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The city of Huxley is currently accepting applications for the following fulltime positions:
Public Works Employee II-Parks Job Announcement (position open until filled)
Public Works Employee I Job Announcement (position open until filled)
Construction has begun on Highway 69. The North project is from Highway 210 to Ames. The length of this project is 55 working days.
The South project will be from Highway 210 to Ankeny and the length of this project is 88 working days.
Additional information will be posted to the DOT web site at:
As further information is received we will post to the City’s web site.
Highway 69 Project Update
Manatt’s is sceduled to begin pavement widening and milling in town this week depending on equipment availability. Manatt's would like to get all the work done behind the curb in the next few weeks.
PCI is working on the culvert replacements located in the section of construction heading north from Huxley to Ames. Once culvert replacements are completed (hopefully the week of June 22-26) Manatt’s will start putting choke stone down so they can start paving.
Update June 24
Manatt’s is hoping to start placing asphalt widening where they have been preparing near Fareway. Manatt’s has indicated they will be focusing on getting the work done in town before turning to the bigger stretch north of town.
As for north of town, they are working on the last culvert location on the far north end. Once the culvert is completed Manatt's will start rubblizing the pavement and placing the choke stone. Once those operations get far enough ahead of what the paving crew can do they will start putting base down. These plans and the rate of progress will all depend on the weather.
As of June 2nd, Main Avenue wil be closed to through traffic between Lynwood and Preston. Detour from Highway 69 will be Lynwood to 5th Avenue where vehicles can then go east to any available street to continue down Main Ave. Vehicles heading north on Main Avenue can take 5th Avenue to Lynwood and out to the highway.
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.
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.