Welcome to Granger, Iowa

Granger offers small town charm with excellent recreation opportunities & easy access to all the cultural, shopping, theaters & restaurants of the metropolitan area. Granger is located just minutes north of Des Moines on Highway 141 & Highway 17.

Our community is growing & thriving, with an attractive city park, two churches, two schools & a nursing home. We are proud of our community & hope you enjoy the friendliness we offer. At the City of Granger we strive to provide up-to-date information on city services.

Check back often for updates on park and recreation activities, latest action of the City Council, city news, & other areas of interest.

- Headline News -

Now Hiring A Full Time City Administrator

To download job information click HERE  For job application click HERE     Full-Time City Administrator – City of Granger The City of Granger is a fast-growing community located 10 minutes northwest of the Des Moines metro.  It has excellent small schools and a great mix of new and well-settled families. We are currently accepting…

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Fireworks Ordinance

Please remember that fireworks are no longer allowed for the month of June. Our Ordinance No. 393 was amended in October 2020 to only allow fireworks from July 1 thru July 8 from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. except on July 4 which allows to 11 p.m. If you do not adhere to the Ordinance,…

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City of Granger Employment Application

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An Important Message From Our Mayor

MAYOR STATEMENT: Hello all—hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. As we all know, school is on hiatus, a lot of us are working from home, and we have at least 3 weeks of this new normal. One thing I want to really stress is that COVID-19 can be spread by those WHO DON’T KNOW…

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Sign Up for E-billing Today

With the rising cost of postage, the City would like to encourage utility costumers to sign up for E-billing. It’s a very convenient and green way to receive your utility bill and newsletter. To get your bill by email, please fill out the form and return it to City Hall.  To download form click here.

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Letter From Our New Mayor

To download the letter click here LETTER FROM OUR MAYOR As we start 2018, and I start my first year as Mayor, I felt it would be a good idea to communicate with everyone via our website, as well as our monthly newsletter.  I am excited about being Mayor, and excited about Granger’s opportunities to…

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- City Contacts -

- About Granger -

The City of Granger was founded on land originally owned by Nathan Seiberling. The new town was surveyed, platted and recorded in 1885 and was named for C.T. Granger a railroad man.

- City Council Meetings -

The Granger City Council meets at 7:00 pm on the second Wednesday of every Month. Meetings are open to the public and held at City Hall.

- City Contacts -

Get in touch with city officials

- Online Payments -

Pay Utilities  and Fees Online

- Library Events -

The Granger Public Library is proud to provide many programs throughout the year. Check out more library events and programs below!

- Library History -

The Granger Public Library was started in the 1920s by the Kozy Club which is now known as the Granger Women’s Club.  The Library was originally housed in the Town Hall, stocked through book donations, operated by Kozy Club members, and supported through bake sales!

- About the Library -

Our friendly staff is here to assist you in finding the right book, CD, DVD, or online resource.

- Park Board-

The board meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm. Meetings are held at the Granger Community Center. All meetings are open to the public.

- Programs -

We are excited to offer the residents of Granger and surrounding communities this delightful building. With a beautiful Events Room (complete with dance floor), a spacious Dining Room with a large kitchen and serving area and a Meeting Room.

- Granger Parks -

It's the mission of the Granger Parks and Recreation Department to create recreational opportunities for growth and enhancement by developing services and programs that promote citizen involvement and a strong sense of community while striving to increase the social, cultural, and physical well-being of its residents and visitors.