It is that time of the year again! Time to register your pets! According to City Ordinance 6.09.020 all dogs and cats within the city age 6 months and older must be licensed with the City. Pets age 6 months to 1 year cost $2.50, and pets over 1 year cost $5.00 to license. Licensing your pet is easy and inexpensive. All you need to do is bring proof that your pet is current on its rabies vaccination to City Hall. Once that is done you will be issued a numbered tag (unique to your pet) to put on your pet’s collar.
What is the benefit of licensing your pet?
-Compliance with City Ordinance
-You will not be subject to a fine for Failure to License your pet
-If your pet has a current City license and is found, their tag … Read More »
JANUARY 23, 2019
The regular meeting of the Corydon City Council was called to order by Mayor Dennis Moorman. Present were Council Members Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Others in attendance were Guest Council Members Moran and Comer, Randy Sharp, Deputy Jim Wiltamuth, Jason Selby and the City clerk.
Randy Sharp attended the meeting to advise the Council of a problem with a loose dog. He claims the dog came into his yard and grabbed a cat out of his grandson’s arms and killed it. Sharp asked what he could do if the dog showed up again. At this time, the City does not have an animal control person, and the Sheriff’s office was not contracted to take care of animals. Sharp was assured that a Code Enforcement officer will be discussed at the next … Read More »
CITY OF CORYDON
JANUARY 9, 2019
The work session was called to order by Mayor Dennis Moorman at 4:00 p.m. Present were Council Members Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Others in attendance were Jennifer Reed-Corydon Times Republican and the City clerk and deputy clerk.
The Council discussed options to discuss with legal counsel and with Midwest Sanitation in regards to the roll offs.
The clerk presented City Code 8.04.70. This code states:
No person shall engage in the business of collecting, transporting, processing or disposing of solid waste for the city without first entering into a contract with the city. This section does not prohibit an owner from transporting solid waste accumulating upon premises owned, occupied or used by such owner, provided such refuse is disposed of properly in an approved sanitary disposal … Read More »
JANUARY 7, 2019
The regular meeting of the Corydon City Council was called to order by Mayor Dennis Moorman. Present were Council Members Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Others in attendance were Matt Comer, Mike Moran, Sharon Anderson, Rob Davis, Angie Dillard, Devon Rodgers, Mark and Dawn Christian, Rhonda Bennett, Jennifer Reed, the deputy Clerk and the City clerk.
Holmes introduced Matt Comer to the forum. Comer is Holmes’ pick as a guest Council Member for the month of January. While Comer is not yet a resident, he lives in the area and plans to move to Corydon in the very near future.
Jaeckel introduced Mike Moran. Moran is Jaeckel’s pick as a guest Council Member for the month of January. Moran moved to Corydon last year and has expressed an interest in City government and … Read More »
DECEMBER 19, 2018
The regular meeting of the Corydon City Council was called to order by Mayor Dennis Moorman. Present were Council Members Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Others in attendance were Fire Chief Bryan Wallace, Josh Cobb, newspaper representatives, City clerk and the deputy clerk.
Jaeckel made the motion to approve Resolution 2018-62, a resolution approving wage increases for the fiscal year 19/20. Holmes seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Holmes made the motion to approve Resolution 2018-63, a resolution stating the Mayor’s appointments for 2019. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Bennett made the motion to approve the updates to the Red Flag Identity Theft Prevention Program. Rupe seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes, Rupe and Rodgers. Nays-none.
Jaeckel made the motion to approve the quote for mowing … Read More »
The City of Corydon is accepting applications for a vacancy on the City crew. Applicant must have a valid Class B CDL with air brake endorsement and must be able to pass D.O.T. physical and drug screening. Duties to be assigned by the City Council. Employment subject to background check. Applications may be picked up at City Hall (101 W Jackson St.) or send application letter with resume to
Corydon City Hall
PO Box 169
Corydon, IA 50060
Applications must be received by 4:00 p.m. on January 31, 2019.
This full time position comes with paid vacation days, paid sick days, health insurance, IPERS, Overtime Pay/Comp-time Accrual. Contact City Hall for more info. (641-872-1826 ask for Ann)
DECEMBER 6, 2018
Mayor Moorman called to order the public hearing on the matter of the authorization of a Loan and Disbursement Agreement and the issuance of not to exceed $1,020,000 General Obligation Capital Loan Notes in order to provide funds to pay costs of acquisition, construction, reconstruction, extending, remodeling, improving, repairing and equipping all or part of the Municipal Sewer System. The clerk reported that no oral or written comments were received by City Hall. Jaeckel made the motion to close the public hearing. Bennett seconded. Ayes-Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes and Rupe. Nays-none.
The regular meeting of the Corydon City Council was called to order by Mayor Moorman. Present were Council Members Jaeckel, Bennett, Holmes and Rupe. Others in attendance were Brandon Trower, newspaper representatives and the City clerk.
Jaeckel made the motion to approve Resolution … Read More »
Council Meetings are open to the public and we would be thrilled if you would attend! Click here to see the schedule.
Many residents have been complaining that their garbage is not being picked up.
This is a reminder that everyone’s garbage cans must be out by 6:00 a.m.
The tote should face the street, otherwise it will not be able to be grabbed by the garbage truck’s arm.
Do NOT use the recycling tote (the one with a grey lid) as a garbage tote. Recycling containers will not be picked up on Thursdays.
The garbage tote lid must be able to close. If you have an abundance of trash each week, you can contact City Hall for an extra garbage tote.
If you have anything outside the tote to be picked up, you must call Midwest Sanitation (888-428-2610).
Midwest Sanitation & Recycling 888-428-2610
Recycling is every other Friday. Click on image to view larger.
Acceptable Items: Newspapers, Office Paper/Junk Mail, Magazines, Hardcover and Softcover Books, Tin, Aluminum, Aluminum Foil, Steel, Plastic Containers #1-7, Cardboard, Cereal Boxes. Items must be clean.
Not Accepted Items: Trash, Glass, Food Products, Plastic Bags, Styrofoam, Oil Containers, Hazardous Waste, Appliances, Electronics, Yard Waste
During Thanksgiving, Garbage & Recycling will both be picked up the following Friday.