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Permits and any required supportive documents can be submitted in-person or via email to the Community Development Clerk.
The City of Pleasant Hill contracts with the Metro Waste Authority (MWA) for garbage/recycling collection. For more information and/or other garbage/recycling related questions, please click the following link: Metro Waste Authority
To initiate Yard Waste collection, please fill out this form and mail it, along with your payment, to the City of Pleasant Hill, 5160 Maple Dr., Suite A, Pleasant Hill, IA 50327. Please make sure your payment includes both the sticker and the cart fee for new customers. If you are an existing customer who already has a cart, you may purchase a renewal sticker via credit card at Metro Waste Authority’s website: https://www.mwatoday.com/collection-information/pleasant-hill/yard-waste.aspx.
Click here to view park shelter, Youth Center, or baseball/softball fields rental availability. You can call city hall at (515) 262-9368 and they will provide you dates and times of availability.
Recreational class and program information is available online here. Residents can sign up one of two ways:
Online registration and reservations and payments can be made here.
In Person: Stop by the Pleasant Hill City Hall Offices, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. City Hall is located at 5160 Maple Dr. Checks, cash, credit cards, and money orders are acceptable methods of payments.
To schedule a vehicle inspection, please visit https://www.pleasanthilliowa.org/429/DOT-Salvage-Inspection-Process. Before arriving, please review our services provided page and link to the Department of Transportation website for the forms needed. If your paperwork is incorrect, the officers will not perform the inspection.
The City has adopted City Code Chapter 62 which adopts in its entirety State Code 321.247. This allows for the operation of golf cars on City Streets under the following conditions:
"Incorporated areas may, upon approval of their governing body, allow the operation of golf carts on city streets by persons possessing a valid driver’s license. However, a golf cart shall not be operated upon a city street which is a primary road extension through the city but shall be allowed to cross a city street which is a primary road extension through the city. The golf carts shall be equipped with a slow-moving vehicle sign and a bicycle safety flag and operate on the streets only from sunrise to sunset. Golf carts operated on city streets shall be equipped with adequate brakes and shall meet any other safety requirements imposed by the governing body. Golf carts are not subject to the registration provisions of this chapter.”
Golf cars are not allowed to operate on sidewalks and trails.