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If the gas odor is strong, leave the premises right away and call 911 from a mobile phone or neighbor's phone.1212. Gas Department
New Construction - Once an inside pressure test has been inspected and passed with the Code Compliance Inspectors and has been hard piped from the house to the meter and bonded, contact the Public Works Office at 515-978-7920 to schedule a pin pull and turn on. The Gas Department will perform a 5-minute no-flow check on the meter; if it passes, the meter will remain turned on. If it fails, the Gas Department will turn off and lock the meter.
For residents with 2016 pet licenses, PetData will send renewal letters in the mail following that launch date. For first-time licenses, visit PetData.com or call 1-855-585-8157 toll-free.
Dog and cat licenses cost $15 for altered pets and $25 for unaltered pets. Waukee residents are required to license pets annually per City ordinance. A proof of rabies vaccination is required. Visit PetData's website.
If the gas odor is strong, leave the premises right away and call 911 from a mobile phone or neighbor's phone.
Hard copy proof of residency (electronic copies are not accepted) include property tax statement, utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check, or other government document.
Proof of identity is a current, valid photo ID that contains an expiration date. Some valid identification documents are driver's license, non-driver identification card, U.S. passport, U.S. military ID, ID card issued by employer, or Iowa high school or college ID. Click here to register to vote electronically.
The Dallas County Board of Supervisors set November 7, 2017 as the date for a countywide referendum on a one-cent local option sales tax. The tax would be collected on a countywide basis and would be distributed to communities through a formula based on population and prior taxable valuations.
Current projections show that Waukee would receive approximately $2 million annually from the local option sales tax.
Half, or approximately $1 million, of the annual revenues would be used to finance $10.8 million in parks and trails improvements throughout the community over a four-year period.
The City would escrow half, or approximately $1 million, of the annual revenues and use them to offset future tax increases necessary to finance a new Public Safety Building which is scheduled to be completed in 2025.
Local option sales tax funds are the best source of funds for park projects because the City receives the funds soon after they are collected. The $1 million annual funding stream can support debt service payments for borrowing $10.8 million for park improvements which can be constructed over a four-year period. Sales tax revenues will enable the City to accelerate park and trail improvements.
The funds recently committed to the community by Apple will be received in small amounts in the early years of the project and will increase as more buildings are constructed. The first $5 million received over a four-year period will be used to support the $9 million cost of constructing the Waukee Youth Sports Complex.
The City’s current Capital Improvement Plan is focused on street widening and extensions, leaving a limited amount of funds for park improvements. In the past five years, the average funds spent on park improvements totaled approximately $300,000 per year - not enough to meet the demand for new and improved park facilities.
There is a $10 per card charge. A valid ID is required. Only cash or checks are accepted.
If the gas odor is strong, leave the premises right away and call 911. Gas Emergency
A ROW or Utility Permit can be obtained from the Public Works Department located at 805 University Avenue. Click on the link for a copy of the ROW/Utility Permit Application and pertinent information.
For deceased animals, contact the Public Works Department at 515-978-7920.
If the gas odor is strong, leave the premises right away and call 911.