The Springville Memorial Library will have a vacancy on the Board of Trustees starting June 30, 2020
One City Board Member (6 year term)
Public Library Boards have five primary roles:
1) Advocate for the library in the community and advocate for the community as a member of the library board.
2) Plan for the future of the library.
3) Plan for the future of the library.
4) Set library policies.
5) Hire and evaluate the library director.
If you are interested in being appointed by the Mayor and City Council to fill this vacancy, please fill out the application.
Paperwork may be picked up at the library . Completed paperwork is due in the library by June 5, 2020.
Library Board application
A bridge replacement project is scheduled to start the week of May 25, 2020 on Central City Road. The project is expected to last 3-4 months.
Central City Road will be closed to all traffic at the bridge location. A detour will be posted for this project and drivers are encouraged to find an alternate route.
NOTICE: It has also been brought to our attention that more garbage is being put out than is allowed. The City has contracted with Wapsi Waste to pick up only 2 cans of garbage per week/per household. Each can should weigh no more than
approximately 35 pounds.
We understand that with more people being at home and having time to do some cleaning out more garbage is being produced. Wapsi Waste will NOT be picking up excess garbage that is set out, or containers heavier than the 35 lbs.
If you have large quantities, we will try to work with Wapsi Waste to get this worked out prior to pick up. Please call City Hall at 854-6428
During these difficult times many people have a lot of questions and concerns on how to deal with issues and situations due to COVID 19.
Your cooperation in following the guidelines outlined by the CDC and Governor Kim Reynolds will help all of us as a community.
We will get through this together!
Please click on the link below for more information regarding the Health and Community resources available to answer some of your questions and assist you in your needs.
Health & Community Resources
County Home Road Improvement Project scheduled to begin April 6, 2020.
County Home Road will soon be under construction from N Center Point Road to the bridge over Indian Creek 1/2 mile west of Highway 13. Construction improvements include concrete paving, the addition of right and left turn lanes, and single lane roundabouts at the C Avenue Extension and Alburnett Road intersections.
County Home Road is now closed to through traffic between Gilmore Road and Highway 13. Only local traffic, those who live within the area, are allowed to enter the work zone.
Access will be available for local traffic (those who live or work on County Home Road). Through traffic will need to use an alternate route.
Please click on the link below for information about the County Home Road Improvement Project.
County Home Road Improvement Project
REMINDER: COMPLETE YOUR CENSUS FORM ON LINE, BY PHONE OR BY MAIL.
Your responses to the 2020 Census are CONFIDENTIAL
Responding to the census helps communities get the funding they need and helps businesses make data-driven decisions that grow the economy. Census data impact our daily lives, informing important decisions about funding for services and infrastructure in our community, including health care, senior centers, jobs, political representation, roads, schools, and businesses. More than $675 billion in federal funding flows back to states and local communities each year based on census data.
If you are a Springville resident*, and are currently or permanently unable to leave your home, request an application for home delivery. Have books, magazines, and movies delivered, and picked up, free of charge!
Call Treva Davis at 319-854-6950
*Applicants must live within city limits.
Click on the link below for more information and a Home Delivery Program Application.
Springville Library Home Delivery Program
Linn County Elections is recruiting about 700 new workers for 2020. Having a full complement of well-trained poll workers is vital to the smooth and fair conduct of all elections and this will be a very important year.
Precinct Election Officials - "PEOs", earn $200+ on Election Day for assisting their fellow voters in compliance with current elections laws and also get paid for mileage and training. Additional information and an online application are available via linncounty.org/402.
Come join us for Sansi Lunch!
2nd and 4th Wednesdays at Sansi.
Meal 11:30AM to Noon, Activity Noon to 2PM.
$3.50 charge for meal and beverage.
Bring a Friend!
Call SANSI at 319-854-6100 at least 24 hours in advance so your meal can be ordered.