Lone Tree, Iowa is a small cozy community in the southeast corner of Johnson County, located just off Highway 22, in Fremont Township. It has a quiet, small town feel, but is just a short distance from the big city conveniences.


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Lone Tree Municipal Water System 2012 Consumer Confidence Report can be viewed on the following website: http://iowaccr.org/Lone-Tree


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to Lone Tree – A Great Town in Which to Live.

Lone Tree was established in 1872, and still embodies the values of its origins: community pride and genuine concern for the well-being of its residents.


Located between the constant movement of both Iowa City and Muscatine, and just minutes from Avenue of the Saints, Interstate 80, and 380. Lone Tree provides a more relaxed way of life. Lone Tree offers small-town life where neighbors know neighbors and help each other out in time of need.


Lone Tree offers a great place to raise children, with a Preschool and K-12 School all housed in one building. There is a close bond between the people and the school. There are three parks with plenty of playground equipment, and a variety of youth oriented activities throughout the year.


Many local services are available including, a grocery store, gas, floral shop, pizza parlor, convenience store, medical clinic, dentist, local newspaper, two churches, long-term care facility, and more. Check out the Local Business secion under the Chamber of Commerce tab.

 

LONE TREE DEMOGRAPHICS


We hope you enjoy your stay in Lone Tree.

 

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CITY OF LONE TREE CLEAN UP DAY

MAY 17th, 2014

On May 17th, from 8 am until 11am, Johnson County Refuse, Inc. will be at the west end parking lot in North (Tank) Park.  Lone Tree residents may bring all their unwanted items to the drop site at no charge, except for appliances and vehicle tires over four.

Household appliances will cost $5.00 each.(Please try to have the correct amount).

Car or Truck Batteries will also be accepted at the appliance pick-up site.

Residential tires will also be accepted at four (4) per household free of charge – any over the limit will be charged at $3.00 per tire.

SENIOR CITIZENS that do not have the transportation to get their items to the drop site may call Lone Tree City Hall at 629-4615 before May 14thto make arrangements to pick up items at their home.

 

ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED:

  • Businesses bringing items
  • Construction debris
  • Paint or toxic waste (these items may be disposed of at the Iowa City Landfill -  call 356-5185 for an appointment)
  • Commercial appliances
  • Used Oil

 

Many THANKS go to:
Johnson County Refuse Inc., Oxford
Weikert Iron & Metal Appliance Recycling of Muscatine
City of Lone Tree Mayor, Council and Employees