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Posted on: September 12, 2019

Pleasant Hill Renames Street in Honor of Longtime Community Advocate

Penny Bellnap, Martha Miller, Mayor Sara Kurovski

On Tuesday, September 10, 2019, Pleasant Hill City Council unanimously voted in favor of renaming the eastern portion of Meacham Drive that is located between NE 64th Street and NE 80th Street, Martha L Miller Drive.

“Martha Miller has been an in...

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City of Pleasant Hill
Posted on: September 11, 2019

Lane Closure on S Pleasant Hill Blvd

S Pleasant Hill Blvd Lane Closure

There is a lane closure on S Pleasant Hill Blvd, north of Vandalia Road for road repair construction. It will be closed until approximately Friday, September 20. Please use caution when driving through this area.

City of Pleasant Hill
Posted on: September 9, 2019

Tree Spree Event

Running Tree With Wording

The City of Pleasant Hill is striving to increase its tree canopy in the community. To do this high-quality native trees (valued at approximately $80 - $100) are being made available to residents of Pleasant Hill. The cost to purchase a tree will be $30. ...

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City of Pleasant Hill
Posted on: July 12, 2019

Pleasant Hill's Partnership with Des Moines Art Center Expands in Eastern Polk County this Summer

Art Piece 1

The City of Pleasant Hill partnered with the Des Moines Art Center to provide an unexpected art experience for its residents and visitors. The partnership began last summer to provide reproductions of artwork found at the Des Moines Art Center. They were ...

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City of Pleasant Hill
Posted on: June 12, 2019

City of Pleasant Hill names Jamie Xayavong as Fire Chief

Xayavong Jamie

The City of Pleasant Hill is pleased to announce Jamie Xayavong has been appointed as the new Fire Chief. This marks the first time the City has named a female to this full-time role. City Council passed Xayavong’s hiring unanimously on Tuesday,...

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City of Pleasant Hill
Posted on: April 12, 2019

Polk County Property Assessments

Polk County assessors recently mailed each resident updated property assessments. Polk County assessments increased an average of 10% to reflect real estate market values. Polk County assessors are independent of Cities and the Iowa Department of Revenue ...

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City of Pleasant Hill