Iowa 3 Bridge Replacement to be discussed in Waverly on August 15, 2022
The Iowa Department of Transportation will hold a virtual and in person public information meeting to discuss the proposed bridge replacement of the Iowa 3 bridge over the Cedar River, 3.7 miles east of U.S. 218 in Waverly.
When: August 15, 2022 between 5 and 6:30 p.m.
Location: Waverly City Hall, 200 First St. NE, in Waverly
Description: Iowa DOT staff will be present to discuss the proposed bridge replacement. No formal presentation will be made. The meeting space is accessible for persons with disabilities. However, if you require special accommodations at the meeting, please notify the contact listed below by August 11.
When: Anytime between August 15 (around Noon) – August 29, 2022
How to attend: Virtual meeting
Description: Experience a self-guided tour of the proposed bridge replacement and submit comments and questions at any time during the comment period. If you do not have access to the internet, or need assistance viewing the materials, please contact the DOT representative listed below.
Comments and questions regarding this project should be received by August 29, 2022, to be considered.
Depending on COVID conditions, in your community, the meeting may need to be moved completely online. If that happens, updates can be found above.
If want more information about the project or need help for persons with disabilities or limited English skills, contact:
Pete Hjelmstad, field services coordinator
Iowa DOT District 2 Office
428 43rd St. SW
Mason City, Iowa 50401
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 641-423-7584 or 800-477-4368
We are piloting REACH a mobile web app that gives you a new way to stay involved and interact with Iowa DOT projects. Create your REACH account at this link: https://reach.iowadotpi.com/.Then, use the REACH app to easily submit comments, register for public meetings or view the “At Your Own Pace” online meetings without logging into the system again. Because it’s optimized for use on a mobile device, commenting and keeping up to date on Iowa DOT projects will be more convenient than ever.