208 East Main Street
Manchester, Iowa 52057
(563) 927-3636
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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



City Notes / Alerts

Latest News from KMCH.com

  • HS BASKETBALL: Tuesday Night Lineup 01/23/2018
    By Jon Swisher-Sports Director: High School basketball returns with a regular full slate for a Tuesday night. From KMCH Sports an area girls and boys split doubleheader. First a battle for the Tri-Rivers Conference, as the two teams ranked No. 1 in their respective classes get together at North Linn High School. The 2A top-rated...
    Jon Swisher
  • Arrest Made Following Investigation Of Lake Delhi Death 01/22/2018
    An arrest has been made in connection with a fatal accident on Lake Delhi that killed Alex Salow of Delhi.  The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office arrested 36 year old Joshua C. Juengel of Manchester on Friday. Juengel informed investigators that he was in the vehicle with Salow but exited long before it went through the...
    Mike Johnson
  • Jerry Burke – FFDC Grants 01/22/2018
    Listen as Jerry Burke talks about the grants available through the Foundation for the Future of Delaware County:    
    Mike Johnson

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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.