Welcome to the City of Atkins!

More than a just a place where people live, our community is unique and vibrant. This community is home to friends and neighbors, people who contribute to the excellent quality of life. But its not just the people, but also the government, the businesses, the schools, and the activities that make us a great place to live or visit. We are proud to call this our home.

  • City of Atkins Mayor’s News

    Mayor news for August 2019

    Mayor will be at City Hall August 10 from 9 to 10 to talk with you about questions or concerns residents may have. Anyone is welcome.

    Property lines are a common issue when planning to build a fence, building or even plant a tree among other things. It is a good idea to check your property lines so you know where your responsibility lies for care and maintenance too. Benton County has a great resource for property information where you can view your property boundary on-line. Here is how to find your information – search the web for Beacon Benton County Iowa, click on BEACON, select the state of Iowa, the county of Benton, click property search and then enter your preference of property search by address or your name to find your property. Click MAP for a picture of the property boundary. A surveyor can provide exact information, but this will give you an idea of your property line.


    City of Atkins Mayor’s News
  • Next Farmers Market August 18th and September 15th

    Farmers Market   5pm to 7pm

    Aug 18th, Sept 15th.

    Click for more information!

    To Join as a Vender email atkinsfarmersmarket@outlook.com

    or call Pamela 319-981-7755

    Next Farmers Market August 18th and September 15th
  • 2019 Golf Cart Registrations are Due

    It’s that time of year to register your golf cart!

    Per city Ordinance #185 Golf Carts may be operated

    on the streets of Atkins after First obtaining a permit.

    Forms can be found online or at City Hall.

    A Fee of $25 and proof of insurance should be submitted


    2019 Golf Cart Registrations are Due
  • New 2019 Waste Management Recycle Calendar
  • Atkins Public Library News

    Atkins Library now has an online card catalog. Check out www.atkins.lib.ia.us

    Overdue books and fines:   All books must be returned, and fines paid before a patron can check out new items. Letters have been sent to households that have outstanding items and fines (and yes some are quite old). Thanks for your attention to this matter. Letters will be sent monthly to remind patrons to return items and pay fines. Thanks to all the patrons who have returned their overdue items and paid their fines. To avoid future overdue items and fines the computer system is set up to either e-mail you or text you when items are due. If you are not getting either message contact the library to update your account.

    Summer Reading Program was once again a great success. A huge thank you to all the volunteers who helped make it a success. Over 70 children participated each week along with an average of 15 volunteers.

    Atkins Public Library 446-7676

    Atkins Public Library News
  • Crafter’s Connection is back!!! November 16th 2019

    Crafter’s Connection is back!!!

    Mark your calendars for November 16, 2019!

    Yes, it’s that time again! CRAFTER’S CONNECTION will once again be back with a great show of arts and crafts offered by some of Eastern Iowa’s best crafters. You will find a variety of handmade items from some very talented people. Make a day of it shopping for Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries, and special occasions or just because. Enjoy a great lunch provided by the American Legion Auxiliary. I am also looking for new vendors to display their handmade crafts. Please contact me as soon as possible to secure your booth. For more information, or if you would like to participate, contact Pam Duball 319-981-7755.

    Crafter’s Connection is back!!! November 16th 2019
  • Water Department News!

    The City of Atkins will be doing some work on our well.  The work should start on or around August 19th.  If everything goes as planned there should be no interruption in service and the water should remain safe throughout the process.  A boil order should not be necessary.

    If the work being done does cause a need for a precautionary boil order we will send communication to each household and update all of our media to give details of the order.

    At this time a boil order is not planned to be necessary.

    Water Department News!