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Senior citizen rates (65 years of age or older):
For the fiscal year from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, the City's tax levy rate will remain at $15.67209. The tax rates for Muscatine County and the Muscatine Community School District are not yet available.
These engine companies are the same ones that respond to all fires in the City. We do not have enough bodies available to separate firefighting assignments from medical assignments. We do not have enough vehicles to divide them into firefighting vehicles and medical vehicles.
Despite simulated fires seen in the movies or on television, the reality is that firefighters enter smoke-filled structures virtually blind and highly vulnerable to high temperatures, which can soar past 1,000 degrees at the ceiling.
Even with all our protective gear on and our air packs, firefighters cannot survive long when exposed to such extreme temperatures. Therefore it is imperative that the worst of the smoke and heat be removed in order for firefighting operations to be done properly.
Depending on what insurance you have, we might be able to take your insurance information over the phone. We will bill your insurance company for you, but the bill still remains your responsibility until it is paid in full.
You may also use our online payment system. Online Payments
If you have a law enforcement question or wish to report an incident that isn't happening at the time, we ask that you use the non-emergency number of (563) 263-9922.
To reach an operator from the dump site, use the phone located at the dump site to contact a plant operator. For more information call 563.263.2752.
Testing parameters are for carbonaceous biochemical oxygen demand (CBOD), total suspended solids (TSS) and E.Coli. All samples are required to be taken by a certified sampler. For information on certified samplers and testing requirements, contact the Muscatine County Environmental Health office at 563.263.0482.
For testing information contact Patti Fuller-Bloechl at 563.263.2752.