Snow Removal. No person shall park, abandon or leave unattended any vehicle on any public street, alley, or City-owned off-street parking area during snow removal operations unless the snow has been removed or plowed from said street, alley or parking area and the snow has ceased to fall.
The Melcher Dallas City Council Minutes are now available on this website. Click the ‘Council Minutes’ link above on the black menu bar to view them.
The Melcher Dallas Ordinances were adopted on July 14, 2014, and they are up to date and current on this website. Just click the ‘City Codes’ link above. The first page contains all of the links, including an extensive ‘Index’ link – and on the right side of each page there are additional links for each Chapter.
The latest available estimate (2012) by the U.S. Census Bureau of Melcher-Dallas’ population is 1289.
Located in Marion County, Melcher-Dallas is approximately 32 miles South East of the state capitol Des Moines.
We are also:
25.5 miles SE of Indianola
15.8 miles SW of Knoxville
25 miles SW of Lake Red Rock
45 miles NW of Rathbun Lake
Dallas was established in 1845, and was first called Ohio, because many of the early settlers that came to work in the coal mines were from the state of Ohio.
Melcher was established directly south of Dallas in 1913, and named after one of the Rock Island Railroad’s executives.
The two towns merged in 1986 and celebrate ‘Merger Day’ each May.
Home of the MD Community Schools Saints, our K-6 building is in Dallas and 7-12 building is in Melcher.