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Posted on: February 15, 2016

Sign up to Receive News from the City of Pella

The City of Pella’s website has a feature that allows you to receive notification of noteworthy items via text or email. Would you like to know as soon as the snow ordinance goes into effect? When new jobs are posted? How about pool closings? Or just general information on programs at the Pella Public Library.

The Notify Me tool allows you to sign up only for those notifications that interest you. You can sign up for as many notices as you like and opt out at any time. To sign up for notifications please visit www.cityofpella.com/notifyme. You will need a valid email address to be able to sign up for this service. From there you may choose to receive your notices via email or text or both.
There are several different categories, so please read through the list and descriptions to find those that interest you.

Some examples are as follows:
The Alert Center allows you to receive notifications about power outages or the snow ordinance.

The Job Postings category allows you to sign up to receive notice when new employment opportunities are posted.

The News Flash category lets you choose to receive up-to-date news articles from specific departments within the City. Some information that may be shared this way includes what new programs are available at the Community Center, a notice that the Aquatic Center pool had to close unexpectedly due to bad weather, notice that the Library is now taking credit cards, or the Police Department needs your help in locating a missing person.

Lastly, the Calendar category will alert you when events or meetings are placed on Department calendars. For example, the City calendar will alert you to city wide events like Spring Clean Up Week and Council Meeting dates.

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