The current Community Center was built in 2007 and opened in April of 2008. It was funded with the support of the community through a bond referendum.
The mission of the center is to provide a beautiful and well-equipped event and meeting place at affordable rates.
It is located on the main floor of the Hiawatha City Hall at 101 Emmons St. It is at the corner of Emmons St. and Center Point Rd. The Center is handicap accessible and features large, clean restrooms and a service kitchen. Get directions to the Community Center
Guthridge Park is located at 704 Emmons Street, between 7th Ave and 10th Ave, across from the Hiawatha Elementary School. Get directions to Guthridge Park
This pavilion has a capacity of 80, with a charcoal grill and easy access to restroom facilities. Close proximity to the playground equipment and splashpad.
This pavilion has a capacity of 80, with two charcoal grills and a handicap ramp. Close proximity to the playround, splashpad and restrooms.
This pavilion has a capacity of 50, with a charcoal grill and attached restroom facilities. Green pavilion rental includes use of the Learning Center/Outdoor Classroom with open bench seating - Capacity 70. Close proximity to the playground equipment and splashpad.
Tucker Park is located at 101 B Avenue. Get directions to Tucker Park.
This pavilion has a capacity of 65, with a charcoal grill and easy access to restroom facilities. Close proximity to the playground equipment and splashpad.
This pavilion has a capacity of 50, with a charcoal grill and attached restroom facilities. Close proximity to the playground equipment and splashpad.
Fay M Clark Memorial Park is located at 1200 N 18th Ave, located at the end of N 18th Ave. Get directions to Clark Park.
This pavilion has a capacity of 80, with a charcoal grill and attached restroom facilities. Close proximity to the playground equipment, walking trail and 18-hole disc golf course.
By the intersection of Kainz Drive and Boyson Road. Get directions to Kainz Pavilion.
Kainz Pavilion is located by the intersection of Kainz Drive and Boyson Road near the Cedar Valley Nature Trail entrance.
This primitive pavilion provides a sheltered place to relax during your enjoyment of the Cedar Valley Nature Trail.
Resident Park Pavilion Times and Fees:
Rental Fee: $35.00 per time slot or $90.00 for the entire day.
Non-Resident Park Pavilion Times and Fees:
Rental Fee: $45.00 per time slot or $100.00 for the entire day.
Large Group Rental rates apply to rentals that exceed pavilion capacity and are under 300 people in attendance. Call for rates.
Rentals with over 300 in attendance per pavilion rental are not allowed.
Reserve pavilions or the Community Center through our online system
** In rentals that acquire the use of the entire park, renters will be subject to provide a refundable $1,000.00 damage deposit at the time of reservation. **
You will be allowed to change your rental date one time. No rental date change will be issued with less than 48 hours advance notice. Calls to change the rental dates need to be made during business hours.
Leave shelter and surrounding areas clean.
Picnic tables are chained together and cannot be moved.
Be prepared to carry out your trash to avoid overflow.
Pavilions have a 15amp breaker for electricity use = to 4 crock pots or 2 roasters. Over use may cause electrical fuse to blow.
For emergency purposes only contact the Hiawatha Police Department (319) 393-1212.
Motorized vehicles are restricted to established roadways and parking areas.
All pets must be on leash and all droppings must be immediately cleaned up and disposed of in a proper manner.
Hitting golf balls and the use of any dangerous instruments such as firearms, B.B. guns, and bows and arrows are prohibited.
Alcoholic beverage use restrictions: no person shall bring, use, consume, or have in his or her possession, in a city park, beer in a keg or any other container larger than one quart, except beer permit holders and suppliers or vendors authorized by the City Council. No person shall bring, use, or consume beer in or within any playing area, fields, or courts. All other types of alcoholic beverages are prohibited in city parks.
Deposit litter in receptacles.
Fires restricted to grills.
Inflatable’s subject to application approval by the Parks and Recreation Department.