In October, the City of Altoona issued 13 commercial and 27 residential building permits representing over 58,142 square feet of new or improved space and over $7.4 million invested.
About 137.8 total acres of development-ready land available.
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Altoona City leaders and Chamber members will meet for a luncheon October 21, 2020 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Claxon’s Smokehouse & Grill to hear from Altoona’s City Administrator, Jeff Mark. Attendees will learn more about how the community is working toward our Master Plan.
In this week’s #PeopleofAltoona, Southeast Polk teacher Tara Dawson reflects on her family’s move to Altoona—and their excitement for the new restaurants, shopping and entertainment popping up across the City.
You’ll find many family-owned businesses in Altoona, Iowa. But few can claim to have three generations working on the same project.
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As the Altoona Area Chamber of Commerce celebrates 50 years of service, we take a closer look at how the Chamber has helped create a business-friendly climate in Altoona.
In this week’s #PeopleofAltoona, City of Altoona Councilwoman Elizabeth Burns-Thompson reflects on everything from Pinterest projects to public service—and what makes Altoona just right for her.
In this month’s #PeopleofAltoona, Prairie Meadows’ Community Relations Director shares how the Altoona community has shaped her life—and explains how she’s giving back.
Feature from Elder Corporation in Altoona, Iowa
The recent coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has affected many industries in the Altoona area, but few have been hit harder than foodservice.