Important Notice in Regards to your Water

With the water supply improvments there is always the potential for pressure loss. Should it be determined that there is a possible bacteria contamination, the city would issue a Drinking Water Advisory. At this time,THERE IS NO ADVISORY IN PLACE, but we are trying to be proactive in case futurer action is needed. Questions may be directed to Public Works Director Becky Wrage at (319)464-2863. 

In the Event of A Drinking Water Advisory, Click Here

 

Butler-Bremer Communications

The following notice includes very important information in regards to the Butler-Bremer communications Fiber to the Home project in Janesville and surrounding area. Please read it closely. There are a number of items covered and we apologize for the lenght of the letter but this document attempts to answer a number of questions related to this project. You can return the request form (page 5) to Butler-Bremer - P.O. Box 99, 715 Main Street - Plainfield IA, 50666  or  to the Janesville City Clerk's Office.

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Burning and Tree Trimming Ordinances

Janesville Code of Ordinances

105.05

OPEN BURNING RESTRICTED

No person shall allow, cause, or permit the burning of refuse, garbage, or rubbish at any time. The burning of yard waste and personal papers is allowed; however, such burning shall not take place between 8:15 a.m. and 3:20 p.m. on those days when school is in session. Yard waste means any debris such as grass clippings, leaves, garden waste, brush, and trees. Yard waste does not include tree stumps.

 

135.08

BURNING PROHIBITED

No person shall burn any trash, leaves, rubbish, or other combustible material in any curb and gutter or on any paved or surfaced street.

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It is also city ordinance to keep the trees on, or above the surface of the street, trimmed so that all branches will be at least 15 ft above the the surface of the street and 8 ft above the sidewalks.

RESIDENTS ENCOURAGED TO LOCK VEHICLES TO PREVENT THEFTS

RESIDENTS ENCOURAGED TO LOCK VEHICLES TO PREVENT THEFTS

Due to recent area thefts, we are urging residents to please remove all valuables and always lock the doors when you exit your vehicle.  Please make sure that keys, wallets, purses, phones, etc. are not left in plain view.  Many of the vehicle thefts are occurring in vehicles that are left unlocked with items unsecured. 

Additionally, please keep items, such as bicycles, lawnmowers, weed eaters, tractors, ATVs, in a locked garage or shed, or secured with a lock and chain.

If you see suspicious activity in your neighborhood, report it immediately to law enforcement.

 

24/7 Contact:

Janesville Police Department – (319) 352-5400 - (Bremer-Waverly Law Enforcement Center)

Bremer-Waverly Law Enforcement Center – (319) 352-5400

Black Hawk County Dispatch Center – (319) 291-2515

Join the Janesville First Responders!

Are you looking for a way to volunteer and give back to your community? The
Janesville 1st Responders are looking for men and women to join our group. We
will pay for your Emergency Medical Responder certification in return for a 2
year commitment to our group. If you are currently a Registered Nurse, no
additional certification is required!
 
First Responders, also called Emergency Medical Responders, are certified
workers who arrive to help in emergency situations, after 911 is called for a car
accident, medical assistance, a natural disaster or when emergency crews are
needed at any time. First Responders are trained to assess the situation,
provide medical and, often, lifesaving aid when needed, and keep the situation
under control until an ambulance arrives. Being a First Responder is an
extremely rewarding way of volunteering, as you will play a crucial role in
protecting and helping your friends and neighbours with emergencies of all
kinds. You will also be joining a tight-knit group of men and women dedicated to
providing life-saving services for our community. As a volunteer Emergency
Medical Responder, you can expect to attend one meeting per month and that
will include all of the training sessions necessary to keep your certification. Call
schedules are flexible as we provide 24/7 care to those in need.
If you are interested in joining the Janesville 1st
Responders, or would like more information about becoming part of our group please contact Traci Berry by email at firstresponders@janesvilleia.com or by phone (319) 987-3020 or Nicole
Einck at nkeinck@gmail.com or by phone 319-290-6779.
 
Thank You!
Traci Berry
Janesville 1st Responder Director