FAQ | City Services
West Delaware County Community Schools
JK – 12
601 New Street
Manchester, IA 52057
St. Mary Catholic Schools
JK – 6
132 W Butler Street
Manchester, IA 52057
Manchester Regional Education Partnership
1200 1/2 W Main Street
Manchester, IA 52057
Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC), Upper Iowa University (UIU), and the City of Manchester have partnered to create the Manchester Regional Education Partnership (MREP) to help residents within the Delaware County region achieve their educational goals efficiently and effectively. The center opened in September 2011 and is located at 1200 1/2 W Main Street (Dupaco building). The center offers continuing education courses for the adult learner as well as high school students. Offerings include GED/ABE and ESOL classes, basic computer classes, business and customized training, a state of the art computer lab, on-line credit courses and non-credit training programs for the business community. For more information, to receive continually updated information on available classes or to sign up for a class, please contact the MREP Center at 563.822.1016.
The City encourages all citizens living within the City limits to utilize the Compost site. Citizens may utilize the compost site for disposing of grass clippings, fallen leafs, and other yard waste.
The site has been organized with signage to point you in the right direction for disposal of the above listed items. Any citizens, even those living outside the the City limits may take wood chips, firewood and compost free of charge. Any citizen living outside the City limits may not bring anything in, they may only remove compost materials. If you have any questions pertaining to the rules of the compost site feel free to contact the City Office at 563.927.3636 or Larry Schmidt, Street Superintendent at 563.927.4011
Who do I call to report a nuisance?
Nuisances should be reported to the City of Manchester Project & Planning Coordinator by calling 563.927.3636.
Helpful links to a variety of important community services and resources
As a helpful resource we have provided a listing of internet links to a variety of important community services and resources. Feel free to tour our links and let us know if you think we are missing an important link.Delaware County Fair
Delaware County Parks
Iowa League of Cities
Iowa Road Conditions
Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Manchester Public Library
Northeast Iowa Community College
Regional Medical Center
St. Mary’s Catholic School
State of Iowa
West Delaware School District
Voter information: Delaware County, Iowa – Main Election Information Page
Find out if you’re registered to vote: Am I Registered To Vote in Iowa?
Find your precinct/polling place: Where Do I Go To Vote?
The Manchester Public Library is much more than a place to check out books. We have programs and services for everyone in our community. Friendly librarians are here to help you find the information you’re looking for.
Click here to find out what our library can do for you!
|Monday||9:30am – 8:00pm|
|Tuesday||9:30am – 8:00pm|
|Wednesday||9:30am – 8:00pm|
|Thursday||9:30am – 8:00pm|
|Friday||9:30am – 5:00pm|
|Sunday||9:00am – 3:00pm|
Address: 304 N Franklin Street
The Library is closed for the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve.
Nice Neighbor Award
Manchester is a community where neighbors care for each other. The “Nice Neighbor Award” was established to recognize citizens who do what they can to improve the quality of life for their neighbors or other citizens in Manchester.
The City will continually accept nominations from residents. Honorees will be chosen each month and will be invited to a City Council meeting to be recognized.
Nomination letters should include the name of the person being nominated and the name of the person who is doing the nominating as well as the telephone number of both. Send your “Nice Neighbor” letters to: Mayor Milt Kramer, 208 E. Main Street, Manchester, Iowa 52057.
Garbage & Recycling
All areas SOUTH of MAIN STREET, including both sides of Main Street
North of East Main, East of North Franklin, South & East of Oakland Cemetery
North of West Main, both sides of North Franklin, North to City Limits
If your recycling/garbage day falls on a holiday, your items will be picked up the day immediately following the holiday.
For specific questions regarding your recycling or garbage pickup, please contact:
KLUESNER SANITATION – 563.927.5977
Please recycle everything possible!
All recyclables must be rinsed, clean and dry; cartons and boxes should be flattened and all materials should be placed loose into a container or clear bags. Please cover or hold back on rainy days.
Please use a clean, designated tub, can, or clear bags for your recycling. Please remember to include your address on the outside of your container.
LIMIT: 3 CONTAINERS; 50 lbs per container
LIMIT: 80 lbs of garbage per week
Garbage must be placed into clear or white bags and tied shut. Garbage bags may be divided between 2-35 gallon cans. Garbage in colored bags or loose garbage will not be collected.
Extra Garbage / Remodeling Debis
If you have more than 80 lbs of garbage, large items or remodeling debris, it is your responsibility to contact the garbage hauler directly. This includes but is not limited to: appliances, electronics, computers, carpeting, drywall, tires, etc.
Your garbage WILL NOT BE COLLECTED if it contains things that cannot be taken to the landfill, if it has been placed in colored bags, or if you have more than the allotted amount.
Recycling & Garbage must be to the curb by 7:00am. The collector will not return to pick up late set-outs.