Water Meter Replacement Project

Many residents, from approximately the old Inn location north, will have received door hangers on their door requesting that they call Ferguson Waterworks to schedule a meter replacement. Ferguson Waterworks is a third party company that the City has hired to help with this process. The City of Okoboji is in the process of upgrading […]

University of Okoboji Tennis Classic

Saturday (July 10) and Sunday (July 11) the Okoboji tennis courts at Speier Park will be utilized for the University of Okoboji Tennis Classic. If you’re looking for an alternate court, please call 712.330.4343 to speak with the tournament director.


Due to mechanical issues with the City’s garbage truck, City Staff was not able to complete the Spring Clean Up Day route in its entirety today (Monday, June 7, 2021). Those living on Lake Shore Drive between the address of 3607 Lake Shore Drive and 1815 Lake Shore Drive, Summer Circle, and Holliday Way will […]


The annual Clean-Up Day will be Monday, June 7th, 2021.  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 […]

Board of Adjustment Vacancy

The City of Okoboji is seeking a new Board of Adjustment member. If you are interested, please fill out the form here: https://okobojicity.com/government/application-for-appointments/ You may also fill out the application at City Hall. This is a position that is appointed by the City Council. All applications received will be forwarded to the Council for consideration. […]

Hydrant Flushing

The week of May 10 the City of Okoboji will be flushing hydrants. Flushing hydrants help ensure that the water in  the distribution remains clean and safe to drink. Please notify City Hall anytime you experience color, taste, or odor issues.

Call Before You Dig

April is National Safe Digging Month, and with the arrival of warmer weather, homeowners and construction crews will be anxious to get outside and begin new projects. Black Hills Energy has provided the following check list of things to do before digging, in order to get the job off to a safe state: