City of Long Grove

 City Hall 563-285-4904

 After Hours Emergency 563-940-4504


 119 S 1st St. PO Box 210 Long Grove, IA 52756

City Hall Hours:

Monday - Thursday
8:00 am to 12:00 pm
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Public Works
Monday - Friday
7:00 am to 4:00 pm 



 General Email:

 City Clerk: Rosina Guyer

 Deputy Clerk: Pam Petersen

 Public Works: Tony Saladino

 Parks: Jed Nagle

 Mayor: Michael Limberg

 Council: Cindy Blinkinsop, Kevin Green, Brandon Cronise, Michael Boddicker & Nancy Herrin

 Civic Center Rental:563-285-4683 -Please do not call City Hall. 

Upcoming Meetings

Committee of the Whole Meeting  @ 7:00 PM, March 2rd 2020, City Hall 119 S First St. 

March 2nd 2020 Committee of the Whole Agenda

City Council Meeting @ 7:00 PM, March 3rd 2020, City Hall 119 S First St. 

March 3rd 2020 City Council Meeting Agenda

Public Hearing on the Proposed FY21 Budget  @ 7:00 PM, March 3rd 2020, City Hall 119 S First St. 

Notice of FY21 Budget Public Hearing



*Please contact 563-285-4904 to request any special accommodations for attendance Long Grove City Council Meeting or access to meeting information. 

Community Information

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The new COVID-19 website has been launched and should now be your go-to location for information regarding COVID-19.  The website is

Current Update - 03/25/2020 - Additional Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed in Scott County Residents


Two additional cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed in Scott County residents. Both are middle aged adults (41-60 years of age) who are currently hospitalized.


“We expect to see the number of confirmed cases increase in the community as testing becomes readily available and the virus becomes more widespread in the community,” said Scott County Health Department Director Edward Rivers. “We must act together to do what we can to minimize the spread.” Actions to minimize the spread include:

 Social distancing by staying at home as much as possible.

 Washing hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds each time.

 Covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue or elbow/upper arm.

 Staying home when ill.


Approximately 80% of Iowans infected with COVID-19 will experience only a mild to moderate illness. Most mildly ill Iowans do not need to go to their healthcare provider or be tested to confirm they have COVID-19. Sick Iowans must stay home and isolate themselves from others in their house. Stay home and isolate from others in the house until all of the following have been met:

1. You have had no fever for at least 72 hours (that is three full days of no fever without the use of medicine that reduces fevers) AND

2. other symptoms have improved (for example, when your cough or shortness of breath have improved) AND

3. at least 7 days have passed since your symptoms first appeared.


If you think you may need healthcare, call first. Your provider can assess whether you need to be seen in the office or if you can recover at home. There may also be options for you to talk to a medical provider from home using technology. * Please note: As COVID-19 illness becomes more widespread in the community, the Scott County Health Department will not be issuing press releases to announce new positive cases in Scott County. It is anticipated that the Iowa Governor’s Office and Iowa Department of Public Health will continue to report positive cases by county here:


The City of Long Grove will be following the guidelines set forth by the Scott County Emergency Management Administration and the CDC. The Mayor is being briefed on the issue daily and will be providing information as he receives it. As such, the City of Long Grove City Hall will remain closed during this time until further notice. However, the phones will be operational during regular business hours and employees will remain available for communication via email and phone. For more specific information related to the coronavirus, please refer to the following CDC link:


Additional information can be found on the following links:


• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:



• Illinois Department of Public Health:


• Iowa Department of Public Health:


• Illinois COVID-19 Hotline: 1-800-889-3931 or email to


• Iowa COVID-19 Hotline: Call 2-1-1


March 17, the Governor issued a proclamation of a “State of Public Health Disaster Emergency”, which in part will cause local restaurant and beverage establishments to close doors for the next 30 days to restrict public or social gatherings of 10 or more individuals.  These establishments may still provide food services, but they are limited to carry out or drive-up service.  Please call any local establishment to see how they are adjusting to this order.  The proclamation is very detailed and can be found on the State of Iowa website at :


To view an electronic copy of the Mayors letter to Long Grove residents please click the following link: 

COVID-19 2020 Letter to the Residents


Please feel free to email or call 563-285-4904 for questions or concerns.




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