Wesley, Iowa. Quality Life in the Heartland
Wesley, Iowa. Quality Life in the Heartland

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City Government

City Hall
105 2nd St S
PO Box 215
Wesley, IA 50483

Marla Wingert, City Clerk
Office Hours:
Monday-Friday ~ 8:00-11:30am, 12:30-4:30pm
Phone Number: 515-679-4292
weschall@ncn.net


Mayor
Cell:
Landline:
Email:
Duane Larson
515-341-4335
515-379-4150
digger516@gmail.com
Mayor Pro-tem Sue Golwitzer
City Clerk/
Water Superintendent
Marla Wingert 
Deputy Clerk Stephanie Ricke
Public Works Lance Ludwig
Assistant Public Works Adam Klein
City Attorney Paul Doster

 

 
City Council
Meets 1st Monday of every month
6:30 pm at City Hall
Dave Neuroth
515-679-4433
Sue Golwitzer
515-679-4162
golwitzr@ncn.net
Charles Bills
515-571-6384
Kirsty Riggert
515-341-6324
Merlin Studer
515-679-4462
 

City Council Appointments: For 2016 & 2017
Parks/Recreation Kirsty Riggert, Chuck Bills
Nuisances Kirsty Riggert, Sue Golwitzer
Sidewalks Dave Neuroth, Chuck Bills
Public Works Merlin Studer, Sue Golwitzer

 

 


Utilities

Water System: The City’s water supply is provided by 2 deep wells. There is no treatment. In 2002 the City began a water main improvement project. Approximately 6874 feet of new 6 inch main have been installed. An additional 11 fire hydrants were able to be installed . Cost of this phased was $231,600.

There are approximately 8430 feet in the next two phases. The time frame is unknown, depending upon financing capabilities.

With monthly sampling requirements being met and DNR inspections routinely made, the system is compliant with all DNR regulations.

Water Rates:
1st 1,000  is $12.50 (minimum bill) 
All over 1,000   $3.50/1,000

Sewer System: The City’s sanitary sewer system is a three cell lagoon system. It serves all developed areas in the community. Monthly monitoring during discharge periods (spring & fall) have been compliant with DNR regulations and their routine inspections keep the system in compliance.

Sewer Rates: 2015
First 1,000 gallons $12.86
All over 1,000 is $2.50 per 1,000 gallons.

Garbage & Recycling: The City provides weekly pick-up for residential and commercial customers on Tuesday mornings. Each bag or item over the allowable one per week must have a tag attached (they are available at Clerk’s Off ice for $1.50) Recycling is every other Tuesday (a yearly calendar and information sheet is available at the Clerk’s office)

Other Utility Providers
 
  Electric
Alliant Energy
800-255-4268
  Natural Gas
Mid American Energy
888-427-5632
       
  Telephone
Century Link
800-244-1111
  Internet Service
Northwest Communications
800-249-5251