Monmouth Town Hall
With a population of 174 residents, twelve businesses are
located in and around Monmouth including two eating
establishments, an archery shop, hair cutter, tractor salvage
business, car and tractor repair shop, and a hackney pony
stables. Monmouth is located on Highway 64 - the Grant Wood
Scenic Byway - eleven miles West of Maquoketa. Monmouth has a
central City Park and City Hall. The Monmouth Community Center
is located in the former Monmouth School House. Several business
site development opportunities are available in downtown
Mayor: Doug DeMoss
City Clerk: Stephanie Leis
Councilpersons: Janet Graves, William Kramer,
Georgia Leaver, Scott Franzen, and Missy Potter
City Council meeting:
7:00 PM the last Wednesday of each month
Monmouth City Hall, Box 68, Division Street
City Contact: Roger Schnoor, Mayor, 563-673-2541
||The Monmouth area offers a
number of farm-Ag tourism
opportunities for visitors
Electrical Service: Alliant Utilities (800)
Sewer: Baldwin-Monmouth City Treatment Plant
Telephone and Internet service:
Baldwin-Nashville Telephone Company, 563-663-2001
Water: Water is provided by City wells
Baldwin-Monmouth First Responders -
Fire: Wyoming Fire Department
Police: Jackson County Sheriff's Office,
Midland Community School District in Wyoming.
563-488-2292. Bus transportation provided.
Clinton Community College in Maquoketa.
Northeast Iowa Community College in Peosta.
Kirkwood Community College in Monticello.
||The Monmouth school building
and grounds serves as the community's
Faith United Methodist
108 East Washington, Monmouth
Pastor: Rev. Jim Davis, 563-488-3955
Worship Service: Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
In Monmouth April - September
First Alert: Jackson County Public Hospital
dispatches Monmouth First Responders
Clinics and Physicians: see
Hospital: Jackson County Public Hospital,
||The City Park in Monmouth has a
and picnic facilities for large group picnics
City Parks and Recreation
Monmouth City Park located on North Division Street has
playground equipment and a picnic shelter. The Monmouth School
House was last used as an elementary school in 1987 and has
become the Monmouth Community Center. The auditorium is
available to use for receptions, benefit events, community
suppers and reunions. The annual Halloween haunted house is the
major fund raising event for the non profit community center the
last two weekends in October.
For more information on the Monmouth Community Center contact
Ellen Agnitsch, 563-673-2221