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Report on rent assistance for people in Jones County. Details available HERE
Jones County Senior Center is providing 7 frozen meals once a week to home bound clients in Jones County during this pandemic. They must be 60 or over and home bound. ( Most qualify at this time ) My info is below and folks can call me to get set up.
Lisa Tallman Director Jones County Senior Center 112 N Ford St Anamosa IA 52205 319-462-4484
**FREE MEALS** The Anamosa United Methodist Church group "Forks and Friends" will be providing packaged meals EVERY THURSDAY EVENING (until further notice) from 5 to 6 pm. Meals may be picked up at the East (parking lot) doorway at United Methodist Church, 201 South Ford Street.
Jones County who needs food but cannot access other resources for the following reasons: - They are at an increased risk for COVID-19 due to preexisting conditions. -They are over the age of 65. -They are self-isolating due to illness. -They experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19. -They are unable to access other food resources (ie. Food banks or food pantries) due to transportation barriers related to COVID-19.
One or more of these conditions must be met for an individual to qualify for emergency food delivery.
Jones County Residents may call (319) 465-6564 between 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Monday through Friday to request food delivery. Callers will be asked a few questions about their household, and deliveries will be made on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Recipients will receive pre-packed bags of food based on what is available.
This service is a partnership between the following Jones County agencies: Public Health, Emergency Management, Senior Dining, and JETS.
Those wishing to make a monetary donation to the delivery program may contact Brenda Leonard, Jones County Emergency Management at 319-480-0617 or email@example.com.
BreakoutEDU has live games going on daily at 1 PM! See if you can finish the puzzle and be entered to win a prize! Go to https://www.breakoutedu.com/live to play.
Iowa Department of Education has a web site full of resources for learning at home. Click HERE to go to the site.
City of Anamosa The City of Anamosa is excited to offer online utility bill payments. A link to the payment portal can be found on the homepage of the City's website and also at the bottom of this post. For the duration of the COVID-19 outbreak we highly recommend that customers take advantage of the online payment portal. When you enter the payment portal for the first time, you will need to click "register now". To set up your account you will need your utility account number and the name on the account. Both those items can be found on the bill you receive in the mail. If you need help using online bill payment, please contact City Hall at (319) 462-6055. There are no fees for the customer when using an electronic check. There are transaction fees associated with using a credit or debit card. Those fees are paid directly to the payment processor and do not go to the City of Anamosa.
Monticello pianist entertains online to those away from home. Click HERE to read the story