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Welcome to Missouri Valley

Missouri Valley, Iowa is nestled along the Loess Hills Scenic Byways, the historic Lincoln Highway and at the intersection of I-29 and Highway 30. It is 25 miles north of Omaha, NE and Council Bluffs, IA and is the largest city in Harrison County.


Latest News & Announcements

FrontDesk Software

The City of Missouri Valley is now offering FrontDesk, a modern and convenient solution that provides online access to a variety of tool to interact with us including your utility account.  Sign up for FrontDesk at to get these exciting advantages: Modern, online interactions with the City of Missouri Valley-anywhere, any time, from any…

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Snow Removal Reminders

The City of Missouri Valley is reminding property owners that it is their responsibility to clean off their sidewalks within 24 hours after accumulation. The City encourages citizens to clean around mailboxes and fire hydrants that are on their property. When shoveling, snow blowing or plowing sidewalks, driveways or parking areas, the snow should not…

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Dumping of Snow

135.12  DUMPING OF SNOW. It is unlawful for any person to throw, push, or place or cause to be thrown, pushed or placed, any ice or snow from private property, sidewalks, or driveways onto the traveled way of a street or alley so as to obstruct gutters, or impede the passage of vehicles upon the…

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City Hall Closed-Afternoon of 12/13/2021

On Monday, December 13, 2021, City Hall will be closed for training from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Please use the dropbox or the online payment system for payments.  We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you.

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CDBG Grant Opportunity

The State of Iowa has received approximately $21 million for a Community Block Development Grant (CDBG) program.  The grant will cover seven areas including: Public Facilities/Public Spaces Public Wifi/Broadband Access Microenterprise Assistance Housing Conversion Commercial Façade Improvements Foodbank/Food Program Assistance Daycare Assistance For questions regarding the grant, please contact Kristine Stokes, SWIPCO,, (712) 254-6317.

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Snow Emergency Press Release

When predictions or occurrences indicate the need, the Mayor can proclaim a snow emergency.  The City will notify the public via news media and social media such as Facebook and the City’s website. During such emergency, parking is specifically prohibited on north-south streets on odd-numbered calendar days and parking is specifically prohibited on east-west streets…

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