We may not be a town, but we can act like one!

This website is for people who live in the Amana Colonies

Amana Colonies Today 

​​​Check out the latest ASI Bulletin. The Bulletin is a pdf so please wait patiently for it to download. The longer it takes the more exciting the news!

Read the Amana Society Bulletin: July 11, 2019

Special thank you to the following businesses:

​​4th of July Donations

A huge thank you to the businesses and individuals who donated to the Amana Community Fireworks this year. The businesses listed below are committed to our vibrant and active Amana Colonies!

BIG BOOMERS - 500 and up
Amana Community Chest 
Amana Family Practice 
Amana Society Inc

SALUTES - 100-499
John Wagner Law Offices
Azul World Treasures Inc.
Casey’s General Store
Fairfax State Savings Bank
Ronneburg Restaurant, Clothes Encounter & Yana’s Boutique
Price Creek Event Center
Hills Bank
WRH, Inc.
Colonial Manor of Amana, Inc
Die Heimat Country Inn
Fireside Winery
First Trust and Savings
Longview Financial Services, Inc
Oehl Plumbing, Heating, Electrical, A/C
Professional Plumbing Service, Inc

Kloster Funeral Home
Amana Colonies Village Store
Broom and Basket Shop
Schanz Furniture Refinishing, Inc
The Great Midwestern Leather and Dry Goods Company
Fern Hill

​​​Please consider donating to this year's the Fireworks Fund!
To contribute mail checks to
Amana Community Fireworks
PO Box 11
Amana, IA  52203

This site is for the people who live in the Amana Colonies. We aren't a town, but we can still act like one. This site is one effort to unite us and help us to feel more like a community even though we are spread over 25,000 acres and seven villages. We have a great community filled with wonderful people. Let's keep our home growing and going!

Please check out the facebook pages that exist for Amana activities and events-Amana Villages Community Group, Amana Heritage Society, Amana Church Sunday School, "Amana is Always Home" Amana Heritage, Amana Colonies and more!

If you are a visitor to Amana click here!

Contemplating a new construction project for your home this spring and summer check out the permit requirements. Get the scoop on local ordinances at the ACLUD website. http://www.aclud.org
Remember that fences and remodelling may need a permit. Ask before you act!
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