Mayor And Council

Mayor (Term 2017)

Brook S. Boehmler
P.O. Box 22, Hampton, IA 50441
641-456-8531
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I am honored to be elected and serve as Mayor of Hampton. I ran on a simple campaign and a few of my goals are: To run a Fiscally Sound Community that is welcoming to population growth. To continue to Create Economic Growth by improving the quality of life and business climate in our community. To create a Great Quality of Life by promoting individual investment in our minds, body and souls.


Council - Ward I (Term 2019)

Meghan Freie
415 6th Street SW, Hampton, IA 50441
(641) 425-9158
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Council Ward II (Appointment Term To 2017 City Election )

Jesse Mollenbeck
815 3rd Avenue SE, Hampton, IA 50441
641-425-8861
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It is an honor to serve as the Ward II Councilman for my hometown.  As Councilman for the City of Hampton I hope to reflect the desires and aspirations of our citizens.  I look forward to providing our city and citizens with the best public policy, decisions and openness.


City Council-Ward III (Term 2019)

Dyanne Pralle
1101 4th Street NE, Hampton, IA 50441
641-456-2176
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I consider it a great honor and responsibility to be a member of the city council. My goal is to help maintain good fiscal responsibility in order to provide stability and for growth opportunities.


Council - Ward IV (Term 2017)

Jay Hickman
820 4th Street NE, Hampton, IA 50441
641-456-4597
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Working for the progression of Hampton.


Council At Large (Term 2019)

Jim Davies
608 2nd Avenue SE, Hampton, IA 50441
641-425-4707
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I am grateful for the opportunity to serve the citizens of Hampton, enabling our community to be the best it can be.


Council At Large (Term 2017)

Richard Lukensmeyer
616 12th Avenue NE, Hampton, IA 50441
641-425-7200
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I am looking forward to working with the people of Hampton. I believe that a key to the growth of a community is more interaction between its citizens and city government.