The Polk Soil and Water Conservation District holds a monthly meeting at their Ankeny office location, on the third Tuesday of the month (exceptions are sometimes made for holidays or events.) This meeting is open to the public, and agendas and minutes are available upon request.
Both urban and rural decision makers impact Iowa’s natural resources.
Wade Hauser III
Polk Soil and Water Conservation District is lead by a board of five elected commissioners who serve four-year or two-year terms. This board provides oversight and leadership to serve Polk County residents and achieve the district’s mission.
Leaders across Iowa play an important role in the future of flooding and water quality on both the rural and urban landscape. Understanding the issues is a key to making the best decisions as our communities grow and work together.
As Iowa continues to be a leader in agricultural production and is home to fast growing urban communities, decision makers must consider future impacts to our resources and make efforts to protect residents into the future.
Local leaders may include:
Agricultural group leaders
Community group leaders
Federal, state, and local government staff
Polk Soil and Water
1513 North Ankeny Blvd., Suite 3
Ankeny, IA, 50023
Polk Soil and Water Conservation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider.
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