City Hall will be closed on Monday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.                    
 
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4th of July Weekend Events

Mardi Gras returns to Downtown Sioux City on Friday, July 1 with the 2016 Big Parade and Mardi Gras Festivale!  Join the FREE fun when the Big Parade begins at 6:00 p.m. After you catch some flying beads, head down to the Sioux City Convention Center for the Mardi Gras Festivale. You'll find beautiful costumes, a delicious authentic Cajun meal or American kids meal, followed by live music and fireworks.

On Saturday, July 2, Saturday in the Park returns with plenty of live music in Grandview Park. Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Kacey Musgraves will headline the free annual outdoor music festival. Big Head Todd & the Monsters, KONGOS, the Wailers, Kim Simmonds/Savoy Brown will also perform on the main stage. The Second Stage, now known as The Abe, will host an additional set of artists including hip-hop performer Sir Mix-a-Lot. And don't forget Arts Alley, Kids Zone, incredible food and fireworks to end the night!

 
Peirce Mansion Celebration on Sunday

Years of restoration efforts will be celebrated at the Peirce Mansion 5th Anniversary Open House on Sunday, June 26 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Peirce Mansion, 2901 Jackson Street. The free event will feature refreshments and tours of the Victorian-era house.

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Public Meeting to Discuss I-29 Riverfront Trail Connection

The public is invited and encouraged to attend a public meeting to discuss proposed trail development along I-29 hosted by the Parks & Recreation Department. The project includes an extension of the trail along the Riverfront which will connect Chris Larsen Park to Chautauqua Park. The meeting will be held Thursday, June 23, 2016, 7:00 p.m., City Hall, 5th Floor Council Chambers, 405 6th Street.

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Tree Branch & Yard Debris Removal

Downed trees and branches that have fallen onto the street or in the right-of-way will be picked up City Crews. Downed trees and branches that originate from private property are the responsibility of the property owner.

Branches and other yard debris that are small enough to fit may be placed in a garbage container.

Smaller branches not longer than four (4) feet in length and no larger than two (2) inches in diameter will be collected curbside by Gill Hauling. Branches must be bundled together, weigh no more than 35 pounds, and must have a solid waste sticker affixed to the bundle in order to be collected by Gill Hauling. Solid waste stickers may be purchased at grocery stores, Bomgaars and City Hall.

Citizens may also take debris to the Citizen Convenience Center (Sioux City Landfill) located at 5800 28th Street where a minimum fee of $15 will apply.

Questions may be referred to Field Services at 712-279-6886.

 
Tree Debris Removal

City crews are working to open up blocked streets due to downed trees following the storm on Friday night. MidAmerican Energy has crews out removing downed trees with electric wires in them along with working to restore power to all parts of the city.

Tree debris on city right of ways only will be picked up by crews on Monday. 

 

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