The City of Dubuque is gearing up for a winter storm, prompting temporary closures and adjustments to services to ensure the safety of residents and employees. On Tuesday, January 9th, several city offices will be closed to walk-in traffic, including City Hall, the Municipal Services Center, Leisure Services Department, Multicultural Family Center, and Housing and Community Development Department. While closed to the public, City employees will remain accessible by phone or email throughout the day.

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To assist with snow removal efforts, residents are encouraged to move their vehicles to off-street spaces. Dubuque is offering free parking in unreserved spaces in select city-owned ramps starting at 3pm on Monday, January 8th, until 7am on Tuesday, January 16th. The designated ramps for free parking include Central Avenue Parking Ramp, 5th Street Ramp, Five Flags Ramp, and the Intermodal Ramp.


The Jule’s minibus and fixed route service will operate on an on-call basis on Tuesday, January 9th, from 4:45am to 5pm, providing on-demand service for essential trips on main roads. Passengers can request an on-call trip by calling (563) 589-4196. The Carnegie-Stout Public Library will be closed on Tuesday, January 9th.

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While Tuesday collections of trash and recycling are expected to continue as scheduled, weather conditions may cause delays. Any items not collected on Tuesday will be picked up on Wednesday. Additionally, the opening of the Housing Choice Voucher Program wait list by the Housing and Community Development Department, originally scheduled for January 9th, has been postponed to Thursday, January 11th.

PHOTO CREDIT: City of Dubuque Facebook
PHOTO CREDIT: City of Dubuque Facebook

Utility Billing customers have various payment options during City Hall’s closure, including online payments, phone payments, drop box payments, mailed checks, and payments at designated bank locations. Parking ticket payments can also be submitted online, dropped off at the City Hall drop box, paid by credit card over the phone, or in-person at the City’s Intermodal Center.

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Residents are advised to stay informed about further developments and adhere to safety guidelines during the winter storm. The City aims to resume normal operations as soon as road conditions improve.

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