From The Office Of The Mayor
Citizens of Blue Grass and those looking for a place to call home and raise a family, consider moving to “Blue Grass, Iowa”. We are located between the Mississippi River and I -80 as well as Davenport and Muscatine. I would call “Blue Grass” a true bedroom community offering its community and guest all the essentials from the local grocer, restaurant, banking, Elementary school, hardware & lumberyard, medical as well as dental care and more.
For the past 2 ½ years serving as your Mayor, I have been busy looking at ways we can improve our community, making sure the essential services have the training, certifications and equipment to provide the best. I’ve seen a growth in our residential construction, some new businesses and potential for more to come which is a must to assist in creating a stable tax base for handling the ever-growing cost to operate the City.
Office Space For Lease
City Hall Complex
116 N. Mississippi Street, Blue Grass, IA 52726
This office space features a large open 40 ft. X 27 ft. With a framed office that is roughly 9 ft. X 9 ft. Ideal for companies that want easy access located right in the heart of blue grass. The larger office space features an extra large window. A great layout for easy work flow. This office space is a shared building with city hall that features a general hallway with shared parking and a shared restroom facility. Please contact city hall at (563) 381-4700.
To be held Noveber 7, 2017
There are openings for Mayor and two City Council seats this next Municipal election that will be held in Blue Grass, Iowa on Tuesday, November 7, 2017.
Just a reminder – Blue Grass is now a “run-off” election designation; therefore, there will be only one election and no primary election.
To hold office in the City of Blue Grass, a candidate must be an eligible elector. To be an eligible elector, the candidate must be a citizen of the United States; resident of Iowa and be at least 18 years and must be a resident of the City he or she plans to serve.
Potential candidates should review their City’s Ordinances or Laws addressing the duties of Mayor and/or City Council.