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Beginning at 7:00 am on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, Public Works crews will be shutting down the intersection of 19th Ave N & N 30th Ct to perform roadway maintenance. The closure will continue until work is complete.

Detours will be set up around the work area. Motorists are strongly encouraged to use alternate routes.Beginning at 7:00 am on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, Public Works crews will be shutting down the intersection of 19th Ave N & N 30th Ct to perform roadway maintenance. The closure will continue until work is complete.

Detours will be set up around the work area. Motorists are strongly encouraged to use alternate routes.
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Beginning at 7:00 am on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, Public Works crews will be shutting down the intersection of 19th Ave N & N 30th Ct to perform roadway maintenance. The closure will continue until work is complete.

Detours will be set up around the work area. Motorists are strongly encouraged to use alternate routes.

The alley behind City Hall will be closed on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, starting at approximately 7:00 am, as part of Fort Dodge Fiber construction. The closure is anticipated to last through the day. Please plan accordingly if you have business at City Hall. ... See moreSee less

The alley behind City Hall will be closed on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, starting at approximately 7:00 am, as part of Fort Dodge Fiber construction. The closure is anticipated to last through the day. Please plan accordingly if you have business at City Hall.

Thank you to everyone who celebrated Independence Day responsibly and abided by City ordinance.

As a reminder, fireworks are no longer permitted in Fort Dodge until the new year. If you have fireworks debris to dispose of, please put it in your garbage cart. We know many fireworks are made using cardboard, but it is not recyclable.

Thanks for your cooperation!
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Thank you to everyone who celebrated Independence Day responsibly and abided by City ordinance. 

As a reminder, fireworks are no longer permitted in Fort Dodge until the new year. If you have fireworks debris to dispose of, please put it in your garbage cart. We know many fireworks are made using cardboard, but it is not recyclable. 

Thanks for your cooperation!

Consumer fireworks are permitted one final evening, tonight from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm. We ask again that you be a good neighbor and restrict firework usage to this time frame.

Those found in violation of the ordinance are subject to a $500 fine for the first offense and $750 for the subsequent offenses.
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Consumer fireworks are permitted one final evening, tonight from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm. We ask again that you be a good neighbor and restrict firework usage to this time frame.

Those found in violation of the ordinance are subject to a $500 fine for the first offense and $750 for the subsequent offenses.

City offices are closed today, July 4, 2022. Have a happy and safe Independence Day holiday! ... See moreSee less

City offices are closed today, July 4, 2022. Have a happy and safe Independence Day holiday!

City Projects Update

Current Projects - Click here for more information

Name: N 1st St Improvements Expected Construction: Summer 2022

Name: East Region Phase 4 (S 25th from 5th Ave S to 8th Ave S Expected Construction: Summer 2022

Name: Community Sewer Initiative - 10th Ave N Expected Construction: Summer 2022

Name: Water Softening Project - Plant Expansion Plant Operational as of April 2021

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