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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.
Branch Clean Up Day is April 25 from 9 am to 2 pm.
Bring limbs and branches less than 6 inches in diameter and drop them off at City Maintenance Yard at 601 Oak Blvd. Branches only. NO leaves, grass or plant materials.
The Huxley Tree Board presented an inventory of the Ash trees located within the city park system, along with a listing of Ash trees located in the right of ways during the February 17 city council work session. After evaluating all options, city council agreed with the tree board's recommendation to begin th removal of Ash trees located in the Huxley park system. It was confirmed in August that Story County had Ash trees infected with the Emerald Ash Borer.
The city public works staff has started to remove Ash trees in Centennial Park and will move to Nord Kalsem Park beginning next week. The tree board and the city have committed to replacing each tree they remove during the process. The removal process will be spread out over a five year period. If you have any questions you may contact Parks & Recreation Director Travis Bakken or Public Works Director Jeff Peterson.
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.
The City of Huxley was one of 10 communities selected to participate in the 2014
Iowa’s Living Roadways Community Visioning Program. The program, which selects
communities through a competitive application process, provides professional planning
and design assistance along transportation corridors to small Iowa communities
(populations of fewer than 10,000).