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Letter from Mayor Bennett regarding COVID-19

I hope this finds you all safe and healthy as we head into another week of navigating with COVID-19. Thus far the procedures we have put into place have worked effectively. Thank you to all …Read the full article…

City of Hiawatha COVID-19 Update

City of Hiawatha COVID19-Update To protect the health and safety of Hiawatha City employees and the general public, the city of Hiawatha continues its closures of most city facilities to the general public until April …Read the full article…

Hiawatha Parks and Recreation COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update Hiawatha Parks and Recreation April 2, 2020 The City of Hiawatha Parks and Recreation Department recognizes the current impact of COVID-19. Due to presidential social distancing guidelines, closure dates are set until April 30th at …Read the full article…

Hiawatha Farmers Market Delayed until June

COVID-19 is rapidly changing the way we’re handling programs and events at the City of Hiawatha. At this time, the Hiawatha Parks and Recreation Department, with the support of the Market Manager, have decided to …Read the full article…

City Council Meetings To Be Conducted Electronically Until Further Notice

City Council meetings will be conducted electronically through an electronic format until further notice due to the concerns regarding person-to-person transmission of the COVID-19 virus. The meetings are also broadcasted live on the City’s YouTube …Read the full article…

Hiawatha Park Playgrounds Closed

For the health and safety of the public, due to COVID-19, the City of Hiawatha is temporarily closing all playgrounds. Parks and trails with remain open. Please remember to keep a safe distance when enjoying …Read the full article…

Solid Waste Agency responds to COVID-19

A message from Joe Horaney, Communications Director with Cedar Rapids Linn County Solid Waste Agency:   The Solid Waste Agency continues to provide the essential service of landfilling garbage during this health emergency. Following federal, …Read the full article…

City of Hiawatha Responds to COVID-19

      Hiawatha city officials continue to closely follow the latest developments on the coronavirus (COVID-19) condition to ensure the health and safety of our community and to help ensure the actions we are …Read the full article…