City Hall - Frequently Asked Questions
How and where do I pay my water bill?
You may pay by cash or check at City Hall. You may also pay by check or money order in the drop box, which is located 2 doors to the north of City Hall. We also offer automated payments directly from your checking account. The paperwork for that is available at City Hall.
What is the difference between a 'Snow Emergency' and a 'Snow Route'?
A Snow Route is a designated roadway that is posted with a sign which states, 'No parking after 2 inches or more snow/ice accumulation'. A Snow Emergency is declared by the city and there shall be no parking on ANY city street until the Snow Emergency is terminated. A Snow Emergency will be broadcast over local area television, radio stations and on this website (see list below).
How can I find out if a Snow Emergency is in effect for Anamosa?
The City advertises on television stations: KCRG, KWWL, KGAN, KFXA/KFXB (Fox) and on radio stations: KDAT 104.5, KHAK 98.1, KRNA 94.1, KFMW 108, KOKZ 105.7, KKRQ 100.7. There will also be an alert in a red box on the top of every page on this website.
How and where do I pay a parking ticket?
You may pay your parking ticket by check or cash at either the Police Department (during business hours) or at City Hall. If it is after hours, you may drop it in the outside drop box at City Hall.
What are the phone numbers at the Court House?
Assessor - 462-2671
Auditor - 462-2282
Bailiff - 462-2728
Clerk of Court - 462-4341
Community Services - 462-4457
County Attorney - 462-3961
Court Room - 462-2275
Drivers License - 462-2137
Economics - 462-5310
Emergency Management - 462-4386
Engineer - 462-3785
Environmental Sanitarian - 462-4715
Extension Service - 462-2791
Human Services - 462-3557
Jail - 462-2720
Juvenile Court - 462-4601
Land Use - 462-2735
Magistrate Court - 462-4202
Maintenance Shop - 462-2572
Recorder - 462-2477
Resident Judge - 462-4255
Sheriff - 462-4371
Soil & Water Conservation District - 462-3196
Treasurer - 462-3559