The Ames Main Street Farmers' Market will reopen Saturday with social distancing measures and no additional activities.
The Ames City Council announced that the Fourth of July parade, fireworks and pancake breakfast are canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ames City Council will discuss a letter sent by Ames Main Street Farmers’ Market to consider reopening May 9.
The Ames Police Department is warning community members about potential COVID-19 scams.
The Ames City Council voted to approve a transfer of $6,569.31 to Emergency Shelter within Emergency Response Project’s (ERP) allocations from Service Coordination
Ames City Council will meet virtually to discuss increasing the city’s fiscal year 2019-2020 allocation for Emergency Shelter after exhausting it in February.
Ames City Council will host an electronic meeting March 24 due to COVID-19.
Ames restaurant owners and employees have taken a financial blow during the COVID-19 pandemic, though some have said they see it as an opportunity.
After the motion to pursue a pilot program for motorized scooters failed, the Ames City Council voted to create a list of priorities regulating micromobility.