Disconnect day is May 23 for unpaid bills.

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Disposal Question?

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Submit Streetlight Repair Request

Submit a Tree Trimming Request

Spring Clean Up
Saturday, May 19 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Spring Cleaning Appliance Drop Location
Saturday, May 26 8:00 AM until noon only
Holiday Cemetery & Grave Site Decorations
In preparation for the holiday grave site clean-up, please click here for more information.
1994 Thomas Built Bus For Bid
Minimum bid accepted will be $1,000.00. Bids will be accepted until noon on May 25. Bids will be opened at 4:00 PM on May 25 and the winning bidder will be notified at that time.
Public Workshop Notice
City of Bondurant to Hold a Community Workshop on the Regional Commercial Master Plan for NE 72nd Street
ROAD CLOSURE: 300 Blk. of 3rd St SE
Starting Tuesday May 8th, 2018 (weather permitting) 3rd St. SE will be closed to thru traffic for the replacement of the District 30 drainage tile. PLEASE AVOID this area - both pedestrian and vehicle traffic - expected to be closed for approximately 7 days.
Under Construction
Work being done in town. Keep yourself posted here.
Don't Blow it into the Street!
Blowing or leaving grass clippings and other debris in the street during yard maintenance doesn’t just look bad, it’s ILLEGAL.
Licensing is required, so ask them to show you a city issued badge. If they do not have a badge and after they exit the premises contact Polk County Sherriff’s office at 515-286-3333.
Be Responsible For Your Furry Friends!
Hello! Just wanted you to be informed about Polk County Animal Control. The City of Bondurant wants to encourage all pet owners to keep track of their furry friends. If a call is made to PCAC and the pet's owner is determined there are fees incurred. When you pick up your pet a fee is collected and once the city is billed for services rendered another billing is sent to the pet owner. This is not ideal, but it's the pet owners responsibility to keep their pet under control. Please keep this in mind for the future.