City of St. Charles, Iowa
City of St. Charles, Iowa
Creative minds wanted! We are considering updating the tagline (or motto) of STC. Its currently "Gateway to the Bridges". If you have an idea, input on what you might like to see, or if you love the current one, please let us know! You can respond to this post, email us at stccity@netins.net, or send us a PM.
City of St. Charles, Iowa
City of St. Charles, Iowa
Topic: City Council Meeting
Time: Oct 5, 2020 06:30 PM Central Time

Join Zoom Meeting:
https://zoom.us/j/92652691107?pwd=MTdyUTFncHNvNm1oL0NZM0JNeUhrQT09

Meeting ID: 926 5269 1107
Passcode: 572032

+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

Meeting ID: 926 5269 1107
Passcode: 572032
City of St. Charles, Iowa
City of St. Charles, Iowa
Please check and ensure your house numbers are readable and not covered by trees/shrubs. This is vital to ensure our Fire and Rescue departments can find you in case of emergency! 🚑🚒💯
City of St. Charles, Iowa
City of St. Charles, Iowa
The City of St. Charles is seeking applicants to operate a snowplow truck and salt spreader. Must have at least a Class B CDL license, clean driving record, and the ability to pass a drug screen.
Previous snowplow operation preferred. Snowplow and equipment provided.
The deadline to apply is 10/5/2020
Please contact City Hall at 641-396-2545 or e-mail stccity@netins.net.
City of St. Charles, Iowa
City of St. Charles, Iowa
2020 Community Survey

Winterset, Iowa: Madison County Historical Society (MCHS) today announced the launch of a Community Survey, in conjunction with a new 2020 Strategic Plan. The Community Survey is a tool to help MCHS understand the needs of the Madison County community and the survey offers an opportunity for MCHS to hear from our Madison County Community. The survey feedback will help MCHS make changes and improvements that directly impact our community.

“Madison County Historical Society (MCHS) is in the process of completing a strategic plan. A major piece of this process is community input. MCHS is here to serve Madison County and we want to know what you think,” says Jared McDonald, Museum Director at MCHS.

Feedback will help MCHS to make changes that might include:

• Traveling exhibits
• Exhibits by decades
• Improvements to the grounds
• And more

The Community Survey will be available on the MCHS website: www.historyonthehill.com
or via the link on MCHS Facebook page.
The direct link is: https://forms.gle/zozCMmcNZGHpraaV9. For more information please contact MCHS at 515-462-2134 or email us at mchistory@historyonthehill.com