Welcome to New Hampton, Iowa!

The City of Expanding Horizons

Welcome to New Hampton, Iowa!


Welcome to New Hampton, Iowa!  If you are not familiar with our great City, we're located in the northeast corner of Iowa, at the junction of U.S. Highways 63 and 18.  Strategically located in the Midwest, we are a community that is creating ever-expanding opportunities for business development and personal growth.

We invite you to look more closely at our City.  As you browse through our site, you will see the wonderful things we have to offer - great schools, low-cost of living, reliable utilities, an active Economic Development Department and business community, great youth and adult Park & Recreation Program, excellent health care, and beautiful parks, just to name a few.  New Hampton is proud to be a Main Street Iowa Community.  If you need any information about New Hampton that you cannot find here, contact City Hall or Economic Development.

Live the Valley

Live the Valley

New Hampton is proud to be part of the Cedar Valley Region and Live the Valley initiative.  Live the Valley is sharing the great opportunities we have here in New Hampton and the Cedar Valley region with people all over the country.  It helps showcase our community to those living outside the region and shows current residents how to get more connected.  New Hampton is a great place to raise a family, to start a business, to find a career, and to have all the quality of life activities.

So get connected to Live the Valley on Facebook and check out the new web site, livethevalley.com.

New Hampton Area Career & Job Opportunities!!

New Hampton Area Career & Job Opportunities!!


Looking for a career or job opportunity?  Check out our regional job board!  New Hampton, the heart of Northeast Iowa, has the opportunities for you!  Click on the Employment Opportunities tab to find your next career!

Relocation Packets

Relocation Packets

Are you looking to move back to the area?  Do you have family or friends you would like to see back in New Hampton?  Click here, fill in your information or that of a family member/friend, to receive a Relocation Packet on what New Hampton has to offer!!

E-Newsletter

E-Newsletter

If you would like to receive our e-newsletter with the latest happenings in New Hampton, email Megan, nheconomic12@gmail.com, with your first & last name and email address!  To see past newsletters, click on the following link: http://www.newhamptonia.com/economic-development-newsletter.html


News

Jendro July 4th Collection

Posted: Fri, June 7, 2019
All Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday routes will run on regular schedule.

All Thursday, July 4th routes will be collected on Friday, July 5th.

All trash & recycling MUST be out by 5:00 AM or it will not be collected.
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DEB EL Food Products LLC

Posted: Tue, May 21, 2019
Great afternoon meeting the owners of DEB EL Food Products LLC.  DEB EL Food Products LLC is the new company taking ownership of the former Sparboe Foods facility.  Thank you for your investment in our community!  Stay tuned for more information to be released soon.
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TRIBE Trail Lands $100,000 Grant

Posted: Thu, May 9, 2019

The TRIBE Trail's second phase is definitely a go after committee members learned last week that the Wellmark Foundation has awarded the trail a $100,000 grant.

That means the TRIBE Trail Committee has enough money to go ahead with the bidding process for Phase II of the trail that will run from Logan Street to Linn Avenue and cost about $625,000 to build.

Committee member Megan Baltes said the committee had used the Wellmark grant in its preliminary calculations on how much money it had raised so "this is really big for us to have it secured and we're very appreciative of the Wellmark Foundation's belief in our project."

Along with grants from the Iowa Department of Transportation, the Black Hawk Gaming Association, the Chickasaw County Community Foundation and Wellmark, the committee has also received about $249,000 in private donations to help fund Phase II of the trail that will eventually connect trails in Mikkelson Park and the city's west-side Industrial Park.

Because the Iowa Department of Transportation's grant comes from its Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) that is funded by federal dollars, the committee must bid out Phase II of the project.

Baltes and fellow TRIBE Trail Committee member Rick Kramer expect to bid the project in June and work will begin sometime this August and be completed by the fall.

Phase I of the TRIBE Trail runs from Mikkelson Park through the Boy Scout Playground, down Fourth Avenue and through Garnant Park and was built in the fall of 2017.

Article courtesy of: Bob Fenske, editor@nhtrib.com
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