208 East Main Street
Manchester, Iowa 52057
(563) 927-3636
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City Meetings & Events

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Council Agendas & Packets

The regular meetings of the Manchester City Council are scheduled for the second & fourth Mondays of the month at 5:00pm. Meetings are held at Council Chambers, 204 East Main Street.

Council Agendas & Packets



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Latest News from KMCH.com

  • Confirmation Hearing for U.S. Ag Secretary Nominee 03/26/2017
    The Senate Agriculture Committee held a confirmation hearing Thursday for U.S. Ag Secretary nominee Sonny Perdue. Democrats on the panel have raised questions about the Trump Administration’s commitment to agriculture. Perdue said he did not have input into the administration’s proposed budget, which calls for a 21-percent cut at USDA, but the former governor of...
    Janelle Tucker
  • Surveys Show Manchester Drivers Buckle Up 03/26/2017
    A couple surveys show that most of Manchester’s drivers are buckling up. Manchester Police and other law enforcement agencies across the state participated in the Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau’s STEP Program over the St. Patrick’s Day holiday. Here in Manchester, police were stationed at locations throughout town watching for seatbelt use. Before the STEP Program...
    Janelle Tucker
  • Iowa Farms Almost Entirely Family-Owned 03/26/2017
    JOHNSTON, Iowa – There is a popular myth out there that today’s modern food production system is being run by corporations or industrialized agriculture. But, the truth is that much of our food is grown and raised on farms by families. Iowa has roughly 88,000 farms and 129,000 farm operators. According to the U.S. Department...
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Manchester Whitewater Park

Our park consists of 6 drops at roughly 18″ per drop and spans over 800ft. in length, Reconstruction of the river began upstream of Marion Street and extends downstream toward the CN railroad bridge. The Manchester Whitewater Park is open to the public and there is no cost or admission to utilize the park. The primary in-stream users will be whitewater enthusiasts including kayakers, canoeists, rafters, tubers, swimmers and boogie board/surfers.