Radar Speed Signs coming to Hadley!

Radar speed signs
November 30, 2022

Dear Hadley Resident or Property Owner,

The City of Hadley is looking to purchase and install a Radar Speed Alert sign (similar to the one coming into Slayton) at each end of town. The total cost is estimated to be around $7,000.00. We hope these signs will remind people of their driving speed and aid in slowing traffic through town, for the safety of everyone.  

I am soliciting donations from several area businesses and other organizations who have indicated a willingness to share in the cost. This will ultimately help reduce costs to the City of Hadley.  

If you would be willing to make a personal contribution toward this project, it would also be deeply appreciated, and beneficial for budgeting. Should you choose to contribute, your tax deductible donation can be made payable to the City of Hadley with “Radar Speed Signs” in the memo of your check. Donations can be mailed to Riley Engbarth, Clerk/Treasurer at the address below, dropped off at the Hadley Municipal Liquor Store during regular business hours, or given to any Council Member.

Thank you for your consideration. We hope you all have a safe and happy holiday season!  

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Rick Like
Mayor, City of Hadley

Notice to Property Owners

Notice hydrant flushing
City of Hadley Water Hydrants were flushed by maintenance personnel on Friday, October 14th and Friday, October 21st, between the hours of 1:00pm and 4:00pm. If you continue to experience slower pressure and water discoloration/odor now that flushing is complete, please email cityofhadley@gmail.com

Thank-you for your cooperation!


With the fall season upon us, the City of Hadley encourages city property owners to utilize the brush site, located at the north end of Main Street (across the street from Hadley Farmers Elevator office) when cleaning up. Please review the attached flyer for information pertaining to the brush site and allowed items.

We ask that you take advantage of this opportunity to clean up your property and beautify the City of Hadley.
Happy Fall Y'all!

Download "Fall Clean Up Brush Site Reminders.pdf"

CSAH29 (Main Street) Road Improvement Project Progressing

Check out these recent photos of the Road Construction happening in Hadley!
The long anticipated Murray County CSAH29 Road Improvement Project is now in full swing on Hadley's Main Street, temporarily closing the road to through traffic.
Many exciting changes are ahead for the City of Hadley!

Although the landscape along Hadley's Main Street changed significantly a few months ago, with the removal of trees and movement of power poles, road work officially started on Monday, June 27. Immediately, the existing road surface from side to side down Main Street was removed, paving the way for a newly sloped widened road complete with drainage tile, water intake, and eventually new cement sidewalks, curb and gutter along both sides.

This state funded project will provide many benefits to those residing in and visiting Hadley, including enhanced safety near the Hadley Municipal Liquor Store and Community Center, sidewalks for a walking path off the road, and fresh pavement for smoother driving.

Please Note: Myron and his team at the Summit Bar and Hadley Community Center will continue operations during road construction to serve our valued patrons. At times parking may be adjusted, but please stop by! 

Check back often for updates and photos as the CSAH29 Road Improvement Project progresses! Hadley continues to move forward! 

Community Spring Clean Up Week

A big THANK YOU goes out to the property owners who took advantage of our annual Community Spring Clean Up Week from May 2nd - May 9th. A 30-yard roll-off dumpster was located beside the Community Center for disposal of your unwanted items, courtesy of the City of Hadley.

Watch for additional opportunities to clean up your property and beautify the City of Hadley in the future. Happy Spring! 

Download "2022 Community Spring Clean Up Week.pdf"