HACAP Provides Resources for those with Food Insecurity
Mobile Food Pantry
The Mobile Food Pantry that usually meets the first Monday of the month at the Hiawatha Library has been changed. A drive through service will be provided June 3 at Lindale Mall.
The Mobile Food Pantry is sponsored by the Hawkeye Area Community Action Program (HACAP).
Those experiencing food insecurity can contact HACAP for help. Visit their website for more information.
City Council Meetings Now Online
City Council meetings will be conducted electronically until further notice due to the COVID-19 virus. You can watch the Council meetings live on YouTube by clicking here.
Visit the city's website or the Hiawatha Library's website for updates about when city offices will reopen. Visit our Home Page for more COVID-19 news.
Collins Road Farmers Market
A new farmers market has been introduced to the community. The Collins Road Farmers Market began Tuesday, May 12 at Lindale Mall. This Farmers Market will be held every Tuesday from May to September, 3-6 pm, for fresh produce, baked goods, jams, flowers, crafts, food, music, activities, & more. Remember to practice social-distancing! For vendor information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit their Facebook event page for updates!
Changes at Pat McGrath Family of Dealerships in Hiawatha
The recent changes at Pat McGrath's dealership in Hiawatha won't change the excellent customer service they are known for. The dealership that once sold Buick, Kia, Cadillac and GMC vehicles, now sell Ford, Kia, and Genisis.
All the new Buick vehicles moved to a new building next to Chevyland on 51st Street NE, while McGrath's Ford inventory moved from their location on First Avenue SE.
Stop in and check out their wide selection of new and used vehicles at 1040 N. Center Point Raod. The dealership is open weekdays until 6 pm (Monday and Thursday evenings until 8 pm) and Saturdays until 5 pm. Visit their website for more information!