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Burlington is located in southeastern Iowa, in Des Moines County. The city hoses the Snake Alley Criterium, one of the toughest bicycle races in the Midwest. The course is 15 blocks, with an elevation change of 555 feet to 678 feet. The race takes place entirely on city streets, mostly located downtown. The race is most widely known for its one block stretch on an historic brick street named Snake Alley. Snake Alley is 276 feet long and has five switchbacks over the course of a 60 foot increase in elevation.

Population: 26839
Local Newspapers: The Hawk Eye
Local Sports Teams: Iowa Barnstormers Iowa Hawkeyes
Local Colleges: Southeastern College at Burlington

Zip Codes associated with burlington, iowa: 52601
Towns/Cities near burlington, iowa : Mt Pleasant Fort Madison Middletown Beaverdale New London Danville Augusta Gulfport IL

Burlington News
Council contributes to indoor rec facility

"The Turf," which is having its groundbreaking ceremony Monday, will house up to eight playing surfaces for a variety of sports. Burlington City Council is helping the Greater Burlington Area Sports Facilities become a reality with a financial contribution approved Monday at City Hall.

Man charged with attempted murder for firing at police

The bond for a Burlington man charged with attempted murder for firing at police officers during a foot pursuit Sunday morning has been set at $71,000. Daniel Joseph Fritzjunker, 708 S. Central Ave., was captured following a chase by Burlington police on South Hill in which Fritzjunker fired a single gunshot at the officers.

Wake N' Bake restaurant revives Burlington flavor

Whether you're craving southern cuisine, a taste of Portland, the long-absent Burlington spudnut or a daytime mimosa, you can find it downtown at Wake N' Bake Breakfast Co. Co-owners Barbie Jackson and Brandy Hamlin opened the restaurant June 14 inside the former tire shop at 713 Jefferson St. The two won the Greater Burlington Partnership's entrepreneur competition for their business plan for the restaurant in May. Jackson, a Burlington native, and Hamlin have owned businesses together for the past 13 years, starting with a bar called Beer Belly in Georgia.

Riding into the teenage sunset

When Miss Teen Wapello Rodeo Hailey Tweedy rides into the rodeo ring tonight, the bittersweet moment will forever be lodged in her memory. Known as the Queen's Ride, it will be the last horse ride Tweedy takes while wearing her crown and sash.

Career bootcamp gives teens more than work experience

About 30 students and recent graduates of area schools got their hands dirty and learned some important lessons Wednesday while helping out at Homestead 1839. The students were there through the seven-week Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services Burlington Summer Career Boot Camp Program, which aims to expose students with individual education plans and disabilities to occupations in each of the six Iowa Core Career Pathways, as well as better equip them with workplace readiness skills such as communication, leadership, problem solving, listening and working with others.

Brickbat: The Public's Right to Know

Officials in Burlington, Iowa, have agreed to pay $2 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the family of a woman shot to death by police Officer Jesse Hill in front of her toddler. But the city is refusing to release body camera footage of the shooting.

New trash cans moving forward

A work session Monday with the Burlington City Council moved the solid waste department closer to implementing its new trash collection program. Don Fitting, wastewater treatment plant manager, talked with council members about the company the city will pay to issue surveys and, eventually, trash cans to Burlington homeowners.

Burlington Municipal Band to perform in Boone festival

The Burlington Municipal Band will perform in the Iowa Municipal Band Festival in Boone 1 p.m. Saturday in Boone's Herman Park Pavilion. Eight municipal bands from around Iowa were invited for this, the 26th annual event.

Flood of 1993, Ten years later

Before it was the year of the flood, it was the year of the rain. "Every day you would get up and think, 'maybe the rain will stop today,' " said Elaine Schroeder, then a secretary with the Des Moines County Emergency Management Agency.

52 Faces: Weeding, feeding keep Hartman busy

Where did LuJuan Hartman get that extra time in her day? Most of us struggle with a meager 24 hours from bed time to bed time, but apparently LuJuan has managed to find additional time for her very crowded days. That is the only explanation on how the energetic and dedicated LuJuan can accomplish so much.

Flood of 1993 was a taste of floods to come

That's the common theme of recollection among those who endured the Flood of 1993. It was an unprecedented disaster, cresting at 25.10 feet on July 10, 1993, in Burlington.

Woman grapples with rare diagnosis

Since a Burlington woman was diagnosed with a rare, incurable syndrome more than a year ago, she's tried five medications with little success, and she's running out of options. Billie Schaefer was diagnosed with hypereosinophilic syndrome in January 2017.

Judge: FOI Council can seek records

A federal judge has ruled an open government watchdog group can make arguments for the release of sealed filings in a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Burlington and one of its police officers. The Iowa Freedom of Information Council in June filed a motion to intervene in the lawsuit by the family of Autumn Steele against the city and Officer Jesse Hill, for the purpose of making court records public.

Body discovered in Mississippi River in eastern Iowa

The Hawk Eye in Burlington reports that Lee County law enforcement officers pulled the body from the river shortly after 1 p.m. Wednesday. The body was taken to an Iowa City hospital for an autopsy.

Heat thins holiday crowd

If there were two words to describe the atmosphere at the West Burlington Fourth of July celebration this year, it was hot and happy. At least that's how people who braved the oppressive heat to attend the 15th annual Independence Day festivities described the mood at the day-long event on West Burlington's main street.

A patriotic Iowa on the 4th

It's an Iowa story - one that began 62 years after the Declaration of Independence was signed and ended six years later. Before it was a state, the Territory of Iowa was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from July 4, 1838, until December 28, 1846.

Steele family seeks extension to $2 million settlement

The family of a woman killed by a Burlington police officer in 2015 wants a federal judge to allow them additional time to structure a $2 million settlement reached last month with the city of Burlington. David O'Brien, a Cedar Rapids attorney who represents members of Autumn Steele's family in the  federal wrongful death lawsuit, filed a motion Tuesday asking U.S. Senior District Judge James Griztner for additional time to resolve structural issues in the proposed settlement.

Seniors visit Lake Geode, recall memories

Aboard a bus between Oakview Nursing and Rehabilitation and Lake Geode Friday, Harold Schnicker smiled ear to ear, eager to see how the state park has changed since he last saw it. "It's kind of like going back home in a way," he said.

A Jimmy Johna s Driver Helped A Woman Figure Out Her BF Is Cheating

There's a 23-year-old woman in West Burlington, Iowa named Kayla Speer, and she just tweeted about her crazy experience back in April. She was in a long-distance relationship with a guy about three hours away, and he was studying for finals, so she decided to surprise him by having Jimmy John's delivered to his place.

Man stole $25 worth of steaks, gets 10 years in prison

A Burlington man turned a shoplifting case into a 10-year prison sentence when he pulled a knife on Hy-Vee store employees as they attempted to stop him from stealing $25 worth of steaks from the store last Feburary. Jeffrey Short, 45, who told police he was homeless, appeared remorseful during a 30-minute sentencing Monday before Des Moines County District Michael Schiiling, who indicated he had no choice but to sentence him to prison.

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