not banned.
Complete details on the new City law on fireworks are available in the link below:
Please DO NOT swim in Cox Lake. The lake has not been kept sterilized to the standard needed for people to swim in.
The fish, however, in Cox Lake have been stocked and are available for your pole and bobber. Please make sure to release what you catch (unless you catch that king predator Northern Pike).
Congratulations to the Springville athletes who participated in the 2018 State Track Meet!
Girls: 4 X 400 Relay (Madi Wagaman, Kylie Hanshaw, Nichole Kane & Rylee Menster) - finished 19th in the state with a time of 4:18.92. Sprint Medley (Kali Spicer, Megan Pearson, Madi Wagaman & Rylee Menster) - finished 9th with a time of 1:53.73. Came into relays ranked 20th. High Jump ( Alyssa Jaeger) - finished 16th with a jump of 4 feet 9 inches. Long Jump (Rylee Menster) - finished 3rd with a jump of 17 feet 4 inches. 200 M Dash (Rylee Menster) - finished 9th with a time of 26.57.
Boys: 4 X 800 Relay (Zach March, Alex Koppes, Jack Hoogland & Caleb Christiansen) - finished 16th with their personal best time of 8:33.33. Distance Medley ( Zach March, Zane Taube , Jack Hoogland, & Caleb Christiansen).
Congratulations to all participants on a great season.
Click on the attached June Newsletter for a picture of the participants.
The middle school team shot a 3105 finishing 186th out of 255 teams in bullseye, beating some area Mt. Vernon & Central City. In 3D they shot a 1545 finishing 79th of 108 Teams. Congratulations to Evan Robertson who shot a 282 personal best finishing 37th place. He was only one point shy of 30th place to qualify for the Worlds.
The High School Team shot a 3289 finishing 95th of 237 Teams. They were 56 points out of 50th place, but beat area teams including Anamosa, North Linn, Mt. Vernon & Bellevue. In 3D they shot a 1615 finishing 63rd of 105 teams.
Great Job Springville Archers!
Team pictures can be viewed by clicking on the June Newsletter.
Starting July 3, 2018 garbage pick up will be on Tuesdays.
Wapsi Waste is our new vendor and will not require tags. You can put out unlimited recycling and two(2) garbage cans per week (40 lb. limit). You can continue to use your current recycling bin.
The cost to you is $7.50 for garbage and recycling/yard waste will stay at $9.25. This will now be on your water bill, beginning on the August bill.
On May 23, 2018 Mayor Roger Shebetka of Springville, in the county of Linn in the state of Iowa, did sign Ordinance 01-2018, an ordinance amending the code of ordinances of the City of Springville, Iowa, by amending section 165.19. Ordinance 02-2018 is on file at the office of the City Clerk. Ordinance 02-2018 modifies the M2 Heavy Industrial District zoning permitted principal uses and structures to include quarries.
Ordinance 02 2018
On May 23, 2018 Mayor Roger Shebetka of Springville, in the county of Linn in the state of Iowa, did sign Ordinance 04-2018, an ordinance amending the code of ordinances of the City of Springville, Iowa, by amending partially sections of Chapter 165. Ordinance 04-2018 is on file at the office of the City Clerk. Ordinance 04-2018 governs the land uses that exist on territory being annexed by the City of Springville.
Ordinance 04 2018
On May 23, 2018 Mayor Roger Shebetka of Springville, in the county of Linn in the state of Iowa, did sign Ordinance 01-2018, an ordinance amending the code of ordinances of the City of Springville, Iowa, by amending partially sections of Chapter 92, Chapter 99, and Chapter 105. Ordinance 01-2018 is on file at the office of the City Clerk. Ordinance 01-2018 sets the rates for service on water, sewer, recycling, and garbage as well as providing a mechanism for Council to increase rates annually to account for inflationary pressures.
Ordinance 01 2018
The Exchange State Bank is sponsoring a "Shred Day"
Drop off any of your unwanted documents and old files to be shred at no charge
Friday, June 22nd 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Saturday, June 23rd 9:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M.
