Mapleton has a progressive City council and Mayoral form of government. Elections are held in November (once every two years). Mapleton's city government has proven itself as a leader in Western Iowa communities for its progressive economic and civic standards it has developed for the community.

Mapleton prides itself in the quality of its police, fire, and ambulance services. There are twenty-four highly trained fire department volunteers that protect Mapleton's homes and property from fire damage. They have six vehicles, two of which are fire trucks used for pumping water, another for brush fires and two for carrying supplies. The police department works closely with the Mayor and City Council to provide a safe, crime free environment for the community. With a 911 emergency phone number, the fire, police, and ambulance departments have a quick response time to emergencies.

To assure the quality of life of Mapleton's residents, there are city, county and subdivision ordinances in effect. These ordinances keep Mapleton a clean and beautiful town.

Mapleton supplies its own municipally owned electricity and gas to the community at large. With its own maintenance crew, repairs are made quickly and efficiently for any problems that may arise. Mapleton also provides sewer, water, garbage, industrial waste pickup and cable TV to its residents.

City Council

Mayor: Brent Streck

Council Members:

Jacob Zawodny

Zach Schrader

Joe Hogan

Benita Uhl

Abby Koenigs


The Mayor and Council Members can be reached via email. The email address is or, replace "lastname" with the last name of the individual.

Council meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month in the council chambers at city hall, 513 Main Street, at 5:30PM

Details on tax abatement, City Ordinances, and rebates

For more information about city services and fees call : (712) 881-1351