1. City of Indianola
  2. Fiscal Year 2018-19 Municipal Budget

    At its meeting on March 5th, the City Council will consider the Fiscal Year 2018-19 municipal budget. Read on...
  3. Indianola Hometown Pride

    Indianola Hometown Pride

    Do you want to make a difference in the future of Indianola? What will Hometown Pride do? Who else is involved in this program? How Can I Help? Read on...
  4. Recycling Calendar

    Single Stream Recycling in Indianola Read on...
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    Council Meetings Schedule

    City Council meeting schedule, times and location. Read on...
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Indianola Magazine

  1. Indianola Magazine Winter 2018

Economic Development Video

  1. City of Indianola
  1. Mar 23
  2. Family Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt

    When the sun goes down, the fun begins! Participants need to bring a sack or basket to collect eggs, and their own flashlight. After the hunt prizes will be awarded and then join us for s'mores around the campfire.
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  1. Mar 26
  2. The Zone

    The Zone is a drop-in program and students will check in with a supervisor when they arrive. Students leaving before 5:00 pm will also be asked to check out. Parents do not need to be present. The Zone will be closed on school holidays, early dismissal days, teacher work days, and when the school closes for inclement weather. For a complete list of Zone rules, please visit our website.
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  3. Lego Challenge

    Each month will have a different challenge, but you can always build your own thing! All ages. Children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
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  1. Mar 27
  2. Toddlers Wiggle!

    Stories, rhymes, and music -- and plenty of wiggle time! Join us for 30 minutes of fun for toddlers and their caregivers. Ages 18-36 months, with an adult.
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  3. Babysitting Clinic

    Do YOU have what it takes to be a first-class babysitter? In this class presented by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach you will learn your responsibilities as a babysitter, what parents expect of you, how to care for infants and young children, age-appropriate activities, safety, and how to handle emergencies. Open to boys and girls in 5th grade and above. The registration fee includes a workbook, childcare resources, and snack. Participants who attend all three sessions will receive ...
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