Beggars' Night 2020 - October 31, 6-8pm.
The City of Grimes seeks to enhance cultural experiences and amenities for residents and visitors. Please take a moment to complete this survey. Your thoughtful responses will ensure recommendations make the best use of Grimes’ unique assets, existing resources and reflect local culture.
Link to survey here.
New Garbage Service Provider
The City of Grimes is dedicated to enhancing services provided to residents. Beginning in July, our garbage hauler switched to ASI, out of Ankeny. To provide this service, the city is closely working with Metro Waste Authority.
By working with Metro Waste Authority, residents will be able to call one place for assistance with trash, recycling, and yard waste.
If you have extra bags or boxes of trash, a $1 extra trash sticker will be needed for disposal. Most large household items require a $5 sticker, while appliances require seven $5 stickers. Residents simply need to place the extra trash or large item, with the appropriate stickers, at the curb on their regular collection day. Calling ahead is only required for disposal of TVs larger than 19” or an appliance.
Stickers are sold at city hall. Stickers can also be purchased on the Metro Waste Authority website, then will be mailed to your home.
For questions, visit www.WhereItShouldGo.com/Grimes or call 515.244.0021.
Grimes Waste Water Treatment Plant FAQ (PDF)
To view information regarding cancellations of Parks and Recreation programs, visit our Parks and Recreation Alerts, Closings and Canellations page.
Grimes Storehouse: Currently the only food pantry physically located within Grimes. The Grimes Storehouse’s challenge is to not only reduce or eliminate hunger but to also feed people’s hope and sense of purpose in their lives.