The Fayette Public Works Department will be flushing the fire hydrants on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 and Wednesday, April 28, 2021, starting at 7AM (weather permitting). Residents may experience rusty water.

The beautiful City of Fayette is accepting applications for a part-time seasonal position of a Part Time Seasonal Laborer, Building and Grounds Maintenance Worker.

A H.S. Diploma or GED is required.  Salary $10 per hour.

The Part Time Seasonal Laborer, Building and Grounds Maintenance Worker assists in the Public Works Department by primarily mowing, trimming and general maintenance of parks and public properties.  Other duties may be assigned as needed and depending on applicant’s experience.

Click here for more information.

    Register your team now for the Fayette Recreation Summer Co-Ed Sand Volleyball League by filling out the registration form (below) and submitting it to Fayette City Hall (11 S. Main Street, PO Box 28, Fayette, IA 52142) with your registration fee of $75 per team. The league will be on Thursday nights starting May 27 through August. For more information contact Wade Whitcher at DT's 563-425-4351.

Summer Volleyball Registration Form  

Summer Volleyball Liability Form

The City Yard Waste Site (located on Washington St., south of town) will be open to Fayette citizens starting Wednesday, April 7, 2021, on Wednesdays from 2PM to 4PM and Saturdays from 8AM to 10AM.

Fayette residents may check-out a key to the Yard Waste Site at Fayette City Hall during office hours. 

The Yard Waste Site is available to Fayette residents due to DNR regulations prohibiting bulk burning of yard waste by cities. 

The city asks residents to please only drop off yard waste (leaves, sticks, etc.) and not garbage.  Please separate sticks and branches from leaves and grass.

Looking for a nice place to walk outside this winter? Visit Fayette, Iowa. A winter walking trail is available at Cardinal Park/Sports Complex (100 block of N. Main Street, just north of downtown Fayette). Park your car on S. Main Street in downtown Fayette, and walk across the bridge over the beautiful Volga River to access the trail. Please use seasonal safety precautions to avoid slips, trips and falls.

The Fayette City Council has approved the Fiscal Year 2022 estimated budget.

To review the Fayette City Administrator/Clerk's FY 2022 Report that explains what the budget includes, click here.

To review the detailed proposed budget for FY 2022, click here.

Hard copies of the detailed proposed Budget and the Fayette City Administrator/Clerk's FY 2022 Report will be available at the Fayette Community Library (104 W. State Street) and Fayette City Hall (11 S. Main Street) after Tuesday, February 23, 2021.

Below is the Public Hearing notice on the proposed budget, scheduled for Monday, March 15, 2021, at 6PM in the Community Room at the Fayette Community Library (104 W. State Street), please use the back door.

Today (January 28, 2021), Wadena Road will be closed inside the city limits between 12:30PM and 6:00PM to assist Fayette County Public Health. Wadena Road will be closed to all through traffic from 12:30PM to 6:00PM. Officers will be posted at entrances to deter traffic. Certain predetermined vehicles only will be allowed to enter. Washington Street will still be open from the South and North. Union Street will be blocked at Wadena Road as well. Please plan accordingly.

Per Senate File 634, Code of Iowa Section 384.15A, the maximum levy rate public hearing notice is posted below and has been published in the Fayette Leader. At the hearing, taxpayers and residents may present to the Council their objections to, or arguments in favor of, the tax asking per Code of Iowa Section 384.15A 5(a).

This is the first public hearing for the proposed property tax levy. The council may not increase the city tax rate* from the proposed city tax rate prior to adopting the final budget, so this is an extremely high estimate. There will be another public hearing for the taxpayers and residents to present their objections to, or arguments in favor of, in February or March that will have the actual proposed city tax rate prior to the adoption of the fiscal year 2022 budget.  

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