Full length video available above under "Our Community"
TWO COUNCIL MEMBERS AND MAYOR
The City of Huxley is now accepting applications to fill two vacant council seats and the mayor's seat. City Council governs with five council members and one mayor. Council members serve a four year term while the mayor serves a two year term. Council meetings are held twice monthly: on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. The City Council and mayor seats expire at the end of this year. ELECTION DAY IS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. Deadline to file nomination papers is 5:00pm on Thursday, September 17. Nomination papers can be picked up at the Story County Auditor's office in Nevada. For questions please contact the Auditor's office at 515-382-7210.
CONSTRUCTION, CONSTRUCTION, CONSTRUCTION
Main Avenue Storm Sewer Project
Project has been delayed due to rain. Main Avenue will not be open before school starts. However, plans are to open specific sidewalks for pedestrians/school children. Visit school website for bus routes, detours, etc.
Hwy 69 Update
NORTHBOUND - Hwy. 69 from Huxley to Ames is tentatively scheduled to open September 5th.
DOT web site/detour maps: http://www.iowadot.gov/travel.html#/highwayconstruction
GET YOUR PASSPORTS AT CITY HALL
The City of Huxley is an authorized passport agency. Hours of service are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. No appointments necessary. Anyone 16 years or older wanting a passport must have a drivers license and original birth certificate. Minors (15 and younger) will need both parents to be present and have drivers license and child’s birth certificate. Cost of a passport is $110 (minors are $80) plus a $35 execution fee that includes a passport photo. Process is simple and easy to do.
Plenty of mulch available at the city's water plant at 1721 East First Street (just east of I-35). Residents can pick up the mulch for FREE anytime Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.