Adel is home to over 4,000 people and is the county seat of Dallas County, Iowa. Located only minutes from metro Des Moines, you experience the small town feel with big town attributes. We are one of the few cities with brick streets in our downtown area. While the brick streets connect us to the past, our planning and forward-thinking will ensure that we Thrive in the future!
Over 7 ton of sweet corn is cooked and given away along with 5 K run, parade and vendors.
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8:00am 5K Run http://adelsweetcorn5k.com/
11:00am Sweet Corn Served until Gone
9-5pm Food Craft and Information Vendors around the square and Main Street
Free Music and Entertainment All Day
Street Party starting at 6:00pm leaturing Doug James and the Pocket and Gimikk
JOIN the Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce today, and get connected to our great community and its businesses. You will not only be investing in events, programs and services that the Chamber offers, but you will also be investing in your own personal and business development.
Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce
With our small town vibe and proximity to Des Moines Metro, Adel is a vibrant, charming, and thriving place to live, work and play. There’s ample recreational opportunities from our great City Parks, Dallas County Fairgrounds, and location on both the Raccoon River and the Raccoon River Valley Trail. Adel offers a great mix of culture and history, being the birthplace of Nile Kinnick, Dallas County Seat, and the long-standing brickyard, brick structures and brick streets. You will find excellent public schools, comfortable neighborhoods, and a highly educated population in the Adel Community.
Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce is here to assist you. Our programs and activities include business referrals, economic development, networking activities, business recruitment and development, along with educational programs for our members. The Adel Partners Chamber of Commerce has various community events that increase the quality of life, foster local economic development, and preserve the rich heritage of the Adel area.