At the Exchange State Bank (253 Broadway, Springville, IA 52336)
Open to the Public
Deter Identify Theft By Destroying:
.Credit Card Solicitations
.Tax Documents Past 7 Years
.Old Utility and Credit Card Statements
It is recommended for the machine to shred rubber bands, staples, Acco fasteners & paper clips. Cannot accept 3 ring binders or cardboard materials.
The Springville CODE OF ORDINANCES 2016 is available online. These copy of the Code represents all City ordinances through 2016.
A paper copy, with the most up-to-date details is available for your review at City Hall during regular business hours.
CODE OF ORDINANCES 2016
Monday, April 23rd, weather permitting, the 5th St Project will begin.
Due to the construction, 5th St. will become a ONE WAY street from the South (1st Ave) going North (bridge).
If at all possible, please avoid traveling on 5th St.
We appreciate your patience.
It is Spring and time to clean up the Springville Cemetery.
Please remove any faded, worn and Holiday decorations from the Springville Cemetery.
No glass containers are permitted.
Planting of bushes, shrubs, trees, flowers, or plants is not allowed.
Easter Lillies and such decorations will be removed two weeks following Easter.
All floral arrangements without a vase will be removed two weeks following Memorial Day.
In order to be able to properly maintain the cemetery and looking good, please keep decorations to a minimum and no larger than 40 inches in width.
We have been receiving reports that the the Yard Waste Site usage is being violated.
Residents pay for the Yard Waste Site service on their water bills.
If you are a resident that is having work done and someone else will be using this site on your behalf, please contact City Hall at 319 854-6428 with this information.
Non-Residents need to haul their yard waste to the Landfill.
Thank you for your cooperation.
It's golf cart season again in Springville!
Be sure to keep your eyes open for golf carts around town. Golf carts are energy efficient, cheaper to buy and maintain than regular cars, and a whole bunch of fun to drive. Springville licenses the use of golf carts, UTVs, and ATVs on city streets. These vehicles must have a slow moving vehicle sign and a safety flag at least 5 feet high.
To get or renew your license stop by City Hall or call 854-6428. Golf Cart Permits must be renewed/current in order to be driven in Springville.
There are several ways for you to enjoy the City's Newsletter.
We can mail you a copy for only $7.00 for the year, you can get on our email list, you can read it online on our website www.ci.springville.ia.us or pick up a free copy at:
Casey's, Sprinville Station, Security State Bank, Exchange State Bank, Springville Memorial Library, Deb's Beauty Nook, or City Hall.
Street contstruction on 5th Street will begin April 2018 and is expected to go through August 2018. The City is making improvements to the sewer and street.
If possible, avoid the area, please use Broadway during this time.
Contact City Hall at 319-854-6428 if you have any questions regarding on this project.
Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation.
Smooth, beautiful new roadway, high quality curbs, sidewalks, traffic safety improvements, better water supply, larger storm sewer capacity, and fancy new pedestrian lights making it safer for kids getting to school.
5th Street will be down to one lane for much of the construction. Some periods 5th Street will even be closed to through traffic.
Please be patient and drive safely with the construction and crews while Springville makes better and safer roads.
Please contact the City Hall to schedule inspections.
City Hall phone 319 854-6428
We would appreciate 24 notice before the time you would like the inspection(s) scheduled so that we can coordinate the time with the City of Marion.
Inspection times are from 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. or 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The City Attorney is not for use by private citizens
The City of Springville wants to make it clear that the City Attorney should not be responding to direct requests from citizens by phone, email, postal mail, or other forms which result in billable hours for the City.
Further, the City of Springville wishes to let it be known that no conflict of interest or appearance of conflict of interest exist by direct communication with citizens without City of Springville’s approval.
If unauthorized communication occurs which causes billable time by the City Attorney, the City Attorney is directed to notify the City of the amount of time and any costs associated with such communication. The fees incurred by unauthorized contact of the City Attorney by citizens will result in an invoice to that citizen from the City.