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The City of Indianola City Council members are all reachable by email and phone. The contact information can be found on the City Council page of the website at the link provided below.
The City of Indianola offers many options for our residents to pay their utility bills. All methods are free of charge to our customers. Customers can make payments by cash, credit, debit, or check at the IMU Customer Service Center located at 210 West 2nd Avenue. You can also sign up to have payments automatically deducted from your checking or savings account by filling out a short form at the IMU Customer Service Center. A drop box is also conveniently located in the IMU Customer Service Center parking lot. Customers can also pay by phone by calling 515-961-9444 or online by visiting the link provided below. Both options allow payment by credit, debit, checking or savings.
Pay Online by visiting Indianola Municipal Utilities at www.indianola.com
Indianola residents’ recycling schedule is based on their location. Recycling is picked up by Waste Management on one of four days, every other week. To view and determine your recycling pick-up day or the schedule, please click on the link provided.
Most residents living within the city limits (and limited areas outside the city limits) have electric, recycling, sanitary sewer, water, and stormwater services through Indianola Municipal Utilities and City of Indianola. Application for utility service must be filed in person at the IMU Customer Service Center, 210 West 2nd Avenue. For more information please visit the link below.
The brush facility is operated by the City of Indianola Public Works department. For hours of operation and details, visit the Brush Facility page on this website.
Dogs are allowed in Indianola city parks as long as they are leashed at all times (leash 15’ or shorter), and owners clean up any messes. This includes the softball complex at Pickard Park.
Indianola’s off-leash dog park is available for residents and non-residents. An annual membership costs $25 per dog. More about the dog park.
The City operates a 10 space campground in Pickard Park. Spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis only; no reservations are taken. Camping is also available at the following locations: