The Council Bluffs City Council on Monday unanimously approved repairing the Dodge Riverside Golf Course, damaged by summer flooding of the Missouri River.
The most extensive damage occurred at the ninth hole, said Parks Director Larry Foster.
The council will seek bids to regrade and reseed the fairway and build a fence between the fairway and river levee.
The estimated cost is from $170,000 to $190,000, Foster said. Bids will be opened Nov. 8, with the contract awarded Nov. 24. The work should be completed next spring.
Some of the repair cost could be reimbursed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Foster said.
The City Council also awarded several bids for repair of sewers damaged by flooding.
The City of Council Bluffs was chosen as this year's Regional Service Award winner by the Metropolitan Area Planning Agency for its efforts in battling flooding. MAPA Director Paul Mullen said the agency, covering eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, has given the award since 1988 to individuals, communities and organizations that positively impact the area.