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That’s a lie cause I still don’t have it 🙄🙄🙄

Mine's not working

Maybe Frintier and DishNetwork aren't so bad now?

Why is the city writing this apology?

Time for Fort Dodge to get a city own internet service. If Jifferson can do it so can Fort Dodge.

Thank them when they credit our bills for no service for a day.

tv still out

Still no service 2 hours later

Its 5 p.m. and I don't have service plus Mediacom is not taking phone calls.

My work was still down when we left at 4

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22 hours ago

City of Fort Dodge Government

Webster County Cares Clean Up
Thursday, April 25th
Meet in Availa Bank parking lot at 5:30pm
Gloves and bags will be provided
The clean up will be in the fields around Wal Mart, Target and the Fort Dodge Middle School.
Everyone is welcome!
If you are interested in joining, please call Keith Dencklau at 515.570.0155
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22 hours ago

City of Fort Dodge Government

Summer swim lessons at Rosedale Rapids Aquatic Center are open & filling up fast!

Click here to sign up online: apm.activecommunities.com/fdrec/Activity_Search?txtActivitySearch=swim&applyFiltersDefaultValue=t...
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ATTENTION FISHERMEN: After catching 4 walleye on Monday, Michael White reeled in this nice Walleye on Tuesday, April 23rd just downstream of the former location of the Hydro-Electric Dam.

Fishermen can expect more and better fishing access as the City of Fort Dodge is currently under design to create improved access and fish habitat on the Des Moines River.
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ATTENTION FISHERMEN: After catching 4 walleye on Monday, Michael White reeled in this nice Walleye on Tuesday, April 23rd just downstream of the former location of the Hydro-Electric Dam.

Fishermen can expect more and better fishing access as the City of Fort Dodge is currently under design to create improved access and fish habitat on the Des Moines River.

 

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I know what the city should do to improve fishing... build a dam similar to the one they tore down... preferably in general facinity of the old one.

Great Thanks City of Ft Dodge for letting everyone know in 100 mile area to come here and fish in 100 ft area and that is only 22" maybe walleye. Seen and caught bigger.

The dam isn't completely torn out yet, that's why there's still fish migrating to it, once the dam is gone, the fish will be too. Sure, there will be some, but as others have stated...the good fishing in the city is a thing of the past.

With only 20 feet of fishable area. Water is still high from this long winter and amounts of snow. Give it a month and it will look like the creek at snell park. Nice try though

🤣 yeah right city of fort dodge lmfao check out the boat dock north of the old dam site . will be a creek in a month .

The dams only gave people a go to spot to fish. The fish aren't going to disappear, you'll just have to use your head a little.

Let everybody know that’s the hot spot. Was not room for everyone before, now look!!!

That walleye is a dink!!!

Nick Groff Cody Cervene

Thanks city of fort dodge

Until the river drops

Tyler Thurston

Yea that’s the only spot. That will stop some of the fish from goin up stream.

Mike Carlson

Anthony Alan Klein Jr.

Steve Hansen

Briggs Sandven

Jace Ulrich Chris Ulrich Cory Alexander

The city ruin the best Walleye fishing in North Iowa by tearing out little dam. No one fish down there no more.

Deborah Lynn

Locklind Westberg

He's cute

Lol😂

Chad Christian

Michael White

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City Projects Update

Current Projects - Click here for more information

Name: 24th Ave N Construction: Expected Completion: Spring 2019

Name: East Region Storm Sewer - Phase 3B (1st Ave S & S 29th St): Expected Completion: Spring 2019

Name: Southeast Sewer Trunk - Phase 2 (12th Ave S & S 23rd St): Expected Completion: Spring 2019

Name: South Central Drainage - Phase 1: Expected Completion: Summer 2019

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