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.
American Legion Post 331 Springville, Iowa Wild Game Feed
Doors Open at 5:00 pm
1st Prize - $1,000.00, 2nd Prize - $500.00
3rd Prize - $500.00, 4th Prize - $500.00
Donation $10.00 or 3 for $20.00
Must be 21 to Enter
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.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE SPRINGVILLE ARCHERY TEAMS!
The Archery teams will be moving on to Nationals held May 10th -12th in Louisville Kentucky.
The High School finished 12th out of 28 teams in the bullseye competition and 7th out of 20 teams in the 3D competition. Holden Cordes finished 10th in the High School Boys division shooting a 287 out of 300.
The Middle School was 16th out of 28 teams in the bullseye competition and 6th out of 14 teams in the 3D competition. Kailee Jacobs finished 8th in the state for the Middle School girls division shooting a 283 out of 300.
More information regarding the date and time they will be shooting will be available on April 12th.
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.
Springville American Legion Auxiliary Unit 331 Spring Breakfast
April 21, 2018 at the American Legion Hall
Serving 7 am to 11 am
MENU: Biscuits and gravy, sausage, scrambled eggs and pancakes
Annual fund raiser to support the Auxiliary Girl's State program.
This year, Junior's Emily Robertson, Hannah Stuppi, and Cecelia LaGrange are being sent to the Girl's State at Drake University on June 17-22. This will be our first time participants are being sent.d
More information will be provided in the April Newsletter.
Per Springville City Ordinace 55.08 Dangerous Animals:
Dangerous Animals Prohibited. No person shall keep, shelter or harbor, for any purpose within the City Limits, a dangerous animal.
"Dangerous animal" includes the following:
Pit bulls, badgers, wolverines, weasels, skunks, mink, otters, raccoons, pandas, kinkajous, bats, opossums, beavers, civets, mongooses, fire ants, Africanized strains of the honey bee, venomous spiders or scorpions.
Other dangerous animals are prohibited and regulated by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship.
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 Clerk's office to schedule inspections.
City Clerk's Office 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.
Call for Volunteers!
Are you interested in helping set the direction for growth in Springville? Would you be willing to serve now?
The Planning & Zoning Commission make recommendations to the City Council regarding rezoning, preliminary and final plats, site plans and certain ordinance changes.
The Commission reviews applications in accordance with approved regulations pertaining to all zoning districts within the City of Springville. The Commission helps determine the character of districts and their unique suitability for particular uses, with a view toward conserving the value of buildings, encouraging the most appropriate use of land throughout the City.
The Commission typically meets less than once a month and would only require a few hours of your time.
Do your part to help Springville grow right!
Give a call to City Hall!
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.