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City of Ames....Someplace Special!
In the City of Ames, we are defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values our residents hold dear. Small town values, guided growth, preservation of historical, cultural, and natural heritage are just a few of the core principles that makes City of Ames a wonderful place to call home.
Welcome to The City of Ames!
We desire to facilitate robust communications among The City of Ames. Though we are many, we are all dedicated to the single mission for improving the health and welfare of our community. In order to best serve that mission, it is imperative that we continue to have regular, meaningful dialogue in our community. I urge you to communicate freely and often to share success stories, brainstorm ideas, express opinions, request assistance, offer solutions, suggest alternatives, inform and fellowship. The idea is to enrich Ames by giving it the benefit of your varied, rich and unique backgrounds and experiences. Through meaningful communications we will not only accomplish our mission, we will surpass it.
We desire to create positive changes for The City of Ames by promoting self sufficiency through quality housing, community beautification, economic development, and through neighborhood reinvestment.
We desire to maintain the trust of the community in delivering public service programs timely and effectively and to grow progressively with the community and be responsible for its well being.
John White, Mayor
The city hall will be closed Monday, September 7th for Labor Day.
The City of Ames has partnered with Nexbillpay to offer our residents an additonal form of payment for sewer charges.
If interested, click here to access more information about Nexbillpay and to learn how to sign up for automated payments.
Have a great weekend!
Liberty County's judge, Jay Knight, issued a Voluntary Evacuaution order. To access it click here.
Additionally: The City Hall will be closed Wednesday, August 26th - Friday, August 28th due to expected weather conditions,
The trash is still scheduled to be picked up as normal. However, this may change depending on the severity of the weather.
Declaration of disatser: Hurricane Laura
click here to access the Local State Declaration of Disaster.
Liberty County has been granted $50,000 dollars for vetrans in need. If this is something you or a family member might be interested in applying for click here to access the full article and details on how to apply.
Parents: Know your options about the upcoming school year:
On July 22, 2020 LISD's Superintendent, Cody Abshier, released a statement regarding COVID-19 accommodations and what is in store for the Panthers this fall. Click here to access the Press Release.
To Access ORDINANCE NO. 2020-04 please click here...
To Access ORDINANCE NO. 2020-05 please click here...