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" We invite you to please take a look around our town. Here you will find a warm friendly town with an atmosphere to grow your dreams! "

Welcome to Cascade, Iowa

Cascade, Iowa is entered in Dubuque County near the borders of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin. The Cascade Chamber of Commerce invites you to visit a "Place We Call Home".

Cascade Area Businesses are owned and operated by long time Cascade Families. With growth in business, tourism and economical residential housing, Cascade has much to offer. Come see our historic buildings, fine shops, and great eateries.

We are located on Highway 151 between Dubuque, Iowa and Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

YARD WASTE SITE REMINDER

Items that can be dropped off at this location include: leaves, branches, small limbs. This is NOT a dump. Please don’t take your recliners, couches, patio furniture, etc. down there. The City has an annual cleanup day on April 29th for these items. Thank you for your cooperation with this!!

Opening Date for Swimming Pool

The Cascade Swimming Pool will open for the season on Saturday, May 27th at 1:00PM.

MEMORIAL DAY SANITATION SERVICE

Sanitation Service Memorial Day week will be 1 day later. West Side Pick Up Wednesday 5/31/17 East Side Pick Up Friday 6/02/17 See Attached File

Public Swimming Lessons

Public swimming lessons will be held in 2 sessions: Session 1 will be June 5-9 and Session 2 will be July 10-14. Forms are available at City Hall or on our website. See Attached File

Dog Licensing

Per Chapter 57 of the Cascade City Code, any dog owner shall apply for an annual license. Proof of vaccination is required at the time of application. License fees are: $5.00 if dog is spayed/neutered or $9.00 if non-spayed/neutered. Annual renewal of dog license is July 1st.

Johnson Street Pavement Project

The Johnson Street Pavement Project will begin on Monday, May 22nd. Johnson Street will be closed from Ohnward Bank to 4th Ave NW right away. Please read the attached notice for further information. See Attached File

Open Burning Restrictions

Per Chapter 105 of the Cascade City Code, a person can’t burn leaves, grass, trash, construction materials, etc. A person can burn firewood in a fire pit for recreation as long as it doesn’t create a "nuisance". A "nuisance" means an excess of smoke or smell, which shall cause a nearby neighbor to complain or a reasonable person would find the action to negatively impact neighbors.

Water Quality Report

See Attached File

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