“The City of Carlisle is a progressive, diverse community that seeks to preserve its small town values while promoting sustainable residential and business development. In partnership with its citizens, Carlisle seeks to provide a safe, friendly environment in which people of all ages may realize their personal and professional goals and aspirations.”
Regular meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of every month in the Council Chambers of the City Hall. The public is encouraged to attend and each meeting includes a period for Citizen Participation.
The Mayor and City Council Members
Departments: City Hall, Police, Fire and Rescue
Organizations: Warren County Economic Development Corporation, Metropolitan Advisory Council, MPO Bicycle-Pedestrian Roundtable, Mid-Iowa Association of Local Governments
Departments: Streets, Sidewalks, and Storm Sewer
Organizations: Carlisle School District Liaison
Organizations: Alternate Representative to Chamber Executive Committee
Organizations: Central Iowa Regional Drinking Water Commission, Mayor’s Public Safety Policy Advisory Cabinet
Departments: Water and Sanitary Sewer
Organizations: Alternate representative to Chamber Executive Committee
Departments: Cemetery, Community Building, Parks and Recreation [includes Aquatic Center]
Organizations: Primary representative to Chamber Executive Committee
Written and email communications to the city are generally public record.
Written communications to the City and Council Members concerning City business are generally not confidential and may be disclosed to the public. If you desire to make a confidential communication to a Council Member, you should seek a personal interview, call the Council Member, or send your communication to the Council Member’s home or business. Please contact City Hall at 515-989-3224 for this information.
If you wish to send mail to a Council Member at City Hall, that mailing address is: Carlisle City Hall, P.O. Box 430, Carlisle, IA 50047. Any letter marked “personal” or “confidential” or both, will be forwarded to the council member to whom it is addressed without being opened by City staff.
All other correspondence received by the City, including those which are addressed to the City Council or an individual Council Member, will be opened and read by the City Administrator.
All City Council emails received at City Hall will be opened by designated City staff. Please be aware that any such correspondence, per state law, is a public record, and therefore, is not confidential.