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Waukee Conducts Downtown Assessment with Iowa Economic Development Authority
The City of Waukee and Waukee Triangle businesses teamed up to coordinate a Downtown Assessment to inform future development and growth for Waukee’s historic Triangle District. The assessment is an intense, onsite study of the downtown, including a public presentation on August 11 to share findings and a written report that will help Triangle stakeholders with planning efforts.
Waukee Activates Stage 1 of Water Conservation Plan
Waukee, Iowa —As a result of continued hot temperatures and higher than usual water demand for irrigation, the City of Waukee initiated Stage 1 of its Water Conservation Plan on July 29, 2022. As a preventative measure to avoid strain on the water system, the City asks that residents, businesses and property managers immediately reduce irrigation by at least 25%. If demand outpaces supply, further restrictions may be required.
“Waukee is currently using more than 4 million gallons of water per day versus a typical 1.6 million gallons per day in non-summer months when irrigation is less prevalent,” said Public Works Director, Rudy Koester. “If all Waukee residents take simple measures to reduce water usage, we can protect our water supply.”
In Stage 1, the City highly encourages residents and businesses to focus on reducing water usage for lawns and turf by adjusting sprinkler settings, watering on optimal schedules and repairing any leaks in hoses or faucets. The City is also taking measures to reduce water usage in addition to existing water conservation strategies.
Waukee City Council Approves FY 2023 Budget
Registration Open for Waukee’s First Miracle League Season
Waukee Public Library Art Gallery to Reopen April 2
Brad Deets Appointed as Waukee City Administrator
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Waukee Issued Record 1,781 Building Permits in 2021
Waukee Maintains Aa2 Moody's Credit Rating
Waukee Betterment Foundation Planning Final Triumph Park Fundraising Event
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