If you are a Johnson County resident or business, you must use the Iowa City Landfill. Visit their website here.
The Iowa County Landfill is managed by the Regional Environmental Improvement Commission (REIC) of Iowa County, which is an organization of communities in Iowa County. Commission membership includes Ladora, Marengo, Millersburg, North English, Parnell, Williamsburg, and unincorporated areas of Iowa County. The landfill is supported financially by a per capita fee and rates paid for waste disposal and recycling services at the landfill.
Each member city appoints one representative. The Board of Health appoints one representative. The Board of Supervisors appoints six representatives.
Ladora: Brian Ward
Marengo: Adam Rabe
Millersburg: Earle Hall
North English: Jim Reinhart
Parnell: Jared Dohndt
Williamsburg: Tyler Marshall
Appointed by Board of Supervisors: John Gahring, Alan Schumacher,
Keith Stanerson, Gary Boland, Dale Faas, and Ethan Morford
Appointed by Board of Health: Randy Von Ahsen
Chairperson: John Gahring
Vice Chairperson: Jim Reinhart
Treasurer: Randy Von Ahsen
Secretary: Adam Rabe
John Gahring, Jim Reinhart, Randy Von Ahsen, Keith Stanerson, and Dale Faas
The Commission meets five times annually unless a special meeting is necessary. See agendas below.
Unofficial meeting minutes are available below. Official minutes are published in The Hometown Current.
For older agendas and minutes or meeting documents, please contact the landfill.