A blend of old and new, visitor and resident, tradition and modern, recreation and nature - all of this and more describes Winneshiek County.
The beautiful bluff country near Bluffton offers scenic views of the Upper Iowa River. Visit area trout streams and Siewer's Spring Trout Rearing station near Decorah. Winneshiek County offers tourists hiking, picnicking, canoeing, fishing, and winter sports in addition to museums, festivals and other attractions.
Visit Winneshiek County and discover the timeless beauty of nature, and the blend of tradition and culture. Northeast Iowa Community College at Calmar and Luther College of Decorah demonstrate the cultural diversity of the area as well as offer excellent educational opportunities.
Winneshiek County Development, Inc. is here to assist all types of businesses and to help support communities within Winneshiek County. Whether working with large expansions or new start-ups, Winneshiek County Development has the tools needed for all business types. Located in Decorah, Iowa, in the heart of Winneshiek County, Winneshiek County Development seeks to be the leaders in creating an environment for collaborative success, supporting new and existing businesses for long-term resiliency, community vitality, and providing a higher quality of life for all.
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Applications for Iowa’s Transportation Alternatives Program (Iowa’s TAP) and Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) funds are now available for the UERPC region. These programs support diverse transportation projects within our region, from streets and bridges to sidewalks and transit. The current applicaiton cycle is for funding in federal fiscal year 2024.
Eligible applicants include all public agencies and local governments within the RPA-1 region that have jurisdiction over public rights-of-way for transportation (including walking and bicycling facilities); public transportation agencies; and agencies with transportation planning responsibilities. RPA-1 includes the Counties of Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Howard, and Winneshiek and public agencies and local governments with jurisdictions therein. For more information, contact Aaron Detter at 563-382-6171, ext. 1203 or email@example.com.
Application are due February 28, 2020 and can be found on the UERPC website.
The UERPC January 2020 Newsletter is here! https://mailchi.mp/e3fa154e87f2/uerpc-january-2020-newsletter-3133317
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The Northeast Iowa Regional Housing Trust Fund (NEIRHTF) is excited to announce they were awarded State Housing Trust Fund dollars of $229,763. State Housing Trust Fund dollars are partnered together with local match to assist limited income households in our five-county region of Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Howard and Winneshiek.
Applications are available for first-time homebuyers, homeowners, landlord/for-profit organizations or non-profit organizations to promote and create affordable housing activities. Funding availability can go up to $10,000 in the form of a grant or low-interest rate loan. For an application or more information on the NEIRHTF program, please contact Sarah at 563-864-7551, ext. 1101. Applications are also available in our housing section on our website, http://uerpc.org/housing-trust-fund.html.
Upper Explorerland RPC is accepting bids for upper roofing and sidewall project.
Please submit a bid to include the upper roofing project and sidewall project at the Decorah UERPC office, 325 Washington Street, Decorah, IA. Contractors are required to maintain personal liability insurance with no less than $500,000 coverage. Please contact Rachelle Howe (563-382-6171 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details regarding the project. Bids can be mailed to UERPC (attn: Rachelle Howe, 325 Washington Street, Decorah, IA 52101), emailed to email@example.com or faxed to 563-864-7535.no later than 4:30 pm on 1/24/20.