Home & Business Security Systems in Peosta, IA are the best option for your peace of mind and Protect Your Home, an ADT Authorized Dealer, is here to help bring you just that. You can get information on packages from Protect Your Home, an ADT Authorized Dealer. Pick the system that works best for your situation! Don't gamble with the safety of your family or posessions. We can help you get set up with a security package that works best for your situation and budget. For the cost of a bottle of soda a day you can keep your family safe all day long, all week long. You will no longer have to fret over the possibility of a gas leak OR fire OR theft from a break-in. The home security providers we work with are all top-notch and professional. Call us today at 1-855-446-5020!
Peosta is a city in Dubuque County, Iowa, United States, and an exurb of the city of Dubuque. It is part of the Dubuque, Iowa Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 1,377 in the 2010 census, an increase of 111. % from 651 in the 2000 census. Peosta experienced a 70% increase in population (estimated) from 2000 to 2007, making it the state's 10th fastest-growing city during that period. Peosta is currently the seventh-largest city in Dubuque County, but it will likely soon pass Farley (pop. 1,537) and Epworth (pop. 1,860) to become the fifth-largest. The community is home to the 2015 ASA D Northern Nationals Men's Slow Pitch Champions, Kass & Company, a large industrial park, the largest campus of Northeast Iowa Community College, and a handful of new commercial businesses. However, the city is increasingly becoming a bedroom community, much like nearby Asbury, made up of spacious new subdivisions. Peosta is named after the leader of a local Native American tribe that once lived in Dubuque County. Chief Peosta, of the Mesquakie tribe, was a close friend of Julien Dubuque, one of the first European settlers in the area. Dubuque was also the founder of the City of Dubuque, Iowa, and was allegedly married to Chief Peosta's daughter, who was reportedly named "Potosa".