" We invite you to please take a look around our town. Here you will find a warm friendly
town with an atmosphere to grow your dreams! "
Welcome to Cascade, Iowa
Cascade, Iowa is entered in Dubuque County near the borders of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin. The
Cascade Chamber of Commerce invites you to visit a "Place We Call Home".
Cascade Area Businesses are owned and operated by long time Cascade Families. With growth in business,
tourism and economical residential housing, Cascade has much to offer. Come see our historic buildings,
fine shops, and great eateries.
We are located on Highway 151 between Dubuque, Iowa and Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Residents of Cascade
Let’s take pride in the appearance of our Community. Please make sure lawns are being mowed and weeds and shrubs are being kept groomed. Please take a look at trees that are hanging over sidewalks and make sure they are kept trimmed. Also, please do not blow grass clippings into the City streets, which may clog the storm sewers. Also, remember to place only a 33 gallon container of garbage out on collection days. If you have additional garbage, tags are available at City Hall for $2.00. The City will be enforcing the ordinances addressing these items and others. Thank you for your prompt attention!
Lawn Care Reminder
It is the responsibility of property owners to keep their lawns mowed and free from weeds per City of Cascade’s Code of Ordinances 50.02.10. If lawns are not mowed, the City will issue a notice and if the lawn remains unmowed the City will mow it and assess the cost to the property taxes.
It is unlawful according to Chapter 135.03 of the City of Cascade Code of Ordinances to blow grass clippings into the street or have your street show evidence that grass clippings from your property were blown into the street. These grass clippings and other debris washes into the storm sewers and clogs them. Failure to abide by this Ordinance can result in a $250 municipal citation and mandatory court appearance.
2015 Election Notice
Mayor Seat 2 Council Seats
One of the most challenging and exciting responsibilities an individual can assume is to become a council member or mayor. The business of city government and local leadership presents a unique opportunity to resolve issues, accomplish goals, and affect the future of your community.
The City of Cascade conducts business on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 5:30p.m. with additional work sessions during budget season (December – February) and special meetings when necessary. Council members are assigned to various committees.
Candidate filing begins Monday, August 24, 2015 and ends with papers due at the Dubuque County Auditor?s office by 5:00 p.m. Thursday, September 17, 2015.
There is a separate area for brush and branches and a separate area for leaves and grass clippings at the yard waste site that is indicated with arrows.
ITEMS THAT ARE ALLOWED AT THE YARD WASTE SITE
Small tree branches
Small tree limbs
Things that are NOT allowed include glass bottles and jars, fence pieces, old cars, furniture, construction materials, cat litter, etc. We have had numerous items that are not allowed being dumped at the yard waste site. The City must remove these items and discard them properly at the City?s expense. If this continues, the City may have to install a fence with a locked gate at the site and it may only be open with permission from the City. It is a convenience that the City has the yard waste site available for the community. Please adhere to the rules so it can continue to be available anytime to the public.