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.


  • Atkins 3rd Annual Comedy Night- Hosted by ’38 Fire Club

    Atkins Legion Hall at 7 pm

    Saturday, January 25th, 2020

    Tickets $15 until Jan 24th

    $20 at the door

    Purchase at Atkins Savings Bank (Amber) or

    Contact Dan Cross 319-241-2747

    Silent Auction

    21 years or older

    Check out 38 Fire Club Facebook page

     

    Atkins 3rd Annual Comedy Night- Hosted by ’38 Fire Club
  • Atkins Public Library News

    The Library will be hosting a Fancy Nancy Party!

    Saturday, January 11th from 10 am to 11 am.

    Come dressed in your most exquisite attire and be ready to celebrate just like Fancy Nancy! Try new activities. Go on an adventure with Nancy and see what Girl Scouts all is about! GirlScoutsToday.org or call 800-798-0833.

    Thanks to the Girl Scouts for decorating the Library for the holiday season.

    Reading a good book by an author that the Atkins Library doesn’t have…please let us know so that he/she can be added to our collection. We are always looking for authors that are new to our library and your suggestions are always appreciated.

    Please call the Atkins Library at 319-446-7676 early to reserve the City Park Pavilion. Reservations may be made, and payment received up to one year in advance.

    Atkins Public Library 446-7676

    Atkins Public Library News
  • 2020 Waste Management Recycle Calendar
  • City of Atkins Mayor’s News

    City Hall will be Closed on January 1st, 2020 for New Year’s Day.  Meet the Mayor will be on January 13th and 20th from 9am to 10am at City Hall. Welcome new council members Lana Robison and Nathan Shepard. Thank you to Rodney Haerther and Tim Harbach for your years of service on the Atkins City Council.

    We have some extra visitors that will be in the City of Atkins to do different types of work!

    Alliant Energy and affiliated Companies are in the City to put electrical lines that are currently overhead and relocate them underground. This is to decrease power outages. Some residents may get direct correspondence from Alliant Energy.

    – Benton County Assessors will be in the City to get new assessments on homes in this city.

    U.S. Census Bureau will be in the city to do work related to the US Census that is done every 10 years.

    City of Atkins Mayor’s News