Close Knit, Small, Family Town

HOUSING2Urbana, Iowa is a thriving community just off of interstate 380,  nestled between Cedar Rapids and Waterloo. The population has increased 41.7% since 2000 and is home to 1,458 residents, many young families with children.

This close-knit town hosts a variety of community events parade2such as the Urbana-Polk Township Fire Department Fall and Spring breakfasts, Lions and Legion fish fry, Center Point Ambulance pancake breakfast, Urbana Farmers Market, St. Mary’s Catholic Church Fall Festival, Urbana Sweet Corn Days, and more.

People on sidewalkOn the weekend you can find families and residents enjoying outside recreation at the Central Crossing Park playground or the Cedar Valley Nature Trail. Neighbors enjoy each others company in the evenings with neighborhood get-togethers and cook outs.

Take a look around our website for more information about Urbana, Iowa.


The City of Urbana’s Snow and Ice Control Policy can be found by clicking this link Snow & Ice Policy

Public Hearing Scheduled for Tuesday, January 28th at 6:30 pm to establish the maximum property tax dollars as published. See the link here FY21 Budget Max Levy

Please note: Due to restructuring of the City’s phone system the number previously used for public works is now inactive.  Please call 319.443.2400 to leave a message with someone at City Hall.  Thank you for your understanding during this process.

City of Urbana’s 2018 Water Quality Report Can be seen here 2018 Water Quality Report


102 Capitol Avenue
Urbana, IA 52345
phone (319)443-2400
fax (319)443-2491
email us at info@urbanaiowa.com