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There is an open forum toward the beginning of every regular City Council meeting, during which anyone may speak regarding any subject that is not on that night's agenda for consideration. If you are uncomfortable speaking before the council, you may email them or write a letter outlining your concerns and mail it to:
Mayor and Council MembersCity of Waukee230 W. Hickman RoadWaukee, IA 50263
Be certain to include your name, address and phone number. Anonymous complaints or concerns will not be forwarded to the Mayor and Council and therefore cannot be resolved. Direct email addresses and phone numbers can also be found at the link below.
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Community organizations are welcome to submit events to the City of Waukee Events Calendar. The City encourages submission of events which cater to the whole community such as pancake breakfasts, free concerts, ribbon cuttings and so on. The Events Calendar is not intended to promote private programming or sales initiatives, or to support a political party or candidate. The City has the right to decline any calendar submissions.
No. Waukee has a ban on open burning. If you wish to burn, you may apply for a variance with the Fire Department by calling 515-978-7998. Note - this ban does not apply to fire pits and barbecue grills. Read more about open burning and fire pits.
Yes. Dogs and cats must be licensed annually per City ordinance. The City of Waukee has a partnership with PetData to provide its residents with pet licenses. Visit PetData.com to set up a new license. Call 1-855-585-8157 toll-free with questions. 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. Learn more.
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.