2024 Agendas

CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS VIRTUAL INFORMATION

Beginning November 24, 2020 all council meetings will be available virtually and in person. We will use the following GoToMeeting info for City Council meetings:

City Council Meetings
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Tentative agendas can be found below. Items in blue are links to the supporting documents and make up the Council packet that is given to them at the meetings.

7.9.2024 Tentative Agenda

6.25.2024 TENTATIVE AGENDA6.25.2024 Council Packet

6.11.2024 Tentative Agenda 6.11.2024 CITY COUNCIL PACKET  6.11.2024 COMMITTEE MTG PACKET

6.4.24 Special Meeting Tentative Agenda6.4.24 Special Meeting Council Packet

5.28.2024 Meeting was cancelled. 

05.14.2024 Tentative Agenda5.14.24 Council Packet

04.23.2024 Tentative AgendaCouncil Packet

4.16.2024 Tentative Agenda – Special Joint Meeting City Council & Park Board

04.09.2024 Tentative Agenda4.09.2024 Council Packet

4.2.24 Agenda – Proposed Property Tax Levy Public Hearing- Setting Budget Adoption Public Hearing Council Packet

4.2.2024 Tentative Agenda – Setting Pub Hrg Date for Budget Adoption –  Public Hearing Council Packet

2024.03.28 Agenda – Super Board Meeting

03.26.2024 Tentative Agenda3.26.2024 Council Packet

03.12.2024 Tentative Agenda3.12.2024 Council Packet

02.27.2024 Tentative Agenda2.27.24 City Council Packet

2.20.2024 Budget Workshop – We will be meeting at Glenwood Public Library 109 N Vine Street. This is a work session only, no action will be taken. This meeting is open to the public. 

02.13.2024 Tentative Agenda2.13.2024 Council Packet

2.5.24 Special Meeting – City Council Interviews

1.29.2024 Budget Workshop

01.23.2024 TENTATIVE AGENDA 01.23.2024 Council Packet

01.09.2024 TENTATIVE AGENDA01.09.2024 COUNCIL PACKET – Links are live. Our meeting is being streamed this evening, however, we have been having issues with our Wifi and our electricity. If we lose connection, we will try to restore our connection as best we can. 

*There are some significant changes to the FY25 budget process, particularly concerning public hearings and notifications. Here’s a breakdown of the key points:

1. **Two Public Hearings**: The City must hold two public hearings on the proposed budget. One is specifically for the proposed property tax levy, and the other is for the budget adoption.

2. **Mailing from County Auditor**: The County Auditor will send out a mailing to all property owners within the county with information on their specific tax levy requests from the County, schools and cities. This mailing will include the dates, times, and locations of the public hearings.

3. **April 2, 2024**: Two meetings will be held on this date. The first, at 6:00 p.m., will be the proposed property tax levy public hearing. The second, at 7:00 p.m., will formally set the public hearing date for the budget adoption. If the first meeting runs past 7:00 p.m., the second meeting will begin after it concludes.

4. **Proposed Property Tax Levy Public Hearing, First Meeting at 6:00 p.m.**: This must be scheduled prior to the mailing from the County Auditor. It will focus solely on the proposed property tax levy and cannot include any other agenda items.

5. **Second Meeting**: This will occur at 7:00 p.m. where the public hearing date for the budget adoption will be set. This meeting cannot occur until after the proposed property tax levy public hearing is held.

6. **Publication Requirements**: Both public hearings must be published in the Opinion Tribune and on City of Glenwood websites and social media sites. This must occur no less than 10 days and no more than 20 days before the public hearing date.

7. **Online Streaming**: Both meetings will be streamed online through the normal GoToMeeting link.

These changes ensure transparency and public participation in the budget adoption process, allowing property owners to understand and provide input on tax levies.

Equal Opportunity Employer – Statement

NON-DISCRIMINATION No appointment to nor termination from employment shall be affected or influenced in any manner by consideration on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), nation origin, disability, age, or genetic information (including family medical history).

No question in any examination, employment form, or other personnel proceeding shall be framed as to elicit information concerning race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, disability, age or genetic information (including family medical history), political or religious opinions of any applicant or employee.

The City of Glenwood will provide reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees who need them for medical or religious reasons, as required by law.

General Campground Information

The Glenwood Lake Park Campground is open for the 2024 season! Closing date will be October 31 at 10:00pm weather permitting. 

Our Camp Host will be located on Site 1. For any questions you can contact them at (712) 520-3004

Located at Glenwood Lake Park 104 Lake Drive – MAP

2024 Camping Rates

Campground is on a first come first serve basis.  No Reservations or site holds. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

No tent camping will be allowed in 2024. If you are looking for camping options for RAGBRAI, please visit glenwoodragbrai.com for more information. 

