Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the Puddle Jumper Trail Tenth Addition and Industrie Centrum 7th Addition Subdivision Improvements will be received at the City Offices of the City of Orange City, Iowa, at 125 Central Avenue SE, before 10:00 o’clock A.M., on the 3rd day of April 2020. At said time and place, bids will be publicly opened and read. Bids received after the deadline for submission of bids as stated herein shall not be considered and shall be returned to the late bidder unopened.

Bids will be acted on by the City Council at a meeting to be held at the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 125 Central Avenue SE, Orange City, Iowa 51041 on the 6th day of April 2020 at 4:30 o’clock P.M. or may be acted on at such later time and place as may be then fixed.

The proposed construction is described in general as follows:

Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the 5th Street NE and Downtown Alley Improvements will be received at the City Offices of the City of Orange City, Iowa, at 125 Central Avenue SE,before 10:00 o’clock A.M., on the 20th day of March 2020. At said time and   place, bids will be publicly opened and read. Bids received after the deadline for submission of bids as stated herein shall not be considered and shall be returned to the late bidder unopened.

Bids will be acted on by the City Council at a meeting to be held at the City Council Chambers,
City Hall, 125 Central Avenue SE, Orange City, Iowa 51041 on the 6 th day of April 2020 at 4:30
o’clock P.M. or may be acted on at such later time and place as may be then fixed.

The proposed construction is described in general as follows:

Vision begins here and we want you to be a part of it. Our leadership and leading programs will showcase their updates and how they are working to make Orange City more beneficial to all. Come see how working together can solve problems, create new opportunities, and inspire others to do the same.
Greetings from the Mayor followed by updates from:

  • Orange City Dev. Corp.
  • Orange City Parks & Rec
  • Orange City Public Library
  • Prairie Winds Event Center
  • Landsmeer Golf Course
  • Orange City Arts Council
  • Orange City Area Daycare Center
  • Orange City Chamber of Commerce
  • Tulip Festival Committee
  • Dutch Heritage Boosters
  • Dutch American Historical Society

When: November 12, 6:30 -8:00 pm   Where: Prairie Winds Event Center

Orange City and Alton household residents (sorry no businesses) will again have an opportunity to safely discard those household hazardous materials (HHM). The Cities of Orange City, Alton, and the NW IA Area Landfill will co-sponsor an HHM Recycling event.

Date: Wednesday, September 18th
Time: Between the hours of 4:00pm and 6:00pm
Place: Orange City Street Department Building
(Just just south of Ace Hardware. 809 Concord Place SE.)

Accepted items: degreaser, waxes/polishes, solvents, lacquers/thinners, caustic cleaners, stain removers, pesticides/herbicides, and oil-based paints. (latex paints will be assessed a $1/gal. fee).

Go to http://www.nwialandfill.com/hhm for a complete list of acceptable/unacceptable items.

SIOUX COUNTY – A new regional airport that will broaden the transportation future of the region will have its grand opening and ribbon cutting on Wednesday, Nov. 14.

All are invited to the ceremony at the Sioux County Regional Airport, a nearly $32 million joint project by Orange City, Sioux Center and Sioux County.

The new airport boasts a 5,500-foot runway – which can serve business jets, a parallel taxiway, a terminal, multiple hangars, fueling systems, safety approach lighting, weather observation station, and additional airport features.

The regional airport is also home to six private hangars and additional leased hangar spaces. Thirty-five airplanes are expected to be housed at the site.

“Partnerships formed over a period of nearly 20 years have allowed us to do a first-class aviation project to serve industry, business, medical, agricultural, charter, private air service, and other travel interests,” said Sioux County Regional Airport Agency Board Chairman Harold Schiebout. “The strong partnership between two communities and the county is the backbone of this project, along with the great partnership we have with the FAA and Iowa DOT.”

Prior to this project, the airports in the county had constraints that limited usage and aircraft size.

“The economic impact will be significant, allowing existing industries and businesses to grow and provide employment by expanding their national reach,” Schiebout said.

Schiebout noted that private fundraising for the project was also very successful, drawing more than $750,000 for safety features and airport enhancements.

“This grand opening will be a great opportunity for the public to view the regional airport and the positive impact those partnerships have had in developing this project,” he said.

The grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting begins at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Sioux County Regional Airport, at 3153 460th Street, Maurice, Iowa, 51036. Lunch and self-guided tours will follow from 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m

 

short descriptionLocal Smithfield Facility Demonstrates the Environmental & Economic Benefits of Zero-Waste-to-Landfill

Recently, Smithfield classified its Orange City facility as a zero-waste-to-landfill facility. Sustainability and environmental initiatives have become increasingly popular in the business community. This classification is just one example of how prioritizing environmental protection benefits local operations.

The Orange City Cemetery has a policy that flowers and decorations need to be removed by June 15 of each year. This is to allow efficient mowing and maintenance of the cemetery. Over the past few years, we have not enforced this policy and find that more flowers and decorations are staying in the cemetery throughout the year. This year we are asking that all flowers and decorations be removed by June 15, otherwise we will remove them and bring them to the parks maintenance building in the middle of Veterans Park where family or friends can pick them up until June 30. This applies to anything that is not permanently attached to the base or gravestone. Flowers and decorations may be placed at grave sites from May 20 – June 15.
Thanks for your understanding and compliance. If you have any questions, call the City Office at 712-707-4885.