About Bondurant

 Community Information
 

From the railroad of the 1800s to the bike trails of today, the City of Bondurant has been connecting people to opportunities for more than 135 years. With a tight-knit yet growing community, Bondurant residents and businesses are passionate about connecting to each other while welcoming visitors and new community members alike. Families are drawn to the convenience of location to the metro, a strong school system and a safe community for raising future generations. As the community continues to evolve, what will always remain is the history of hospitality and the opportunity to create a successful tomorrow.

Through its caring community and vibrant opportunities, in the City of Bondurant you’ll experience life connecting.

Bondurant is located in the heartland of Iowa, and can be directly accessed by Highway 65 (from the northeast or southwest) or NE 78th Ave (from the west). For more information about our location, including towns nearby.

Links to other websites providing data about Bondurant:
 

Wikipedia Article about Bondurant, Iowa
 

2010 U.S. Census Data

The Bondurant Regional Trailhead is a centerpiece of the Eastern Polk County trail system and Chichaqua Valley Trail. Established in 2013, the 0.7 acre trailhead park features a 1,440 square foot open-air shelter with restrooms and water bottle fill station. This shelter is a replica of the original Bondurant train station that served train passengers from 1883 to 1962. The Trailhead sits on the historic Chicago Great Western rail line. The railway operated from 1883 to 2005. The trailhead rail bed right-of-away was purchased by the City of Bondurant from Bondurant Co-Op in 2011 to create a trailhead park to honor Bondurant’s railroad history.