Important Milestones

  • March 3, 2003: The new library opens on Warrior Lane.
  • 2004: Population of Waukee Census: 8,132.
  • 2004: Alice’s Road Corridor Plan is adopted.
  • 2008: Stivers Ford car dealership opens.
  • 2009: Construction begins on the Alice’s Road Corridor Project.
  • 2010: Population of Waukee Census: 13,790.
  • 2010: Shuler Elementary School opens.
  • 2013: Waukee is ranked #22 on the list of America’s Best Small Towns.

2000 - Present Blog Posts

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New Board Members

The Waukee Area Historical Society (WAHS) is now accepting new board member applications. Potential board members must have a passion for preserving Waukee area history and celebrating the present and future. If you are interested in learning more and applying, please view the...
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Loren Horton Community History Award

On May 14th, The Waukee Area Historical Society received the 2014 Loren Horton Community History Award. The annual achievement is presented by the State Historical Society of Iowa Board of Trustees, for an outstanding contribution to community history through a local history...
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June is Waukee History Month

At the May 19th Waukee City Council meeting, Waukee Mayor Bill Peard presented an official Proclamation declaring June as Waukee History Month! We are excited to have each June as another reason to celebrate our rich history. We hope that area businesses and organizations will...
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2014 Annual Fundraising Dinner

We hosted our Third Annual Alice’s Spaghettiland fundraising dinner at St. Bonafice Church in Waukee on Sunday, April 27. Over 575 community members enjoyed Alice’s old recipe for dinner. We are thankful for the community’s support! We hope that folks enjoyed...
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