Monthly Archives: March 2022

Boil Advisory Lifted

The boil advisory has been lifted for The City of Remsen.
On March 19, the boil advisory was issued because we had divers from Liquid Engineering here to inspect the clear water retention tank to determine if it can be used for future plant designs. The DNR recommended that we issue the boil advisory as a precautionary measure.
Those with ice makers can use the ice that was made yesterday. The water sample that we were waiting on was taken yesterday afternoon and it was free of contaminants.
When we have these advisories or any other City or Utility related emergency or news that we need to get out to the citizens, we utilize The City of Remsen, Iowa Facebook page (this is the only Facebook page we will comment on) KLEM, KTIV, KCAU, The City’s webpage: and The Le Mars Daily Sentinel Text Caster to get the information out. If we believe that anyone’s health or safety is in immediate danger, we will make efforts to go door to door to make everyone aware of the issue.
Thank you.

Now Hiring: Deputy Clerk

The City of Remsen is now accepting applications for the full time Deputy Clerk position.  The position includes a variety of administrative, financial, office and specialized duties which require accuracy, proficiency and confidentiality.  Must work well with the public, good writing and communication skills, knowledge and experience with computer programs and office equipment.  Interested applicants should submit their resume to Remsen City Hall, 008 W 2nd Street, Remsen, IA 51050.

Scheduled Power Outage

The City of Remsen has been informed by NIPCO that we will have two scheduled power outages in the month of March that will affect the WHOLE town.  The outages will allow NIPCO make some necessary repairs/updates to the transmission lines.

The first outage is scheduled to begin March 16 at 11:30PM and will continue until March 17 at 5:00AM.

The second outage is scheduled to begin March 30 at 11:30PM and will continue until March 31 at 5:00AM.