The Goonies will be showing at the Reinbeck Aquatic Center. For more information, click here.
THE CITY OF REINBECK WILL BE FLUSHING FIRE HYDRANTS DURING THE MONTHS OF MAY, JUNE, AND JULY. PLEASE BE SURE TO CHECK YOU WATER BEFORE DOING ANY LAUNDRY.
THE CITY OF REINBECK WILL BE SPRAYING FOR MOSQUITOES EVERY TUESDAY IF NEEDED. IF THERE IS INCLEMENT WEATHER, WE WILL DO THE SPRAYING ON WEDNESDAYS.
CITY BURN DAYS
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
You may only burn leaves & twigs. (No garbage)
Reminder: Please remember to maintain your lawn not to exceed six inches (6"). This includes the rear yard as well as the front yard. To avoid additional expense to clean storm sewers, please do not blow your grass clippings into the street. Any violations will be remedied by the City at the owner's expense. Any nuisance mowing not paid will be assessed to the county auditor and collected as property taxes.
Reminder: Property owners shall keep trees trimmed so that all branches will be at least twelve (12) feet above the surface of the street and eight (8) freet above the sidewalks. These requirements allow residents to utilize the sidewalks safely and allow for garbage trucks and other service vehicles to utilize the streets without damage to their vehicles or injury to their employees.
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE REINBECK FIRE DEPARTMENT
Reinbeck Fire Rescue to begin Cost Recovery program for Ambulance Transports to the hospital
Reinbeck Fire Rescue has contracted with third party service provider Cornerstone Adminisystems (Cornerstone), an employee-owned company with over 20 years of experience in this highly specialized industry. Cornerstone has a long standing record of excellence and will ensure that claims are handled accurately, confidentially, and with in accepted industry practices and standards.
Once the program is live, Cornerstone will coordinate, administer and manage the life cycle of patient accounts in the new ambulance billing process. This will be applicable only for those patients who receive medical care and transport. Those who request an ambulance or EMS assistance but do not need medical care and are not transported to a hospital will not be billed. A deployment date for the cost recovery program has not yet been finalized, but it is expected that the program will begin around March.
Please note that this Cost Recovery Program is not associated with the City of Reinbeck.
Questions can be referred to: Jamie Eiffler - Fire Chief: 319-404-2809
Of course, it is important to note that no patient will be denied service for lack of an ability to pay or for lack of insurance coverage. There should be no concern among the citizens served by Reinbeck in this regard, as the professionalism and care Reinbeck Fire Rescue provides will be delivered to all in need. Members of Reinbeck Fire Rescue want to stress that everyone will receive the highest quality of medical service regardless of age, race, gender, or financial status. Reinbeck Fire Rescue's chief concern has been and will continue to be the medical care of those in need and help will never be withheld for any reason.
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