City Hall will be closed Thursday/Friday, November 26/27th in observance of Thanksgiving.                    City Hall will be closed Thursday/Friday, November 26/27th in observance of Thanksgiving.                    
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Public Meeting - Sioux City Public Swimming Pools Discussion

The City of Sioux City Parks and Recreation Department will be holding a final public meeting to discuss recommendations for the future of Sioux City Public Swimming Pools. The meeting will be held December 1, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall, Council Chambers, 5th Floor, 405 6th Street.

Downtown Holiday Lighted Parade on Sunday

Kick off the holiday season with an evening full of activities for the entire family on Sunday, November 22! West Middle School students will showcase their talents and education with a light show set to music using the holiday train at 4th & Nebraska Streets at 6:00pm. The 2015 Holiday Lighted Parade will begin at 6:15pm making its way down 4th Street. Following the parade, children can present Santa Claus with their wish list and enjoy cookies and hot chocolate at Santa's House in the Howard Johnson hotel atrium beginning at 7:00pm. The 23rd Annual Festival of Trees will hold their opening night on Monday, November 23 at 6:15pm in the Ho-Chunk Centre atrium.


IDOT Update: Traffic Will Transition to I-29 SB Lanes

Beginning 8 a.m., Tuesday Nov. 10, the contractor will transition traffic to the southbound lanes of Interstate 29 from near Floyd Boulevard (Exit 147), south through Bacon Creek. When complete, both north- and southbound traffic will use the southbound lanes and the contractor will reopen the southbound I-29/ Floyd Boulevard on-ramp. The traffic shift should be complete by 5 p.m., Friday, Nov. 13.

Coffee with Council

Join the Mayor and City Council members for an informal coffee on Thursday, November 12 at 8:30 a.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, 405 – 6th Street. Staff from Field Services will attend to share information regarding winter snow removal.

The monthly “Coffee with Council” provides an opportunity for community members to meet with council members in a relaxed atmosphere and discuss the issues that matter most to our residents. Coffee with Council is held the 2nd Thursday of each month. 

Law Enforcement Appreciation Tailgate on 10/24

The public is encouraged to attend a tailgate event prior to the Morningside College vs. Briar Cliff University football game on Saturday, October 24 to honor law enforcement officers in the tri-state region. The tailgate will be located in the west parking lot of the Elwood Olsen Stadium on the campus of Morningside College beginning at 10:30am. A meal will be provided free of charge to local law enforcement officers and their families and available to the public for $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students and children. A voucher for a reduced price game ticket will be available to those attending the tailgate event. Adult admission to the game will be $2.00 with free admission for children.


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