1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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 19
  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. Create It!

    Try your hand at sometimes messy, always creative projects for big kids only. Ages 7-11 years.
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  1. Mar 20
  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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  1. Mar 21
  2. Chicometrics

    This popular deep muscle-toning program develops muscular tone and skeletal strength so you look good and feel great. Measure your progress! Aft er only 3-4 one-hour sessions, you can expect to trim as much as 1 to 2 inches from the hips, thighs, and abdominal areas. No impact based with isotonic and isometric principles for fast toning results. Also great for helping with aches and pains. Instructor is Alice Gaumer.
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