Heart of the Tri Counties Welcome to Durant, Iowa! Durant is a growing community, centrally located in the heart of eastern Iowa, uniquely extending into Cedar, Muscatine and Scott counties. Friendly residents, industrious business owners and many community service volunteers all contribute towards the economic growth and development of this thriving community. Durant may be small in size, approximately 1,800 residents, but we are a full- service community with all of the conveniences and services one could ever need. I would like to again welcome you to our vibrant, active community. Always moving forward, improving services and fostering growth. Mayor Dawn Smith ANNOUNCEMENTS December Council Meeting Monday, December 8th 6:00 pm at City Hall City Hall will be closed the following days for the holidays: Wednesday, December 24th Thursday, December 25th Thursday, January 1st Holiday garbage & recycling pickup will follow the regular schedule with pickup on: Tuesday, December 23rd and Tuesday, December 30th. Oveson Refuse & Recycle will be picking up Christmas trees for residents on the following days: Friday, January 2nd, Saturday, January 3rd Friday, January 9th Saturday, January 10th They will pick up only real trees and ask that they are not in bags. TRI-COUNTY HERITAGE/GENEALOGY MUSEUM 820 5th Street (next to the post office) The museum will be open on Wednesdays from 3:00 - 7:00 pm and Saturdays from 1:00 - 4:00 pm or by appointment.  If you would like to set up an appointment, please call City Hall at 563.785.4451 and they will contact a museum board member. *********************************** Click below to see the Water Quality Report WATER QUALITY REPORT   Home DURANT EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM A program is available through Inspiron Logistics that alerts Durant residents of emergencies (i.e. severe weather, snow emergencies, boil orders, water shutoffs) via their cellphones through voice or text.  There is no charge for this service. You may have been alerted in the past by Cedar County about emergencies in the county.  Cedar County will continue to do this but only calls landlines. If you would like to take advantage of this program, click on the link below and sign up now. EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION