Masonville is located on the west edge of Delaware County on county road W63. Masonville was incorporated in 1900 and has a population of just over 100.

Masonville is well known for its agricultural business, especially its large grain storage, fertilizer and chemical facilities. Other businesses include an auto repair and body shop, welding and fabrication, cabinet and custom furniture and a food and beverage store which has fish fries every Friday and Saturday nights.

A fire station was recently completed with a meeting room. A grant was applied for and received to install a community sewer system.

The city park has a shelter that is available for reservations at 563 927-2707.

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West Delaware

601 New Street Manchester, Iowa
Phone: (563) 927-3515

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Churches

Immaculate Conception Church

Events
Annual Turkey dinner

Third Sunday of every October

Fourth of July celebration
Miscellaneous
Restaurant & Bar:

R-Place

Parks
Masonville City Park

Masonville

103

Population

Mayor:

Bill Alden

City Clerk:

Marge Horstman
Phone: 563-927-2707

Council Members:

Nellie Marting
Sherry Davis
Chuck Rettinger
Joel Kaiser
Dan Kaiser

Council Meetings:

Meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month at the fire station.

Fire Chief:

Joel Kaiser

Utilities:

Electricity: Alliant Energy
Phone: Windstream
Sewer: City of Masonville