Are you interested in helping set the direction for growth in Springville? Would you be willing to serve now?
Daryl Pearson and Chip Fowler have resigned from the Planning and Zoning Commission. Springville thanks them both for their years of hard work and service.
Do your part to help Springville grow right!
Give a call to City Hall!
The 14th Annual Car Show will be on August 19th, 2017.
Trophies for Best in Show, Peoples Choice, Mayors Choice, Sheriff Choice, and Church Choice.
See all the fancy cars at St. Isidore Church in Springville.
Free entry with a donation of canned food.
Car Show Flyer
Saturday, August 12
10 AM Parade
9:00 am: Entries line up at the Springville High School, 400 Academy Street
No registration needed. Parade Route: Parade will travel on Mill Avenue east from the high school. From the corner of Mill Ave and Broadway route goes north on Broadway, west on 3rd Ave and south on 5th Street.
Sponsored by the Springville Parks Board.
Contacts: Sarah Hand 319-210-9199 or Teresa Pilipovic 319-651-1843
This year’s dance marathon will be held on Saturday, August 12th at the high school gym.
This year’s proceeds will be going to the Austin Strong Foundation to help in the fight against childhood cancer. The organization is hoping to raise $5,000.
The event will be for incoming 6th graders thru 20 year olds.
There will be music, dancing, dodgeball and many other activities.
If you are interested in sponsoring or donating to this event, please contact JP Kane at 515-408-1326 or Megan Wagaman at 319-491-2252.
On August 12, 2017 at 8:00 am the Springville Extreme Quarry Run will kick off. Runners will travel through beautiful downtown Springville, Iowa, head west of town and traverse the steep descent into the working Wendling Quarry. While in the depths of the quarry you will travel through a tunnel, blasted through the rock under Highway 151, turn around, come back through the tunnel and back up the aggressive ascent before finishing back in town.
Awards will be given to top finishers of the 6K, along with technical shirts and a chance to win door prizes for all paid participants!
Quarry Run Website
Not only is keeping your lawn mowed about keeping the community looking good, but it is also about public safety.
The city ordinance is that your lawn must remain under twelve (12) inches. You will be notified by city hall if your yard is in violation, at which point you will have fourteen (14) days to be in compliance.
If you need assistance in mowing your lawn, please call City Hall and we can get you names of local residents who can be hired at a more affordable rate than the penalty for not mowing.