We are all very excited about the connections we are making along the trail system. Please advise the trail west of town is not open yet, and the barricades are up for your own protection while crews continue to work. Please be respectful of the trail closures, and we look for the work to be done by next Spring.
Would you like the opportunity to influence the future of Bondurant? Volunteering on one of the many City boards or commissions allows you to advise the City Council, hear and make decisions on appeals and variances, assist in planning of parks, recreational programs and land use and zoning, or assist with management of library services.
If you are interested in volunteering for this committee, please contact BDI A&R Chairperson Karen Hudson at 515-689-6369 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The annual BDI Developer Conference was held at Founder's on May 1 at 3PM.
Go Green with your Utility Bill
The City of Bondurant is asking people to please submit any photos they have of Bondurant events to email@example.com.
Garbage pick up will be delayed one day due to the holiday.
2013 BDI Developers Conference
Iowa leads the nation in Rail to Trail conversions with over 1,400 miles of extensive, interconnected multi-use trails. The local terrain, with rolling hills, scenic waterways, prairies, and forests, provides an excellent environment for recreational cycling, running, skating, and walking.
Setting out recycling and garbage carts in the winter can be a challenge. Here are some helpful hints!
Bondurant and Metro Waste Authority have partnered with Call2Recycle® to make convenient battery recycling available to the community members. The only free rechargeable battery and cell phone collection program in North America, Call2Recycle helps communities like Bondurant operate household battery and cell phone collection programs.
A recycling and disposal guide for your convenience.
Official Population of Bondurant: 3,860. Read this article for more information.