Ten new sculptures have been selected for the annual public art exhibit. The theme is “The Mississippi Magnified” and focuses on artists and artwork that draw inspiration from the people, culture, beauty, and magnitude of the mighty Mississippi River.
City of Dubuque Economic Development Director Jill Connors has named Jenni Petersen-Brant as the City’s new arts and cultural affairs coordinator, effective July 15, 2019.
The Dubuque City Council has designated Eagle Point Park as a City Landmark Site. Eagle Point Park is a 164-acre community park that opened in 1909 on Dubuque’s northeast side.
The City of Dubuque Leisure Services Department has designated five more parks as pesticide-free, bringing Dubuque’s total to 15 pesticide-free parks. No chemicals are used to manage the landscape in the entire footprint of these parks.
The Growing Sustainable Communities Conference is the largest and longest-standing sustainability conference in the Midwest. The 12th annual conference will be held Thursday and Friday, Oct. 24-25, at the Grand River Center in the Port of Dubuque.
The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) has awarded the City of Dubuque a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the City’s comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR) for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2018.
The award recognizes communities that leverage civic engagement, collaboration, inclusiveness, and innovation to successfully address local issues. This is the fifth time Dubuque has received this distinction since 2007.
You can now subscribe to receive email and/or text alerts and announcements directly from the Dubuque Fire Department. Subscribe to the "Fire Department News & Alerts" Notify Me at www.cityofdubuque.org/notifyme.
Due to the predicted extreme temperatures this week, the City of Dubuque is advising residents to take precautionary measures to prevent heat-related illness. Please read on for information public cooling centers and important tips.
Throughout the year, the Leisure Services Department has job openings for seasonal employment in a variety of areas such as after-school sports/program leaders, swim instructors, gym supervisors, officials, playground leaders, et cetera.
The City of Dubuque Leisure Services Department is sponsoring the 2019 City Junior Singles Tennis Tournament for ages 7-14. See below for more information.
This Neighborhood Recreation Program is a 5-day per week program (Monday-Friday) for 3 and 4 year-olds. This is a structured recreation program including activities such as games, stories, music and art, developed around a weekly theme.
Looking for a place to ride your bicycle, in-line skate, or skateboard? Visit the brand new Flora Park Skate Park!
Have you thought about scheduling your employee outing, youth group activities or birthday party at the Flora and/or Sutton pools for the summer? You may reserve your pool rental dates eleven (11) months in advance.
Following the final day of public swimming for the 2019 season, the family dog is invited to take a dip. See below for dates and information.
The Port of Dubuque Marina Store is OPEN for the 2019 season. Please see below for our operating hours.
Join us for our Annual Lighted Boat Parade - see below for more information.
Men's, Women's and Mixed Softball Leagues will be offered Monday - Thursday evenings tentatively beginning the week of August 26th or when our Summer 2019 Adult Leagues have completed. See below for more information.
Registration information and forms for Adult Basketball and Adult Volleyball Leagues will be available in mid-August. See below for more information.
Are you looking for a place to host a baby shower, birthday party, retirement party or a holiday party?
Police are seeking assistance in identifying two subjects who allegedly shoplifted merchandise from Farm and Fleet, 2675 NW Arterial in Dubuque.
The incident occurred on 05/23/19 at approximately 2:50 PM. If you have information, or if you want to see more pictures, please visit www.cityofdubuque.org/ID4PD.
Police are seeking assistance in identifying a subject who allegedly shoplifted merchandise from Best Buy, 801 Wacker Dr in Dubuque.
The incident occurred on 05/25/19 at approximately 3:00 PM. The suspect is possibly associated with a white Mercedes with Illinois plates. If you have information please submit it at www.cityofdubuque.org/ID4PD.
Radford Road will have alternating lane traffic between Radford Ct and Wolff Rd for concrete repairs from 7:00 AM Thursday, July 18, 2019 until 7:00 PM Friday, July 26, 2019.
One lane of Peru Rd. and the intersection of Peru Rd. and Roosevelt St. will be closed for water main valve replacements from July 22-26. Read on for details and detour information.
UPDATE:The on-going Voices Building Rehabilitation Project at 1000 Jackson Street will require an extension to street closures within the Millwork District to accommodate the rehabilitation project
30th Street will be closed between Jackson Street and the alley west of Washington Street for structural repairs on the former H & W Building beginning Tuesday, July 9th.
The Pennsylvania Avenue Right-Turn Lane Addition Project will continue into its next phases and is anticipated to last approximately 4 weeks.