A reminder to drive carefully around the tree at the intersection of Washington and 2nd Street. When making a left turn, go past the tree on the right side and then turn, driving slowly around the tree. Do NOT turn on the left side in front of the tree!
Seth Nelson, 14 year-old son of Mike and Ann Nelson of Remsen, was honored at the Iowa Hawkeyes vs Nebraska Cornhuskers football game November 25, 2016.
His parents wish to share Seth’s story here.
KTIV story link
KTIV Sports link
Sioux City Journal article
Come to Remsen and help us celebrate!
Check out the events here: 2016 Oktoberfest Poster
The City of Remsen recently received a Certificate of Equality for achieving gender equality on all key appointed boards and commissions. Remsen is one of 31 cities in the State of Iowa (out of 209 surveyed) that have established equality.
Vision 2020 is a national initiative developed by the Institute for Women’s Health and Leadership at Drexel University College of Medicine to make equality a national priority through shared leadership among women and men. 2020 is a significant year as it will mark the 100th Anniversary of women having the right to vote.
The City will be flushing hydrants Wednesday, August 17 – Friday August 19, 2016. Residents may experience some discoloration of water during this time.
Mosquito fogging will take place this Sunday August 14th, rather than the previously scheduled date of Thursday, August 11, 2016.
Congratulations to Remsen St. Mary’s Hawks who defeated War Eagle rival West Sioux Saturday at the Class 1A State Baseball Tournament Championship in Des Moines!
Photo by RSM Journalism
Le Mars Daily Sentinel Article
Sioux City Journal Article
There are four sets of discs available to use at “The Lions Nine” Disc Golf Course in town. At this time there is no rental charge although a $50 cash deposit is required to check out each set. You can download the policies/waiver form needed for rental here: Disc Golf Policy and Waiver
KCAU-TV featured this on the news last night
Mosquito fogging is rescheduled to the evening of Thursday, June 30th instead of Sunday, July 3rd. Have a happy and safe Fourth of July weekend!