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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

The City of Stanwood, Iowa, (population 637) is accepting applications for a Part-Time as needed Public Works Position.  Duties include, but are not limited to:  Maintenance of city property and equipment, snow removal, lawn mowing, and daily operations within the city under the supervision of the Public Works Director.

The applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent and Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Class B with airbrakes preferred.

This is a part-time as needed position, with some weekend duties and on call status. Compensation will be based on experience.

Applications are available at the City Clerk’s office at 209 E. Broadway, Stanwood, Iowa, 52337, or online at Cityofstanwood.net under the Community, About us tab. 

You may call 563-942-3340 or email:  Stanwood@netins.net with questions or to request an application. 

Applications and/or Resumes will be accepted at the Stanwood City Clerks office until April 1st, 2022.

 

The City of Stanwood is an equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Public Meeting Notice

3/11/2022

Media Release: March 11, 2022
Public Meeting: Stanwood Brownfield Cleanup Project
The City of Stanwood will hold a public meeting on Monday, March 21, 2022 at the Stanwood Park Shelter located at 105 N Maple St, Stanwood, to discuss the draft Analysis of Brownfields Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA), Cleanup Plan, & Site Revisioning Plan for 211 & 213 Broadway St and hear public comments. The draft ABCA presents a summary of known environmental conditions on the site, an evaluation of cleanup alternatives, and proposed cleanup plan. The ABCA is available for a 30-day public review and comment period and is available for review online at the Stanwood Public Library, located at 202 E Broadway St, Stanwood, during normal business hours of Monday: 2-5pm; Tuesday: 2-7PM; Wednesday: 1-6PM; Thursday: 4-6PM; Friday:9AM-4PM;and Saturday: 10AM-2PM and on the town’s webpage at https://cityofstanwood.net/.
Comments on the draft ABCA may be made at the public meeting or submitted in writing to stanwood@netins.net. The ABCA will be revised, as necessary, and
incorporated into the Site Cleanup Plan for review by the community, project partners, regulatory oversight agencies and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). The public is encouraged to attend the meeting to learn more about the project and cleanup alternatives being considered.
The City of Stanwood received a grant of up to $100,000 and a line of credit of $50,000 from East Central Intergovernmental Association (ECIA) for the cleanup of the Brownfield site, which is adjacent to the City’s current municipal building. The City will also be applying to the IA DNR Brownfields program for additional funds. The City plans to clean-up the site to make ready for reuse. Given its location next to the current municipal building the site is ideal for expansion of the city’s municipal services buildings. The current municipal building located at 209 E Broadway St is shared with the fire department, EMS and city hall offices. The Site Revisioning Plan summarizes community outreach efforts and outlines several building expansion options to support the community’s needs. ECIA along with YTT Design will present the plans and ABCA at the public meeting. This Brownfield Cleanup Project was funded in part through a Brownfields Assessment Grant and a RLF grant that ECIA received from USEPA.

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