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No. For airline services nearest to Sioux Center, please view the following link. Nearby airline services.
Chartered private flight services are available through AirFlair at the Sioux County Regional Airport.
The runway is 5,500 feet long and 100 feet wide, accompanied by a full-length parallel taxiway.
Yes. Instruction and other aviation services are provided by AirFlair. Contact them at (712) 567-1000.
Contact Suzie Schuld via e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (712) 722-4386 ext. 8.
Building permits are required for:
Additional regulations are listed in the City of Sioux Center Code of Ordinances (PDF).
You are allowed to construct a 120-square-foot accessory building with a permit. It should be placed 10 feet from the property to avoid utility lines.
For all inspections, please call Code Enforcement Director Josh Dorhout at (712) 722-0761.
Individual Centre Mall store hours vary. Go to the Centre Mall Store Directory for individual store hours.
Every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Call (712) 722-2923 for details. View the Sioux County Drivers License Schedule for more information.
The Life Serve Blood Center is open the first Thursday of each month from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Look for additional blood drive dates on the Centre Mall Calendar.
City of Sioux Center/Sioux Center Municipal Utilities
Sioux Center holds monthly tornado siren tests the first Friday of every month from April through September as well as during Severe Weather Awareness Week in late March. The tests begin at 10 a.m. on those days.
The City has nine sirens placed at various strategic locations around the city and Sandy Hollow to provide outdoor warning.
The 2018 fiscal year, Sioux Center's city property tax rates were ranked 482nd highest out of 941 cities in Iowa. Below is a listing of cities in Sioux County and their 2018 tax rates: To view comparisons with other local tax rates, view Area Property Tax Rates
To view comparisons with all Iowa cities, visit Tax Rate Web site, click the City Tax Rates link on the left, and open the file "Consolidated Tax Rate Comparison Between Cities."
If you live in the city limits, the city gets approximately 35% of your property tax payment. The school gets around 48%, the county gets 15% and the community college gets 2%. There are also some businesses located in TIF areas where a portion of the tax bill is split with these percentages and a portion is diverted to a particular project.
If you live outside of city limits, no portion of your property taxes goes to the city.
There are five factors that determine your tax bill. Four of these factors are tax rates set by the school, city, county and community college. The fifth factor is your property valuation. If all four entities did not raise taxes but your property valuation increased, your individual tax bill could still be higher.
The city currently has around $12 million in cash on hand. This is about 35% of annual expenses and is not excessive for a city with municipal gas and electric utilities. Around $2 to 3 million is continually needed for monthly cash flow. Monthly purchase of wholesale natural gas alone have been as high as $900,000 in recent winters.
Sales tax in Sioux Center is 7%, which is normal for communities in Iowa.
That 7% rate is a combination of two rates. The Iowa sales tax rate is 6%. Like many Iowa cities, Sioux Center has a local option sales tax of 1%. Of this 1%, the City of Sioux Center gets approximately half. The remainder is split between the county and other cities in Sioux County.
No. The city collects property tax, local option sales tax and hotel tax.
However, the state does collect an income tax and gas tax.
Fireworks are prohibited within the City of Sioux Center, except during the dates allowed: June 13-July 8 between 9 a.m.-10 p.m., with extended use to 11 p.m. on July 4 and the Saturdays/Sundays before and after July 4 (up to July 8). Must be 18 to use. A $250 fine applies for misuse.
You can make an online reservation request,
call the All Seasons Center at (712) 722-4386,
or email the All Seasons Center staff.
Yes. Meals are served each Wednesday at the New Homestead Community Room, 510 North Meadow Drive in Sioux Center beginning at 11:30 a.m. for all seniors 60 years of age and older. Kelly’s Catering from Hospers provides this service at a cost of $6 per meal. There are no income guidelines or tickets needed to attend this meal. Menus are posted on Channel 12 and in the local newspapers. For more information, you can contact (712) 722-2237 (New Homestead office).
If water backs up in a basement floor drain when the washer runs or someone is using the shower or bathroom facilities, the problem is most likely within the home's private service line and you should call a drain cleaning company.
For more ideas, please call the Water Department at (712) 722-0761.