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Posted on: May 20, 2022

Larson Receives Government Finance Officers Association Hero Award

The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) of the United States and Canada has awarded City of Dubuque Director of Finance and Budget Jennifer Larson the association’s 2022 Hero Award.

The GFOA Hero Award recognizes government finance officers who have demonstrated extraordinary actions beyond their normal duties during a time of health, financial, natural, or human-made crisis. The association noted Larson’s leadership during...

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Posted on: May 19, 2022

Dubuque to Celebrate National Public Works Week with 'Touch a Truck' Event

The City of Dubuque is celebrating National Public Works Week, May 15-21, 2022. The week recognizes the contributions of public works professionals to the communities they serve.

Public works professionals with the City of Dubuque work in departments that provide clean drinking water, stormwater and sewer management, engineering services, trash and recycling collection, and maintain the city’s street infrastructure, rive...

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Posted on: May 18, 2022

Dubuque to Celebrate ‘Kids to Parks Day’

Dubuque has joined the National Park Trust and communities across the country in proclaiming Saturday, May 21, as national “Kids to Parks Day.” In celebration, all vehicle entrance fees to Eagle Point Park in Dubuque this Saturday will be waived.

Other opportunities to celebrate Kids to Parks Day are abundant in the Dubuque area. The City of Dubuque offers 48 parks covering over 1,200 acres and features trails, tennis, picnicking, fishing, skateboarding, pickle-ball, softball and baseball, playgro...

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Posted on: May 11, 2022

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Posted on: April 28, 2022

Recreational Fires and Portable Outdoor Fireplaces Reminder

As weather improves and residents open their windows and gather to enjoy the outdoors, the City of Dubuque Fire Marshal is reminding residents that recreational and portable outdoor fireplace fires are allowed as long as a few basic rules are followed.

Be a Good Neighbor

Be aware of wind direction. Your neighbor may not appreciate your fire if their windows are open or if their clean laundry is on the line.  Atmospheric conditions should be such that smoke and gases are allowed to rise up and a...

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