Kimballton is located 9 miles north of I-80 on Highway 173 and in the center of the Danish settlement where Danish tradition prevails.
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The County and City incentives are available and the City of Kimballton will aggressively assist business start ups and expansions.
Millette Shores, MayorAdam Larsen, CouncilJames Cogdill, CouncilJames Mortensen, CouncilScott Lange, CouncilTony Petersen, CouncilTerry Nelson, Council
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Since 1978 a replica of the famous Little Mermaid statue of Copenhagan, Denmark has sat in the fountain at the city park a long way from her home in the sea. In 2013 eight different bronze sculptures depicting Hans Christian Andersen's famous tales have graced the garden.
In the Kimballton Park is the colorful Audubon County's Freedom a part of the Iowa's Freedom Rock Tour. The artist, Ray "Bubba" Sorensen II, started the tour to give Veterans a unique recognition on Memorial Day.
Located on the east side of Kimballton is the Lloyd Petersen Ball Park. On Main Street is the restful gazebo built reminiscent of the band gazebo of the early 1900's where the Kimballton Band played every Saturday night. Kimballton’s future plans include the Sculpture Garden being the beginning of the Little Mermaid Trail which eventually will make its way to the Danish Windmill in Elk Horn, IA. The Kimballton Park includes colorful play equipment. The "Danish" Immanuel Lutheran Church since 1904 sits on the hillside and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The New Century Art Guild is a non-profit organization that promotes the growth of artistic culture. It also supports the development of art-related careers in the Midwest, especially those of military veterans wishing to make new careers in visual art. The organization supports three buildings that feature over 4,000 square feet of studio and gallery space. They are located on Main Street in Kimballton. Exhibits and workshops change throughout the year
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