Meets the second Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
Kirk Miller, Mayor
Dan Berner, Council Member & Mayor Pro-Tem
Travis Benz, Council Member
Brad Helmerson, Council Member
January Benjamin, Council Member
Scott Campbell, Council Member
City Council - 112 W. Main St.
Utility Trustees - 112 W. Main St.
Meets the first Friday of each month at 1:00 p.m.
Bob Byczek, Trustee & Chairperson
Jodi Jackson, Trustee & Chairperson Pro-Tem
Jean Westerbeck, Trustee
Craig Nelson, Trustee
Jerry Wilhelm, Trustee
Police Department - 509 E. Main St.
The New London Police Department dedicates itself to the highest standards of excellence in professional law enforcement. The Department is committed to providing a comprehensive program of education and enforcement services. Our goal is to create a safe and secure environment for the citizens we serve. The New London Police Department recognizes the fundamental value of human life and dignity. We are committed to providing community service and protection by embracing and empowering the following mission statement:
We will strive to help ensure the quality of life and safety in New London by taking all reasonable steps necessary to deter crime, and to apprehend and prosecute those responsible for criminal activity. We will assist citizens when possible and be fair and impartial in our actions and maintain a professional demeanor in all dealings with the public. We will enforce all state, local, and federal laws to the best of our ability with public well-being as our ultimate goal.
Ryan Wilka, Police Chief
Todd Sines, Assistant Police Chief
Devin Swanson, Police Officer
Ron Galusha, Police Officer
Richard Stallman, Police Officer
Spencer Rider, Police Officer
Aaron Aplara, Police Officer
Fire Department - 101 W. Main St.
The City of New London is served by a state of the art fire and rescue department, staffed by 31 volunteer firefighters. Fourteen members are certified EMT-Bs and two are certified first responders. There are also three junior firefighters. All firefighters are or will be trained to Fire Fighter I standards. Equipment consists of two pumper trucks, a tanker, two brush trucks and a rescue vehicle, which contains a cascade system to refill self contained air packs on scene. The fire department was officially started in 1890 when the city council approved the purchase of buckets to form bucket brigades to fight fires. Prior to this date the citizens brought their own buckets to the fire scene.
Reggie Williamson, Fire Chief
Brad Helmerson, Assistant Fire Chief
Dave Ackles, Captain
Codi Moffett, Captain
Ryan Peiffer, Captain
Public Works - 106 N. Cottonwood St.
The Public Works Department is in charge of maintaining the following: storm sewer system, sanitary sewer system, waste water treatment plant, roads, alleys, City park and community hall.
Mike Phillips Jr., Public Works Director
Bryan Kleinkopf, Equipment Operator
Don Warth, Equipment Operator
Utility Plant - 601 E. Main St.
The Utilities are in charge of water and electric distribution systems.
David Ford, Foreman
Brandon Lincoln, Journeyman
Kelly Andermann, Apprentice Lineman
Andrew Millard, Water Apprentice
Jerry Wilhelm Jr., General Laborer
City & Utility Office - 112 W. Main St.
The City & Utility Office are in charge of sending and collecting the monthly utility bills and is a central point of contact for any City inquiry or issue. It is also where the Council and Utility Trustees chambers are located.
Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Kasi Howard, City Clerk/Treasurer
Patsy Dillon, Billing Clerk
Mary Rink, Clerk
H.J. Nugen Public Library - 103 E. Main St.
H. J. Nugen Library is the City's public library and is funded by tax dollars and a private trust. The Library offers a number of services including: book and video rental, faxing, copying and internet services. The Library basement, Ramey Hall, is also available to rent for private gatherings.
Monday 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Taelor Donnolly, Library Director
Brittney Lerner, Assistant Library Director
Kim May, Library Assistant
City Park - 300 W. Main St. &
Community Center - 103 W. Washington St.
The City Park has playground equipment, basketball courts, bandstand and shelter house with restrooms and serving area available to the public.
The Community Center has a large open seating/activity area, restrooms and kitchen and can accommodate up to 100 people. The Community Center is one level and handicap accessible.
Both are available for rent through the City Office, 319-367-7702.