Land Wanted

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The City of Pleasantville has been contacted by the Marion County Development Commission regarding an industrial lead. The lead is looking for 100 acres on a hard surfaced road, preferably four lane. Rail would be a plus, but not necessary. They have expressed interest in Pleasantville. For more information, call City Hall or get in contact with John Franey.

Co-Ed Slowpitch League registration now open

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The 2017 Pleasantville Co-Ed Slowpitch League is now open! By popular demand, games will be on Tuesday nights this season.

Team Managers can register at the Pleasantville Recreation website.

Tentative start date is June 20th, with seven weeks of regular season play followed by a single elimination tournament.

Questions can be directed to Jordan Flaws, at

Financial Peace University course offering

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Fairview Christian Church is excited to announce that they will be hosting a Financial Peace University course at Fairview Christian Church! The course offers guidance for anyone interested in working toward a debt free lifestyle. It provides tools for planning your financial future that allows you to “live and give like no-one else.” During the nine-week course, on average, attendees pay off $5,300 in debt and save $2,700; a stunning $8,000 dollar financial turnaround.

  • Dates: February 12th – April 9th
  • Time: 6:00 (classes will last between 1.5 and 2 hours)
  • Location: Fairview Christian Church

Visit the class website for further details, including registration information and materials.

If you have any specific questions, please feel free to contact the class coordinator:

Eric Hoffman
(515) 729-0626

Park path lighting update

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Phase two of the park path lighting project is complete. Thank you to everyone who generously donated their hard-earned money to make this project happen. Plaques for each donor will be installed when they arrive from the factory. Please get out and enjoy our park!

Donations are still being accepted for phase three. With a donation of $450, the city will install a park light and place a plaque on the light with the lettering of your choice. This is a great opportunity for businesses or individuals to support the community or memorialize a loved one.

For more information, contact City Hall at (515) 848-3316 or email