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 4:00 pm
8:00 am to NOON
Public Works
Monday - Friday
7:00 am to 4:00 pm 



 General Email:

 City Clerk: Rosina Guyer

 Public Works: Tony Saladino

 Parks: Jed Nagle

 Mayor: Michael Limberg

 Council: Cindy Blinkinsop, Kevin Green, Chad Ulrich, Michael Boddicker & Nancy Herrin

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


Building Inspection & Permits:

All new building/structures including fences and pools must have obtain city zoning approval.


After you have received approval from the City, please check with the Scott County Building

Zoning Administration to obtain proper building permits and inspections, if required.

( -Planning and Development -Building inspections)

All new buildings that require city water/sewer/electrical hooks are subject to city

connections fees and inspection prior to meter installation. (Water: $400, Sewer $800,  $8.00 Per Electrical Foot)




Upcoming Meetings

If you need help accessing the zoom link: please email for assistance.  


Community Information


The proposed pipeline, which would be up to 20” in diameter and pressurized to nearly 2200psi, has been initiated by ADM in Cedar Rapids and it would transport hazardous condensed (liquified) carbon dioxide from the ADM plant in Cedar Rapids through several rural farms and towns before connecting in LeClaire with another proposed pipeline from the ADM plant in Clinton. The pipeline route is attached here.  Wolf MSHub Iowa ScottCounty Overview 2107570 221121 152645

The City has concerns about this pipeline project and the impact that it would have on the health of our residents should there be a pipeline leak or disruption. We are also concerned about property values, future land development, and the potential use of eminent domain.  We have submitted a letter of opposition to the pipeline.  Our goals are to ensure that all community members are aware of this project, that all landowners within the proposed pipeline corridor have received certified letters regarding the project and their rights, that a North Scott alliance/committee is formed to resolve unanswered issues regarding medical and property liability coverage, the overall effect of pipeline on limited emergency resources and the associated costs of training for an emergency response to a rupture of the pipeline, and finally, the effects of the pipeline on farm land and animals.

 I strongly encourage our residents to investigate this project.  You may visit the IUB website at and the pipeline project announcement is on their home page.  You will be able to view a map of the proposed pipeline route.  Objections and comments are currently able to be filed on Docket No. HLP-2022-0002.  There is a link to the filing page in the project announcement or you may call the IUB at (515) 725-7300.

Please visit the following page for more information on the potential hazard the pipeline proposes to our community.


The Civic League has now set up a can donation center at the ball diamond on N. 1st St, Long Grove.   Donate your empty 5¢ redeemable cans and plastic bottles by bagging them up, and tossing the bag over the fenced-in enclosure at the ball diamond.  Proceeds benefit the Long Grove Civic League and Strawberry Festival.  In the near future, we will be looking for volunteers to participate in a ‘sorting day’ in order for us to get the cans and bottles ready for redemption.  Please contact Kristy at 563-343-9110 if your family might be willing to volunteer for a sorting day.


The Long Grove Recycling Calendar sent at the beginning of the year was unfortunately incorrect.  New recycling calendars are included with this month’s bill and will be available online.  Please throw your original calendar away and replace with the new calendar included with this month’s utility bill.  We sincerely apologize for the error and any inconvenience.


Unfortunately, the sewer plant/yard waste drop off site is no longer open to the public during regular operating hours. With respect to the public works limited staff, varied work schedule, and daily tasks, we are unable to monitor the site to prevent inappropriate dumping, which is creating a pest nuisance for residents near the plant, as well as, to ensure control of hazardous material disposal and public safety.  Also, the City has been informed of children entering the wastewater treatment area unsupervised, which greatly increases the risk of an accident, injury, or loss of life.  The City is exercising due diligence for the safety of all of our residents.


We understand that this change of access to the yard waste disposal area creates a loss of convenience for our residents who are accustomed to dropping off their yard waste at the wastewater treatment plant, but the City must put forth efforts to maintain general site safety to avoid accidents and mitigate liability.  The City of Long Grove will continue to provide yard waste pickup every Tuesday morning.  Brush and tree trimmings will be picked up if bundled and tied in manageable bundles.  Yard waste should be in yard waste bags with a sticker attached.  You may purchase stickers ($1.00) or bag and sticker ($1.50) at City Hall.

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City Notifications

To continue to receive emergency notifications for the City, make sure to sign up by clicking on the following link prior to November 30th 2021. On November 30th 2021 the city will stop using the CODE RED NOTIFICATION SYSTEM and instead send out notices

via Alert Iowa RAVE System. Please click the following link to sign up for city and county wide notifications.



To schedule a weekly one large item pick up, please email your name, address, and item to by Wed at 12:00 pm. You may set your items out by the curbside for Thursday pick up. NO ELECTRONICS/APPLIANCES or items larger than 50 pounds. 
For yard waste pick up, please set your bags out along the curb Tuesday mornings.You may also set out brush in small bundles. You may set out your own bags and the city will include a charge of $1.00 per bag on your next utility bill. Or you may schedule a drop off or pick up of city yard bags: $1.50 per bag to be applied to your next bill. Please email to schedule a drop off or pick up or for questions or concerns.