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Closed on Thanksgiving Day and the Day After. 

The Jasper City Office will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 23, 2023 & Friday, November 24, 2023. 
Leaves 2022

City of Jasper Leaf Pickup

City of Jasper Leaf Pickup begins MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2023

*Put leaves at least 6 FEET from the curb in a nice windrow
*If there is a tree above windrow, put leaves out further as the equipment is tall
*Don't put leaves on the corner as the equipment is hard to maneuver
*Don't put leaves out right after we go by
*Don't put leaves out if it is going to rain
*Leaves should be put out on Saturday or Sunday to be picked up on Monday
City of Jasper Property Assessors Annual Review – Fall 2023

The Jasper City Assessors, Mary and Erik, will be visiting properties in the coming weeks.  Assessors are required by state law to visit and physically inspect each property once every 5 years.  If your property is scheduled to be viewed this year, here’s what you can expect:

·         They will knock or ring the doorbell.  If an adult is present, an inside review may be requested depending on the last time a full review was done.  They will walk around the outside of all buildings (if accessible) to verify exterior characteristics.  They may also take a photo or two of the house, garage, or other buildings.
·         If an adult is not present when the Assessor stops by, an “Appraisal Notice” will be left with further instructions and their contact information.
·         Characteristics of the property that affect market value are age, square footage, quality of construction, condition, basement finish, recent remodeling, location, etc.
·         The Assessors wear an official identification badge, carry business cards, and have a “City Assessor” sign on their cars.
In addition to the 5-year review areas, the Assessors will visit new construction, permit, remodeling work in all areas of the city.

THANK YOU, in advance, for your cooperation during this year’s assessment review.


Effective September 1, 2023 - Water Rate Increase

Per Resolution 23-227, The City of Jasper Council hereby raises the water rate to Jasper City residents from $4.75 to $4.87 per thousand gallons effective September 1, 2023.

This follows Lincoln-Pipestone Rural Water annual rate increases for 2022 and 2023.


Download "Resolution 23-227_WaterRateIncrease.pdf"

LPRW - Residents Continue to Conserve Water 

Lincoln Pipestone Rural water received notification that, due to prolonged precipitation deficits resulting in severe drought, the Missouri-Big Sioux watershed is now in the Drought Warning Response Phase as described in the Statewide Drought Plan.
Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water is asking the City of Jasper to please keep our Water Restrictions Policy in effect that was requested in June 2023

Significant demand reduction is achievable by restricting non -essential  outdoor water use, especially lawn irrigation, building power-washing, car washing and filling of swimming pools.

From the hours of 10:00am to 8:00pm and will stay in effect until further notice. 

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
City of Jasper
Trash bin placement
Reminder: Leave at least 4 feet (or more) between your recycling and garbage tote or NEITHER will be picked up! Also, if your tote is too close to a mailbox, car or other item, YOU WILL BE SKIPPED!

City Curfew

City curfew
Did you know the City of Jasper has a curfew? Section 9.13, Subd. 2. of the City Ordinance prohibits any minor to be on or loitering on the streets or public places between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. of the following day, unless accompanied by a person of lawful age who is responsible for the minor.
Please make sure your children are home by 10:00 p.m. and not in violation of the City Ordinance.

Brush Site:

Please follow the brush site rules.

Allowable Items:  brush, leaves, tree limbs, grass clippings, and compostable garden items.

Separate your items and place in the brush or compost pile.

DO NOT start a fire.  Burning is allowed by City employees only!

DO NOT leave plastic bags or boxes used to transport items to the brush site.

DO NOT leave trash or garbage at the brush site.

DO NOT leave lumber or burnable building or remodeling materials.  These items need to go to the county dump site.

DO NOT leave metal or other unusable items like bicycles.  These items need to go to the county dump site or be recycled at another location.

Violations put the City at risk of losing the license to operate a brush site/burn site.   Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.  Fines of up to $100 will be imposed.

City Employees:

Public Works Superintendent:
Brian Thode
Cell 507-204-0999

Public Works Assistant:
Angel Garcia
Cell 708-768-1964

Trinidad Garcia

Assistant Clerk/Treasurer:
Maggie Erickson