...where community life is important
Our Proud History
Stacyville has a long and proud history as a growing, vibrant community in northeastern Iowa. Since 1856, its farmers, townsfolk, and surrounding neighbors have worked together for the common good, helped each other in challenging times, and celebrated shared and individual accomplishments. As a resident or a visitor, Stacyville has lots to offer. It's very proud of its strong local businesses, the modern full-service library with free wireless internet, active clubs and organizations, great schools, and popular parks. Close by you'll find excellent health care, colleges, and attractions for all ages -- bike and snowmobile trails, golf, public swim pools, shopping, movies, and local and regional theater and music.
And right now, lots is going on! The City has completed its new fire station at Broad and School Streets. The industrial park north of town has a new concrete road, its first tenants, and continuing improvements. Explore the website and see for yourself that in Stacyville, community life is important.
Future Plans for the Stacyville City Park
Over $58,000.00 has been raised by fund raisers, grants, 2012 Brat Trot proceeds, as well as donations from many organizations, businesses and individuals. Completion of the project is planned for June 2013. Click here for the artist's drawing of the new playground for the Stacyville City Park.
Stacyville's Next Brat Daze
Brat Daze is Stacyville's annual town celebration and this year will mark it's 47th year! Come join the fun on Saturday, July 26, 2014 - Brats served all day.
Join us for the 2nd Annual 'Wurst Games' on Saturday, July 26, 2014 at the Stacyville City Park beginning at 2:00 pm.. Early registration and fee is encouraged.
Plans for a veterans memorial including personalized bricks in the Stacyville City Park are progressing with a goal of having the monument completed in time for its dedication July 26 during Brat Daze.
City Council Meetings
Meetings are scheduled for the second Monday of the month, at 7:30 p.m. and is open to the public. Click here for more information and minutes.