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Find the perfect home. Moundridge has much to offer in rentals and properties for sale. Few communities can point to more attractive residential areas and take pride in cherished older homes. Even with continued city improvement, tax rates still remain reasonable. Tree-lined streets and neat attractive homes typify the growth and well-being in Moundridge.

Moundridge Positions Itself For Growth

What's happening in Moundridge? Well, many community leaders in Moundridge would like to see the City grow. They think that a progressive City with great schools, great job opportunities, and wonderful people provides an ideal place for people to live. They want to share the experience with others. City leaders feel so strongly about this in fact, that they have enacted a grant program which they believe to be unprecedented in the State. An Ordinance was passed which will grant $6,000 to any person completing a new residence on any vacant lot in the City prior to August 1, 2014. Yes, that's $6,000 cash. If someone builds a $120,000 home this grant is equal to 5% of the purchase price. Quite a discount. In new development areas which charge City financed special assessments against the cost of lots, the cash payment is dropped in favor of forgiving the assessment (with an estimated value of $6,000 to $7,000).

We'd like you to explore the possibility of making Moundridge your new home. Come and look around. Stop by the City offices and we'll answer your questions. We'll even show you around if you like. You deserve to live in a place like Moundridge, let us help you make it happen. If you have any questions email the City of Moundridge.

Welcome Proclamation

City of Moundridge

WHEREAS, Moundridge is a richly diverse community of more than 1700 residents whose roots span several centuries of immigration to this county and this city; and

WHEREAS, Moundridge's economic, social and cultural life is dependent on a healthy climate in which to live, work, raise and educate children; and

WHEREAS, Moundridge civic, cultural, and economic leaders and residents of the city desire to maintain and enhance respect for and celebration of people of all races, cultures, religious, genders, disabilities, national origins, languages and economic status.

NOW THEREFORE: as Mayor of Moundridge I encourage the citizens to advance basic respect and human dignity in every aspect of our community life. We join together to stand against bigotry, prejudice, intimidation and hatred of any kind. We will promote those goals and actions that bring us together to welcome the values and contributions of all who become a part of our community.

SS: Gary Fisher, Mayor

Fair Housing Proclamation

City of Moundridge

Celebrating 46 Years of Fair Housing

WHEREAS, The Congress of the United States passed the Civil Rights Act of 1968, of which Title VIII declared that the law of the land would now guarantee the rights of equal housing opportunity; and

WHEREAS, The City of Moundridge is committed to the mission and intent of Congress to provide fair and equal housing opportunities for all, and today, many realty companies and associations support fair housing laws; and

WHEREAS, The Fair Housing groups and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development have, over the years, received thousands of complaints of alleged illegal housing discrimination and found too many that have proved upon investigation to be violations of the fair housing laws; and

WHEREAS, Equal Housing Opportunity is a condition of life in our City that can and should be achieved,

I, Gary Fisher Mayor of Moundridge, on behalf of its citizens, do hereby proclaim the month of April as

Fair Housing Month

And express the hope that this year's observance will promote fair housing practices throughout the City

Dated this 3rd day of March, 2014

SS: Gary Fisher, Mayor