West Burlington Municipal Pool at 602 West Burlington Ave
Our Lady Of Grace Grotto on 420 W Mount Pleasant St
Community Park on 602 West Burlington Ave
Pat Klein Park at the end of Swan St

Swimming Pool Manager

Individual will manage a municipal swimming pool and associated concession stand from May – August. Must possess supervisory experience, excellent communication and customer relation skills. Restaurant, Concessions management or similar experience a plus. Ability to obtain a Certified Pool Operator certification within one year of hire. Salary dependent upon qualifications. For an application and job description Click Here to download them.

Street Closure

warningThe City of West Burlington has contracted with Daly Construction Company to repair sections of Broadway Street between the entrance of Wal-Mart and Agency Rd. The entrance to Wal-Mart will not be affected. Weather permitting; the construction is set to begin Wednesday, March 25th, 2015. The road will be closed to through traffic for approximately five days. We appreciate your cooperation during these repairs.

West Burlington Pool Employment

poolThe City of West Burlington is taking applications for Lifeguards and Consession Staff. To apply for these positions please fill out the application and return it to City Hall at 122 Broadway St, West Burlington, IA 52655. To download the application please Click Here

Money Down The Drain

Leaking toilets are the number one source of wasted water in the home. The trouble with leaking toilets is you don't always hear them leaking. Slow, silent toilet leaks are quite common. Checking regularly for toilet leaks is not a part of most people's normal routine, but it should be.

Here are some of the more obvious signs of a leaking toilet in your home:

      • If you have to jiggle the handle to stop the toilet from running
      • Noises from a toilet that is not being used
      • If you can see water trickling down the sides of the toilet in to the bowl a while after it was flushed

Toilet leaks can waste hundreds to thousands of gallons. They cost you money and waste a substantial amount of water. Fortunately, most toilet leaks are easy and inexpensive to fix. Generally, repair kits are reasonably priced and are available at most hardware stores.

Checking for the leak is easy!

        • Remove the toilet tank lid
        • Place a dye strip from City Hall or 10 drops of food coloring in to the toilet tank. Don't Flush!
        • Wait 10-15 minutes. If color appears in the bowl without flushing, this means water is leaking from the tank after it goes through your water meter. Money down the drain!

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  • Swimming Pool Manager

    March 23 , 2015

    Swimming Pool Manager Individual will manage a municipal swimming pool and associated concession stand from May – August. Must possess supervisory experience, excellent communication and customer relation skills. Restaurant, Concessions management or similar experience a plus. Ability to obtain a...