The self registration station is located at campground entrance. Please fill out cards completely & include your payment in envelope. You can also contact City Hall at (712) 527-4717 and they can send an email with the link to pay online (convenience fees apply)  Mon-Fri  7:30am – 4:00pm.

Check out time is 11:00am.

For emergencies involving plumbing, electrical, and/or campsite issues please call the campground host (712) 520-3004 or  Park Superintendent (712) 520-7275

Dial 911 for medical emergencies or if you need immediate police assistance.

Pets are allowed, however they must be kept on a leash or contained at all times and waste must be picked up.
The City of Glenwood does not allow Pitbull breeds within city limits or the campground. Please see our City Ordinance in  Chapter 54 – Dangerous and Vicious Animals

Attractions in Glenwood Lake Park

Fishing, walking trail, playgrounds and shelters are all available within the Glenwood Lake Park.
Shelter Rental Information

Mills County Historical Museum  – Celebrating over 50 years in the community, the Museum features farm and home antiques and a superb collection of Indian artifacts.
Mills County Historical Museum Facebook

Museum Hours
Thursdays & Fridays 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Saturdays 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sundays 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Davies Amphitheater – Affordable live family entertainment – weekend evenings during the summer.
Calendar of Events – Davies Amphitheater
Davies Amphitheater Facebook 

Campground Rules

Campground is on a first come first serve basis.  No Reservations or site holds. NO EXCEPTIONS.

NO TENT CAMPING ALLOWED FOR THE 2024 SEASON 

If you are looking for camping options for RAGBRAI, please visit glenwoodragbrai.com for more information. 

Glenwood Lake Campground Rules and Regulations

  • Only RV’s or campers are permitted on numbered sites
  • Campsites must be maintained free of trash and debris.
  • All park users shall observe quiet time from 10p.m. until 8a.m. the following day.
  • Only one RV shall be allowed per designated RV site.
  • Campfires are prohibited in the park.
  • All pets must be on a leash at ALL times – Pit Bulls and Pit Bull type breeds are strictly prohibited. Please see link for City Ordinance: http://cityofglenwood.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Chapter-54.pdf 
  • All park users shall immediately clean up after their pets.
  • If law enforcement is called or utilized on account of a park user, or the park user is being disruptive to other persons, such park user shall be requested to immediately leave the park.
  • There shall be no vehicle repairs of any kind in the park.
  • Only two (2) vehicles shall be allowed per designated registered site and must be parked in registered site or visitor parking.
  • There shall be no smoking in the park bathhouse.
  • All users shall be responsible for the cleanliness of the restrooms.
  • Use of clotheslines in the park are prohibited.
  • Camping in vehicles in the park is prohibited, other than in campers or RVs in registered sites.
  • All adult campers must register on forms provided by the City.

The City of Glenwood reserves the right to revoke camping and park privileges to any park user.

ONLY RV’S ARE ALLOWED IN NUMBERED SITES.

Campground Rates

Please Note – 2024 Rates Below

Glenwood Lake Park offers 12 full service sites with sewer and 30/50 amp electric and eight (8) 30 amp electric sites.  Dump station, water access and bathhouse facilities. Weather permitting the campground is open April 1 through October 31 – 24 hours.

No tent camping will be allowed in 2024. If you are looking for camping options for RAGBRAI, please visit glenwoodragbrai.com for more information. 

Check-out time is 11:00 a.m. 

**Rates are subject to change**

2024 RATES

Please note the Park Board made the following changes: rates for 2024 have increased from 2023 and the age for seniors increased from 55+ years to 62+ years.  Rates include water, electricity and sewer/dump station.

Sites 1-12 – Full Service
$40 per night/$35 senior rate (62+)
$200 weekly/$190 senior rate (62+)
$600 monthly/$550 senior rate (62+)
30 or 50 amp – water & sewer hookups
Max 20×45
– pull through sites

Sites 13-20 –  30 amp ONLY – Water & Dump Station Available on Site
$30 per night
$150 weekly
$500 monthly
30 amp ONLY – water & dump station available on site
Max 20×30 – mostly back-in sites
No senior discount on Sites 13-20

ONLY RV’S ARE ALLOWED IN NUMBERED SITES.

We do not offer wifi or cable hookups.

Comprehensive Plan

Glenwood is working on our comprehensive plan and we want your opinion. Please take our survey – www.TinyURL.com/Glenwood2045

Hard copies can be found at City Hall & Glenwood Public Library.