Welcome to Madrid, Iowa
Community Pride -- a Sign of Progress!
 
Madrid City Hall
304 South Water St.
Madrid, IA 50156
phone: 515-795-3930
fax: 515-795-2333
 
Madrid's City Council: Appointed City Positions: Email
Mayor Jeff Gibbons
Ward 1 Steve Burich - Public Safety
Ward 2 Kurt Kruse - Utilities
Ward 3 Val Chapman - Policy
At-Large Lane Shaver - Mayor Pro-tem & Finance
At-Large Dave Cook - Streets
City Administrator/Clerk Todd Kilzer
Depuity City Clerk Mary Jo Reese
Treasurer Donald Fatka
Attorney Mike Mahoney
Attorney John Jordan
Fire Chief Ed Pecenka
Police Chief Richard Tasler

 

Council Minutes

 

Contact Phone Numbers
Emergency - 911 (Emergency Use ONLY)
Non Emergency - 515-433-0527 (Crime Reporting/Assistance)
Madrid Police Department - 515-795-3113
(Answering Machine - will return your call within 24 hrs)
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Community Room: 795-2703
Edgewood Park: 795-2714
Post Office - 795-2561
Public Library: 795-3846

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Alliant Energy - 800-255-4268
Black Hills Energy - 888-890-554 (800-694-8989 Emergency)
Boone County Humane Society - 765-485-8888 or 877-473-6722
Iowatelecom/Windstream - 611 or 877-901-4692
Mediacom - 866-755-2225
Walters Sanitary - 515-432-2866
Notices:
Open Burning: - Sept 20 , 2014 - Nov 16 , 2014
Yard Waste ONLY - Burning from Sunrise to Sunset

Public Notice - Parking in front of City Hall is limited to 15 minutes
Public Notice - Construction Work in Madrid - Building permits are required for much of the construction work done on a home or garage in Madrid.
Permits are needed on sheds larger then 100 square feet.
The best rule of thumb..is contact the Safe Builder or City Hall.

Fire Hydrant Flushing
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Watersalesman:
Street Closings:
Hazardous Waste Clean up Day:
Yard Waste Days: Boone County Landfill "Free of Charge" Yard Waste Processing TBA
Drug Dropoff Day -

Boone County Snow Ordinance

Effective Oct 11, 2010 Walters Sanitary Service will begin single source recycling.

Public Notice: Annual Dog and Cat Licenses at City Hall (proof of shots needed) $5.00 fee

Snow Removal: Boone County Snow Removal Ordinance - After a snowfall, snow removal starts between the hours of 7:30am to 4:00pm with paved roads first, followed by hard surfaces and gravel. When conditions deem necessary, crews will be out from 5:00am till dark. Paved roads will be sanded during regular working hours. Full Ordinance

Lawn Mowing Requirements: Maintaining Lawns and Weed Control The City of Madrid, in accordance with Ordinance #317 and the Municipal Code of Ordinances, Chapter 50 "Nuisance Abatement", has the authority to require property owners to maintain grass and weed growth to a maximum height of eight inches. This requirement applies to tenants and property owners alike and applies to both private property and public property referred to as "city parking" or" city terracing" maintained by the tenant or property owner. Tenants or property owners who do not maintain their properties as described will be sent a compliance request letter and afforded a five day time period to comply with the requirement. If compliance is not made, the city may abate the nuisance at a rate of $70.00 an hour with a two hour minimum charge or contract the work out to an independent contractor - which ever it prefers. Tenants and property owners will be sent a nuisance abatement letter just once a calendar year but will be obligated to maintain the property throughout the calendar year without future notices. Property maintenance and community beautification requires the efforts of everyone living within the community. If you know of a property that is not being mowed in accordance with these stipulations, please contact City Hall and we will take the steps necessary to obtain compliance. Todd D. Kilzer City Administrator/Clerk Public Works Director

Discharging of Grass/Weeds into the Street is Illegal

Official Notice:
Boone County Weed Notice (Iowa Code 317): Each owner and each person in possession or control of any lands in Boone County shall cut, burn or otherwise destroy all noxious weeds.Contact Boone County's Weed Commissioner for complete details of the ordinance.
Group 1: Leafy Spruge, Hoary Cress, Sour Dock, Smooth Dock, Red Sorrel & Musk Thistle May 20 - June 5, 2014
Group 2: Canada Thistle, Russian Knapweed, Buckhorn Plantain & Wild Mustard June 1 - June 16 , 2014
Group 3: Field Bindweed, Wild Carrot, Horsenettle, Perennial Sowthistle, Quackgrass, Puncturevine, Bull Thistle, Cocklebur, Wild Sunflower, Miltiflora Rose, Poison Hemlock, Velvetleaf, Tall Thistle & Teasel July 1 - July 15, 2014
Boone County Website: For addition Notices and Information http://www.co.boone.ia.us/

 


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