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If at 12:30 pm the temperature is 72 degrees or cooler, the pool will not open. Weather will be monitored; if conditions improve the pool may open later.
If lightning is spotted or thunder is heard, the pool will be cleared of all patrons for at least 30 minutes.
If attendance is 15 patrons or less for more than 30 minutes, the pool reserves the right to close.
If the main drain in the deep end cannot be seen or the water is cloudy, the pool reserves the right to close. Read more.
We expect construction on the fiber network to begin sometime in August. More specific timelines will be determined over the next few weeks
We hope to have all of the feeder and distribution network installed by the end of 2017. Then, when conditions allow ground work to begin in the spring of 2018, we can begin installing service lines from the distribution network to individual homes and businesses. If all goes well, the first customer hookups could begin in the summer of 2018.
IMU Will be launching a "Fiber Fan" campaign soon to give citizens the opportunity to sign up for Indianola Fiber. Continue to watch our website for more details!
If you are a resident of Iowa* and are older than 15 years old, you need a photo id with your current address to sign up for a library card. If your photo id does not list your current address, you can also bring a piece of mail pre-printed with your current address.
Children under 16 need parental permission. A parent or guardian can bring a child to the library to sign up for a card.
*In addition to being an Iowa resident, you must live in a community which participants in Iowa's Open Access library program. Almost all communities in Iowa participate in this program. Communities in Warren County that are not Open Access participants are the incorporated towns of Ackworth, Martensdale, St. Mary's, Sandyville, and Spring Hill. Residents of rural Warren County are Open Access participants.
The cost of a new wastewater treatment plant is estimated at approximately $34.5 million.
Accounts may be set up online, or you may call 515-961-9420 during regular office hours.
Deadlines are used as a tool to determine whether there is enough interest in a class/activity to invest time and money. If a class minimum isn't met by the deadline, the activity may be canceled. In fact, the quickest way to kill a program is to wait until after the deadline to try to register!
Does missing the deadline mean you can't get into the class? In some cases, participants will still be able to register for an activity until the class is filled. Missing a deadline doesn't always mean you have to miss the activity.
But early registration guarantees you and your family members a spot in your favorite activities, as some classes fill before the deadline.
A Resident is any person who lives within the city limits of Indianola. This is not to be confused with school attendance, because city and school district boundaries are not the same. You may have an Indianola mailing address, but reside outside of the city limits.
Indianola residents make a significant contribution to the financing and operation of the Indianola Parks and Recreation Department through city property taxes. These taxes are paid whether or not individuals participate in programs or use facilities. Therefore, Indianola residents receive a discount off the regular fee.
To ensure equity, nonresidents (those living outside the Indianola city limits) will pay the regular program or facility fee.
Eligible families and/or individuals receive a free identification Key Card which will be provided by one of the following agencies:
Warren County Health Services 961-1074IMPACT Community Action Partnership 961-2543Warren County Mental Health 961-1068
Refunds/credits will gladly be given as long as your refund request is made by 5:00pm on the business day prior to the start of the program, less a $5 processing fee and all costs already incurred. Any time after that date, a pro-rated refund/credit will only be granted for illness, medical reasons or other unavoidable circumstances. Physician's written verification required. Must make request within 7 working days.
Find out information about renting the Buxton Room for large events, or smaller meeting rooms when you click here.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office performs fingerprinting services for the purpose of background checks and employment. The cost is $10.00 per card. These services are offered Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 12:30 PM and 1:30 PM. The individuals in need of this service will need to bring their blue applicant cards (preferably not filed out) to the 2nd floor Sheriff's office in the Warren County Courthouse (115 N. Howard St. Indianola, Iowa) with the required fee.