City of Ames Fire Department


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2400 S Duff Ave
Ames, IA 50010
(515) 239-5545
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Pop Up Meeting (03/01/2017 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM)

If you have enjoyed the weather the past couple of days, get out and do so! We are in for a big change soon! Rain is expected to begin late on Thursday and continue in the overnight into Friday. Rain will likely continue until the afternoon on Friday when a change over to snow is expected. The heaviest snow is to be north and west of Ames, however an inch or two of accumulation is certainly possible. Warming ground temperatures and warm pavement from the recent nice weather will help with initial melting, however expect some accumulation. Behind this system are very strong winds. It will make travel conditions very difficult in areas that see significant snow. The temperatures will plummet as well with highs only in the 30s and lows in the teens to 20s over the weekend. The wind should die down later Saturday into Sunday. There is another chance of light snow again on Sunday and again on Monday. Neither system appears to amount to much for accumulation, however the will need to be watched as it is still a ways out in the forecasting world. Public Works crews will be saddled up and ready to go on Friday. We hope that everyone remembers their safe winter driving skills! To date we have had a little over 13 inches of snow. The average as of February 22 for the past 7 years has been over 23 inches, and keep in mind we average almost another 9 inches in recent history for the remainder of the winter season. So just remember only 25 days, 15 hours, 24 minutes until spring (!
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CyRide Public Meeting (03/01/2017 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM)

City in motion! Ames Fire Dept. appreciates opportunities to train in old E-Free Church and properties at Sheldon &…

City of Ames - City Government added 2 new photos.
Enjoy this great weather by visiting parts of Ames you don't see very often - you might be in for a surprise or two! Check out these two photos from this afternoon. One shows the demolition of the former E-Free Church along 24th Street. The property is now owned by neighbor Northcrest Community, who allowed Ames Fire Department to conduct fire training in the building before the demo work started. The second photo shows the intersection of Sheldon Avenue and Lincoln Way, which has been cleared for a new development. Ames Fire also did training in buildings on this property before they were taken down.

CyRide Pop-Up Meeting (03/01/2017 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM)

CyRide Pop-Up Meeting (03/01/2017 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM)

Remember that City Hall and most City offices will be closed on Monday, Feb. 20, for Presidents Day. We'll see you on Tuesday!

Congratulations to the Ames Public Library, which was recognized tonight at the NAACP annual banquet. The library received the President's Award for its efforts in encouraging community inclusiveness and diversity. NAACP Ames Branch President Edna Clinton (left) presented the award to Library Director Lynne Carey, along with Library staff Mary Logsdon and Jerri Heid. The award specifically recognized the Library's "culturally relevant, intellectually-challenging, community building work." Great job, APL!!

City of Ames - City Government shared a link.
CyRide has scheduled opportunities for the public to comment on potential route and schedule changes. The transit system has been working with a consultant, Nelson Nygaard, to consider options that will benefit the Ames and Iowa State University...