City Begins Search for New Police Officer

The City of Huxley is accepting applications for a police officer.  New officer will work the evening shift with starting pay at $25.23 per hour plus benefits.  Application and resume can be submitted to Chief Stoll at or dropped off at City Hall, 515 N. Main Avenue in Huxley.  Application and resume must be submitted by October 5, 2020.   See links below for application and job description.

Job Application

Job Description

For further information please contact City Hall at 515-597-2561, ext. 204



City Plans for Expansion of Water Treatment Facility

Huxley Residents,

This summer brought us the City’s first water conservation order back in July. The decision was made by City Council due to nearing inability to keep up with production at the plant with the high level of usage.

What we tried to provide on the city’s website, social media and citizen calls the last few months was an explanation of what had occurred and what we were working through.

We are bringing some additional information on the work that’s been done on this matter since this spring and placing it in a prominent and easily accessible place on our website.  Please follow the links below!  This issue will be on the City Council agenda again on September 22nd.

Contact us with any questions!

City Administrator’s Council Communication

WTP Expansion Handout at 5.12.20 Work Session

WTP Expansion Handout at 8.25.20 Council Meeting

Graph of Huxley Water Treatment Plant Pumpage from 2018 to 2020.

Huxley Debt Book






Yard Waste Accepted at City of Ames

The City of Huxley does not accept yard waste.

No Charge Yard Waste Days will be held this Fall on October 31st, November 7th, 21st and 28th from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at GreenRU (formerly Chamness Technology), at 400 Freel Drive in east Ames.  Residents may dispose of yard waste (including brush) at no charge during this event.  Commercial customers will not receive free service these days, but may still pay to use the site.

Those participating in No Charge Yard Waste Days are asked to enter the site from Dayton Road west onto SE 5th Street, north on Freel Drive to the site, and exit to the north on Freel Drive to Lincoln Way. Participants should follow GreenRU’s rules for proper yard waste disposal. For additional information or questions, call GreenRU at 515-450-0450 and leave a message.

Yard waste is not accepted at the Resource Recovery Plant (RRP).