The City of Okoboji is observing a snow emergency starting at 12:00am on Saturday, December 1st until end of day Sunday, December 2nd. All vehicles must be off City streets at 12:00am on Saturday, December 1st. Dickinson County is currently under a WINTER STORM WARNING. Significant amounts of snow, sleet, and/or ice are expected. Travel […]
The City of Okoboji City Hall will be closed on November 22nd, 2018 and November 23rd, 2018. City Hall will reopen on Monday, November 26th, 2018 at 8:00am.
The last day for yard waste collection will be November 28th. The Dickinson County Recycling Center (2260 220th Street, Milford, Iowa 51351) is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday (November 1 through March 31) from 9:00am – 4:00pm to accept any additional green waste that you might have after November 28th.
The City of Okoboji City Hall will be closed on Monday, November 12th in observance of Veterans Day.
The restrooms and other shelter amenities are now officially closed for winter.
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As per City Council action on October 9th, 2018, Stakeout Road from the intersection of Highway 71 to Chalstrom Beach Road is now signed as a 25mph speed zone.
The City of Okoboji is currently seeking to fill a vacant spot on the City’s Design Review Committee. The Design Review Committee is a group of appointed individuals whose interest is in promoting the general welfare of the community, to protect the value of buildings and property, and to enhance the image and character of […]
The City of Okoboji is now accepting credit or debit card payments for water service through GovPayNet, a third-party service provider. Customers can access the link on our website 24/7 or call City Hall to pay by phone Monday-Friday between 8:00am-4:30pm. Customers will be charged a 2.65% service fee at the time of the transaction […]
The City is aware of the tree damage along the Okoboji Promenade. City Staff will work as efficiently as possible to clear the promenade. Total clean up could take several days. Please use extreme caution around any downed trees.