News & Events


Donate to the Giving Tree
Help us stock the pantry shelves her in Springville by putting items under the Giving Tree. (December 3rd-20th)
Sponsored by Springville Elementary Student Council
The Giving Tree is a tradition at Springville Elementary where non-perishable items are brought in and placed under a tree at the elementary during the month of December. Items are then taken to the local food pantry in Springville to help our families locally.
Items that are needed at this time are:
toilet paper, paper plates & napkins, disposable cups & silverware, cereals, tuna & tuna helper, pasta, soups-box or canned
They DO NOT need any fruit or vegetables at this time.
Please send items in by December 20th!
Thank you for your generous support of our Springvilloe Community!
**To contact the elementary directly, please call 319-854-6195.**

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Future Cities Call for Supplies
The middle schoolers are in need of the following materials for the quickly approaching Oriole Pride Week in January:
paper towel rolls, yogurt containers, cleaned soda bottles, wrapping paper rolls, toilet paper rolls, oatmeal containers, cleaned milk containers, cardboard boxes, construction paper, wire, pipe cleaners, Legos, glue, fabric, hot glue guns and glue, popsicle sticks, packing tape, other clean recycled materials.
The middle school students and teachers would greatly appreciate your donation. donations can be delivered to Mr. Eastburn (room 205).
Thank you!
**To contact the MS or HS directly call 319-854-6196**

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Saturday December 29th 2018
Springville volleyball, basketball, cross country & track state qualifiers and archery teams from last year will be recognized for all their accomplishments.
The Springville Choir will be singing the National Anthem. Studio Dee and the High School Dance team will be performing
This is a Post Prom fundraiser, but all kids being honored get in free!
Ticket prices are $14.75, $16.75, & $18.75. depending on what section you choose. Credit cards, checks or cash are accepted. Online tickets are not available.
Ticket forms can be picked up at the Elementary, High School or Central Office or click on the link below.
Email completed forms to Jason Shaner or get the forms to Jaime Zaruba, Melissa Williams or Barb Hennings.
You will pick up your tickets at the Will Call the night of the game.

Rough Riders Ticket Form

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Stay off Cox Lake Due to Thin Ice.
The ice is not safe.
Due to the aerator, the ice does not freeze completely
No children, adults, or animals should venture out onto Cox Lake.
Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Thank you!

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Planning and Zoning Vacancy

We are looking for someone to fill a vacancy on the Planning & Zoning Commission.
The P&Z Commission consists of 5 members appointed by the Council. The Commission members shall be residents of the City and shall not hold any elective office in the City government.
This is a volunteer position for a 5 year term.
If interested, applications are available at the City Clerk's Office or you can click on the link below.
Please submit completed applications to the City Clerk's Office.

Board or Commission Application

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The City Clerk's Office will be closed:
Monday , December 24 & Tuesday, December 25
Monday, December 31 at noon & Tuesday, January 1
Wishing everyone a Happy & Safe Holiday Season!

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There is NO PARKING on the west side of 5th Street from Academy Street (school) to the north of the bridge. Parking is allowed on the east side of above mentioned area. This is to keep the kids from crossing into traffic while getting picked up from school.
Academy Street is now a one-way street going from Mill Ave to 5th Street. There is NO PARKING on the north side of Academy Street. This is for bus traffic only. There is now angle parking on the south side of Academy Street. The center lane is for through traffic only.
Please be aware of the new changes and help us to get the word out.

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You are cordially invited to the City Council Holiday Open House Monday, December 17th.
The City Council will have a short meeting beginning at 6:00 pm and will hold an open house for all to attend.
This is a great opportunity if you have wanted to meet your council.
Come and enjoy the holiday spirit!

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Reminder: Due to the Christmas and New Year Holidays being on Tuesday this year, garbage pick up will be on:
Wednesday 12/26/2018
Wednesday 01/02/2019
Reminder: Please do not place items out that cannot be recycled (ie: oil, store plastic bags, electronics). Wapsi Waste will not pick up any items that they cannot accept.
Thank you for your cooperation.

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Pancake Breakfast

Springville Orioles Archery Pancake Breakfast & Gift Wrapping
Sunday, December 16th
6:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Springville American Legion
Includes: Pancakes, Sausage Links, Applesauce, Orange Juice, Coffee, and Milk
$7.00 per person (age 3 and under free)
Gift Wrapping - Free Will Donation
Thank you for your support!

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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.

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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 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.

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Stray/Feral Cats

The City of Springville is asking all residents to NOT feed or harbor stray/feral cats.

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Donations needed. Please check expiration dates on food items. SANSI is unable to accept expired foods.
Paper products
Beans (no green beans needed)
Cream of mushroom soup
Canned fruit

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Use of City Attorney

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.

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SANSI Senior Meal

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!

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Sallys Senior Meals

Senior Meals are served at Sallys the 1st and 3rd wednesdays of each month.

Only $3.50 for meal and beverage.

Sally on Broadway

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Your Feedback Needed

We have been updating t his website a bunch in 2017. Your comments are welcome. Let us know what you think!

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 Springville City Hall   304 Broadway        Mail to: PO Box 347  Springville, IA 52336   319-854-6428
 Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 12:00 pm, 12:30 - 4:00 pm
 Phone: (319) 854-6428         Fax: (319) 854-6443         Email:
 Springville City Hall   304 Broadway      
 Mail to: PO Box 347  Springville, IA 52336   319-854-6428
 Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am - 12 pm, 1 - 5 pm
 Phone: (319) 854-6428       
 Fax: (319) 854-6443