SNOW REMOVAL ORDINANCE

PARKING:  Vehicles shall NOT be parked or left standing on any part of a public street during any times when snow removal operations are in progress and before such operations have resulted in the removal or clearance of snow or ice from streets. Snow removal operations will begin when there is an accumulation of at least ONE INCH of snow. 

SIDEWALKS: Property owner shall remove snow, ice and accumulations promptly from sidewalks.  If property owner fails to remove snow, ice or accumulations with 24 hours from end of snow event, the City may do so and assess the costs against the property owner.

DUMPING OF SNOW:  It is unlawful for any person to throw, push or place any snow from private property, sidewalks or driveway into the street.  Snow must remain on property.   

City Staff – Best Resource in Huxley!

Now you can put a face to that call or email you have had with a city employee.  See the listing below of city staff and their positions.

From Left to Right, Back Row:

Nate Albaugh – Police Officer, Gerry Stoll – Sargeant, Joe Marchesano – Police Officer, Mark Pote – Police Chief, Nate Brockman – Wastewater Superintendent, Mat Kahler – Street Superintendent, Jeff Peterson – Public Works Director

Front Row:

Heather Denger – Parks and Recreation Administrative Assistant/Fitness Instructor, A.J. Strumpfer – Utility 2, Rocky Smith – Parks Superintendent, Keith Vitzthum – Assistant Public Works Director, Lisa Wheeler – Administrative Assistant, Jolene Lettow – City Clerk/Finance Officer, Amy Kaplan – Utility Clerk/Deputy City Clerk, Cathy VanMaanen – Library Director

DO NOT FLUSH

Please dot not flush baby wipes, disinfectant wipes or feminine hygiene products.  Such products can clog the city’s sewer system which could result in backup problems inside homes, businesses, etc.

 

 

 

Call Before Digging

The City of Huxley wants all resident to be safe. There are dangers lurking underground! Remember to call Iowa One Call at 811 before you dig. Iowa One Call will arrange to have your yard marked free of charge. Flags or paint correspond with specific underground services. Below is the key:

  • Red – Electric
  • Yellow – Gas, oil, steam
  • Orange – Communication, CATV
  • Blue – Water
  • Green – Sewer
  • Pink – Temporary survey markings
  • White – Proposed excavation