Important City Information

The next City Council Meeting is Saturday October 3, 2020  at the New Virginia Fire Station Meeting Room at 7:30 a.m.  Please contact your City officials if you have any concerns or need to be at the meeting.  The City will continue to follow the guidelines set forth by the Governor, at the time of the meeting.  If you would like to attend the City Council Meeting please contact either Mayor Huston at  641-449-3672 or Clerk Baughman by email or call 641-449-3492.  Thank you 

New Virginia City Wide Clean-up

September 19th, 2020


The annual Cleanup Program is scheduled for Saturday September 19th 2020.  Residents may dispose of large items such as furniture that would not be picked up through the regular weekly trash pickup.


The following requirements will ensure a safe, efficient cleanup:


  1. TRM Disposal out of Indianola will pick up cleanup items curbside at your residence.  Items MUST be placed at or on the roadside, not in a ditch or across a ditch.  Items in those areas WILL NOT be collected. 


  1. All items must be at the curb by 6:30 a.m. Items placed on the curb after the hauler has been in the area will not be picked up.


  1. Items that are bulky and difficult to handle, such as swing sets, must be cut up or dismantled into smaller pieces, no more than 4 feet in length.


  1. The following will not be picked up; TV’s, appliances, leaves and organic yard waste, dirt/sod, construction materials, railroad ties, paints or thinners, oils, batteries, tires, vehicle parts, concrete or air compressors.


  1. This service is available for residential dwellings and apartments only.  No commercial businesses.


The intent of this program is to provide a useful service to our citizens and to help beautify the community – everyone’s cooperation is greatly appreciated.  For questions or comments, please contact TRM Disposal at 515-962-2014 or by email at



Beggars night will be October 31, 2020 in New Virginia from 6:00-8:00pm

Please have our outside light on if you wish to participate.  

Thank you 

Benefit Your Community:

Be Counted in the 2020 Census

The 2020 Census is coming. The count is mandated by the Constitution to count everyone living in the U.S. and has happened every 10 years since 1790.


In March 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau will send every household an invitation to complete a simple questionnaire about who lives at your address on April 1, 2020. The 2020 Census is easy, safe and important.


Why respond?

Census results help determine how billions in federal funding is distributed to states and communities each year for services and programs, such as schools, clinics and roads.

Census results also determine how many seats Iowa will have in Congress and our community’s representation in the state Legislature.


How to respond?

The 2020 Census marks the first time people can respond online. You will also be able to respond by phone. If you do not respond online or by phone, you will eventually receive a paper questionnaire form in the mail. For households that do not self-respond, a census taker will follow up in person to have you complete the census.


Who do I count in my home?

The person completing the form should list all people living in the household as of April 1, 2020,

This includes everyone living and sleeping at your home most of the time, such as relatives and friends, people who are formally or informally renting from you.


Remember to count any children living with you, including foster children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, children of friends (even if they are temporarily living with you). Children who split time between homes are counted where they live April 1, 2020.


What happens to my responses?

When you respond to the census, your answers are protected by law. The Census Bureau keeps your individual responses strictly confidential and used only to produce aggregate statistics.


What if I have other questions?

Get more info:

To shape the future of your community, be counted.


For your safety on the roads

Please take notice when walking or riding your bicycle on the City streets.  It is recommended to walk facing oncoming traffic on the same side of the road as oncoming traffic.  City Ordinance 24.55 PEDESTRIANS ON LEFT states pedestrians shall at all times when walking upon a street or highway where there is no sidewalk walk on the left side of such street or highway.  When bicycling, you will want to ride on the right (going in the same direction as automobile traffic).  City Ordinance 25.04 RIDING ON ROADWAYS states every person operating a bicycle upon a roadway shall ride to the right-hand side of the roadway as practicable, exercising due care when passing a standing vehicle or one proceeding in the same direction.  Please be courteous to other vehicles on the streets when walking or riding a bicycle and abide by the Ordinances stated above.  Always remember safety first. 

New Virginia Public Library 

will be closed per the State Library recommendation until further notice.  Until they open up again you can visit their Facebook where they will be posting online activites that you can do at home.  Or check out e-books on the Libby app or on your computer at


If you have any questions please call 641-449-3614 and leave a message or visit their website at  

Jesus Right Hand 

Still available for help.  

Monday's Fresh Food Giveaway will be held as scheduled from 1-3 pm using a "drive thru / pick-up" system. We will be distributing bags of groceries in front of the Distribution Center during those hours. Please look for a volunteer to direct you where to wait.


Our emergency food pantry will be available throughout the week, but we ask that you call first so we can fill out the application for you over the phone.


We will also have sandwiches and some fresh food items available Wed - Friday during our usual office hours. Please read the instructions on our door before coming inside.  Thank you for your cooperation!

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