City Announcements

  • Collapsed Lakeshores
    Online form for those with severe erosion or bank collapses This reporting form is being used by the Iowa DNR to gather contact information for lakeshore owners that have experienced severe erosion or bank collapses. Additional information and resources will be communicated as it becomes available. Landowners may immediately begin work with contractors or service providers to remove ...
  • Curbside Pickup and Dumpster Services for Flood Debris
    City of Okoboji: Curbside Pickup and Dumpster Services for Flood Debris Starting today, the City of Okoboji will begin curbside pickup of carpet, flooring, and carpet padding. This service will continue for at least the next week as City Staff work through the area. Please ensure all materials are placed curbside in neat, bundled piles for ...
  • Storm Debris, Sandbags, & Lake Levels
    THIS POST IS OLD INFORMATION FROM JUNE 16/17 STORM. STAY POSTED FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. Residents who have storm debris, please  cut in to manageable sections of 10′ or less. As weather and availability permit, City Staff will pick up from curb. Sand and sand bags are available to Dickinson County residents. Go to www.dcem.us for the locations ...
  • CLEAN UP DAY: JUNE 3, 2024
      The annual Clean-Up Day will be Monday, June 3rd, 2024.  It will be 1 day only. Clean-Up Day is designed to pick up items not normally picked up for regular garbage collection & is for residential only.  Please limit the weight of items you wish to have picked up &  have your items at the curb before the designated day. Be sure all ...
  • 2024 Stake Out Road HMA Resurfacing Project
    NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND LETTING for 2024 City of Okoboji Stake Out Road HMA Resurfacing Project Public notice is hereby given that the City of Okoboji, in Dickinson County, Iowa, will meet on May 14, 2024, at 6:00 pm, at which time and place a public hearing will be held in the Council Chambers in the Okoboji ...
  • Hydrant Flushing
    The City of Okoboji is flushing fire hydrants begging today (Monday, April 22) and will continue through the week. This could result in a temporary drop in water pressure and some discoloration. Those who experience that should run cold tap water until it is clear. Anyone with questions should contact city hall at 332-2550.