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10.09.2017 Special Council Meeting 
The City Council will hold a special council meeting on October 9,2017 at 7:00 a.m., click here to view the agenda. 
Walnut Creek Watershed Festival Update
The update on the Walnut Creek Watershed is that we are still planning on hosting the clean-up and the conservation booths. Currently all of the other activities will still happen.  Tomorrow morning at 8 a.m., we will make a determination on if music, inflatables and fireworks can still happen based on weather.  Watch tomorrow for updates on social media and an e-newsletter. See the flyers below! 
Sunset Terrace Update
The Contractor will be installing water services the week of October 9th. When the new water services are connected to the existing service, there will be a time when your residence will be without water.  This should be a short period.  Once the water service is hooked up, the Contractor will be running water from the outside spigot for a period of time.  If you experience any issues with water pressure or have rust or dark color water, please stop running the water and call Wyatt Klooster, Bolton & Menk, at 563-249-1719.  He will assist you with the process.
70th Street to 73rd Street
The Contractor will be begin installing driveways the week of October 9th.
2017 Sidewalk Improvement Project
Work will continue on 64th Street between Sunset Terrace and Colby Avenue.

Work will begin on 64th Street between Colby Avenue and Forest Court the week of October 9th.  Residents to have vehicles removed by 7 AM on Tuesday, October 10th. Barricades will be removed from driveways when the driveways can be accessed.

Residents looking for a quote to redo the remaining part of their driveways can call Kingston Services at 515-221-9832.  This work will not be part of the project.  All work is between the homeowner and contractor.
University Avenue Redesign Update
The concept design process for the University Avenue Redesign started on July 10th with a presentation from Bolton and Menk. Mayor Willits appointed over 50 stakeholders to serve on the complete streets advisory committee and taskforce committee for this project at the July 17th council meeting. The complete streets advisory committee has met twice.The meeting notes are located on our projects page. On our website is the proposed timeline including the upcoming meeting dates for this project. For updates on this project and other infrastructure projects and events, sign up for our e-newsletter and watch our social media accounts. Please check out our question and answer document on University Avenue. We will update the question and answer document as it progresses. Click the link below to read the Q and A.
Windsor Heights Chamber Hosting Forums
The mission of the Windsor Heights Chamber of Commerce is to support our member businesses and organizations through advocacy, publicity, education, and economic development. Since the relationship between local businesses and city government is critical to our future, we are hosting a forum to get to know our City Council candidates. Details of the forum are: 
Tuesday, October 17
6:30-8:00 pm
Windsor Heights Community Center
Open to the public
Moderator: Joe Murphy, Senior VP of Government Relations, Greater Des Moines Partnership
Tuesday, October 24
6:30-7:30 pm
Windsor Heights Community Center
Open to the public
Moderator: Joe Murphy, Senior VP of Government Relations, Greater Des Moines Partnership.
Walnut Creek Watershed Festival October 7th!