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Comprehensive Plan website launched as information hub

A website has been launched as an information hub for the City of Hastings’  Comprehensive Plan.   The site will be utilized to announce upcoming opportunities for in-person engagement throughout the community.  The site will also serve as a host for digital engagement tools, including Crowdsource Photography and Mapping.   The photography feature…

Comprehensive Plan consultants will attend Kool-Aid Days

Consultants for the Hastings Comprehensive Plan will be attending Kool-Aid Days in Hastings on Saturday, August 20th. Their booth will be established at the Adams County Fairgrounds among other non-profit booth displays. The public is encouraged to stop by the booth to learn more about the goals and purpose for the Comprehensive Plan. Consultants will…

Regulations on Political Signs

Below are the current city regulations for the placement of political signs. Political signs are no longer regulated under the sign code.   They are now considered temporary poster signs.  Temporary signs shall not be placed on the right-of-way, or obstructing vision at an intersection.  Poster signs shall be temporary and allowed on premise for up…

6th Street one-way conversion

The City of Hastings is converting 6th Street into a one-way eastbound street from St. Joseph Avenue to Kansas Avenue. The transition will take effect on Wednesday, August 10th. This change will impact access to the St. Cecilia parking lot. Going forward, motorists are asked to use 6th Street and Kansas Avenue to drop students off. To enter the parking…

Yost Avenue, Street Closure

A street closure will occur on Yost Avenue on Monday, August 8th beginning at 8:00 a.m. The closure will extend from 33rd Street to 39th Street, and is expected to last approximately one week. Access will be available for local traffic for businesses and properties in this area. The closure will occur as a new fire line is installed. We appreciate…