Mayor Roy Miller’s telephone number at City Hall is 641-724-3475.  Feel free to contact him at this telephone number or his door is always open at City Hall, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.


Per Chapter 52 of the Moravia Code of Ordinances, any property within the City of Moravia, including ditches, whether vacated or non-vacated, is required to be mowed by the 15th day of the month in May, June, July, August, September, and October of each year.  Any property, including ditches, which is not mowed by these dates may be mowed by the City, and a charge of $75 per hour for such mowing plus a surcharge of $100 will be charged to the property owner.  Grass, weeds, or brush shall be cut, mowed, and maintained so as not to exceed six inches.  Any property owners who fail to mow their properties, including ditches, thus allowing the same to be mowed by the City, and who do not provide payment for the mowing as required, will be assessed by the City for such costs, which will be collected in the same manner as general property taxes.  Publication of this serves as notice to property owners and the City will be authorized to respond to violations without additional written notice being given.


Water bills are due on the 25th of each month.  If customer disagrees with the charges, they are given the opportunity of a hearing.  Customers have until 10 AM on the 10th of the following month to pay their bill.  If the bill is not paid at that time, water will be disconnected.  No exceptions and no extensions by order of the Moravia City Council.  If disconnected, a $100 reconnect fee plus the delinquent amount must be paid before service will be reconnected.  Reminder telephone calls will no longer be made to delinquent customers.

If the reconnect fee and delinquent amount is paid before 3:00 PM on a business day when City Hall is open, service will be restored the same day. If the reconnect fee and delinquent amount is paid after 3:00 PM on a business day when City Hall is open, service will be restored as soon as reasonably possible on the next business day, excluding weekends and holidays.


The City Council has announced there will no longer be shut-off notices attached to the doors of residences where water bills are delinquent.  As in the past, a letter will still be sent to any customer with a delinquent water/sewer bill.  The letter will advise the resident of the status of the account, the amount owed, and the date and time it must be paid in full before water service is shut off.  If a customer disagrees with the charges, they have the right to a hearing with members of the City Council.  If you have any questions, please contact City Hall at 641-724-9811.