City of Guthrie Center
Guthrie Center Municipal Utilities


Closed for the season.  See you in 2018!

 

 

 

Opening Day - TBA



 

 

The Aquatic Center is a 6,559 square foot facility, boasting two water slides, a zero depth entry, a concession area, diving board, and lounge chairs for relaxing!
  
Hours for 2018
     1-5 and 6-8 pm
      
                  
Season Passes for 2018

     $130 - Family
     $  75 - Single


     Non Profit Group Rate available - inquire at City Hall

Daily Rates for 2018  

   $4 - age 2 and older
    

The Aquatic Center can be rented for pool parties for you and up to 99 friends for a maximum of two hours.  The cost is $100/hour.  Contact the Aquatic Center to schedule your party. The telephone number is 641-332-2989.

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Home Swim Meets - 2018  The pool will be closed the following evenings for home swim meets.
        Home Swim Meets start at 6 pm

        June - TBA

               
                          

Group Swimming Lessons:  Group lessons are available.  Sign up form
here
.  The cost is $35/swimmer for 2017.  Minimum class sizes are required so be sure to sign up early.  Children can be signed up for any session.

Tentative dates for 2018 Red Cross lessons are as follows:    


    PanoramaJune 11- June 22 

    

     Guthrie Center/Adair Casey -  June 25 - July  6 (no class on July 4 - no makeup)


Aquatic Center - 332-2989

Utility Billing Inquiries - 332-2190

City Clerk/Administrator - 332-2190

Zoning Questions- 332-2190



The Aquatic Center is overseen by the Parks & Recreation Board

Linda Grove

Blake Michelsen

Chris Bunde

Alan Mahaffey

If you are interested in serving on the Parks & Recreation Board please contact city hall at cityhall@guthriecenter.com

69.11  SNOW REMOVAL.  During snow events, when plowing will be necessary, the City will implement an Emergency Parking Ban.  No person shall park, abandon or leave unattended any vehicle on any residential street, alley, or City-owned off-street parking area during an Emergency Parking Ban.  An Emergency Parking Ban shall be defined as commencement of the fall of snow and accumulation of such snow to a depth of two (2) or more inches and/or accumulation of ice covering the entire surface of streets. 

  

1.         A snow emergency parking ban shall continue until the snow has ceased to fall and has been removed or plowed from said street, alley or parking area. 


2.         All motor vehicles and vehicles of any other kind shall be removed from residential and/or commercial streets during an Emergency Parking Ban and/or when snow removal operations are in progress and before such operations have resulted in the removal or clearance of snow from the City streets.  Any City Official may direct motor vehicles of any kind to be removed from City streets. 


3.         The vehicles shall be removed and not left standing or parked on the streets, as provide above, in order to facilitate snow removal.  Snow removal shall include the action of any and all snow equipment necessary to remove snow from the City streets to provide access and proper use of said streets.

 Vehicles left standing or parked in violation of this Chapter may be towed at the owner’s expense, may be fined, or both.


 Penalties.  Vehicles left standing or parked in violation of this Chapter shall be fined in accordance in Chapter 70.03


 

136.03  REMOVAL OF SNOW, ICE AND ACCUMULATIONS  Within ten (10) hours after the accumulation of snow and ice, property owner's must remove such snow and ice from sidewalks.  If not, the City may do so and assess the costs against the property owner for collection in the same manner as a property tax.  (Chp 136.03)