Baldwin, Iowa Baldwin, Iowa
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With a population of 140 residents, fifteen businesses are located in and around Baldwin including a bank, winery, independent telephone company, three eating establishments, two repair shops, convenience store, gasoline stations, construction and three food and beverage processing businesses. Baldwin has a well-maintained City Park with playground and outdoor sports complex with ball field and volleyball courts. The C.A. Harding Center and facilities are used by the community for social gatherings, City council meetings, senior citizen meetings, and the summer library program.

Active community organizations in Baldwin include the co-ed 4-H Club and the Baldwin Federated Women's Club, who raise funds for City projects including the Harding Community Center.

Baldwin is located on Highway 64 -- the Grant wood Scenic Byway -- nine miles West of Maquoketa. There are several business site development opportunities available in downtown Baldwin.

City Government
Mayor: Bill Rohwedder
City Clerk: Karen Watters
Councilpersons: Allison Bock, Steve Daniels, Mary Jean Miller, Sara Bartels, Don Appelby

Meetings:
   First Tuesday of each month, 7:00 pm
   C..A. Harding Center.
   For additional information call City Clerk, Karen Watters at 563-673-4201

Utilities
Electricity: Alliant Energy 800-822-4348
Sewer: City Treatment Plant
Telephone: Baldwin-Nashville Telephone Company 563-673-2001
Water: Water is provided by two City wells
Utilities Supervisor: Robert Rohwedder
Eden Valley Park Nature Center
Eden Valley Park Nature Center
Community Protection
911 for Emergency

Monmouth First Responders: 563-673-6531
Fire: Baldwin Fire Station, non-emergency 563-673-6461 not manned
Police: Jackson County Sheriff, non-emergency 563-652-3312


Education

Maquoketa Community School District - Bus transportation provided
Clinton Community College in Maquoketa - 800-462-3255
North East Iowa Community College in Peosta
Kirkwood Community College in Monticello

Churches
Faith United Methodist
4886 51st Avenue, Baldwin
Pastor: Rev. Jim Davis, 563-488-3955
Worship Service: Sunday, 10:30 a.m. October - March
563-673-4881in Baldwin

Methodist Church
IMPACT Puppet Ministry
(a traveling performance program)
Contact: Linda Wood 563-673-2511

Medical Services
911 for Emergency

First Alert: Monmouth First Responders
Physicians: See Maquoketa Physicians and Clinics
Hospital: Jackson County Public Hospital - Maquoketa
Baldwin Marsh
Baldwin Marsh
City Parks and Recreation
Baldwin City Park: Located on 51st Avenue, has playground and picnic facilities. The well-maintained Baldwin outdoor complex has volley ball courts and superb ball diamond.

Eden Valley Nature Center: Located two miles south of Baldwin on County rd. Y34. Hiking, fishing, picnicking and camping facilities are available. The Nature Center is maintained a full-time DNR Board resident staff member and scheduled nature lectures are held at the Center. 563-673-2021.
Mill Rock School House: A restored limestone school maintained by the Jackson County Conservation Board is open for tours by appointment, 563-652-3783.

Baldwin Marsh: A 20 acre freshwater marsh and project of Jackson County Conservation Board, is home to an endangered specie of orchid. It is a haven for many species of water fowl throughtout the year. Tours can be arranged by appointment, 563-652-3783.

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