The Civil Service Commission of Keokuk, Iowa will hold physical agility and written examinations Saturday, September 29, 2018 to be eligible for appointment to the Keokuk Fire Department.
Application forms and information concerning qualifications for the examinations may be obtained at the Keokuk City Offices, 415 Blondeau Street or online at www.cityofkeokuk.org.
Applicants must be a minimum of 21 and maximum of 40 years of age, citizens of the United States, residents of the State of Iowa, and must reside within 5 miles of the corporate city limits at the time of appointment. Starting base salary is $40,178.00.
Applications must be filed at the City Offices, 415 Blondeau Street, Keokuk, Iowa by 4:00 P.M. on Friday, September 7, 2108.
The City of Keokuk is an equal opportunity employer.
These important planning documents are the product of countless citizens’ efforts and organizations’ hard work. Valuable input and survey responses allowed for a thorough consideration of the future land use in Keokuk and future projects and development to be undertaken by the city. Please contact 319-524-2050 with any questions.
Help Support the Dog Park by buying an engraved brick through the Keokuk Parks Foundation! The bricks support the construction of Dog Park and can be personalized in memory of a loved one or family pet. The Donor Form is available at the link below.
SEIBUS, provider of efficient transportation to all residents of the Southeast Iowa Region, and the Keokuk Human Rights Commission have worked together to develop a survey to determine the transportation needs of Keokuk. We encourage everyone with any transportation needs (from once a month to daily) to fill out the short survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GQPLRGV. For questions, call toll free 1-866-753-5107.
The public comment period for the 2018 Keokuk Comprehensive Plan Draft Document is open through April 2018.
The 2018 Keokuk Comprehensive Plan is the result of a strategic planning process undertaken by the City of Keokuk to develop and adopt an updated Comprehensive Plan. The Plan contains a vision for the future growth and development and determines goals, projects, and policies that will guide the future of development of the community.
Submit comments to:
Phone: (319) 753-4313
E-mail: zjames @ seirpc.com
CITY OF KEOKUK CONTACT:
Community Development Director
Phone: (319) 524-2050
E-mail: PBroomhall @ cityofkeokuk.org
Applications are still being accepted for the CDBG Owner/Occupied housing rehabilitation program.
Siding, windows, roofing, furnace, electrical, sidewalks, plumbing and insulation are areas of work that are eligible. Properties must meet HUD Standards when complete. Projects cannot exceed $24,999, plus lead safe work practices. This is a 5 year forgivable grant.
Applicants must live within the targeted area, this area begins at the corner of Concert and North 5th Street, along Concert Street to North 9th Street, along North 9th to Fulton Street, along Fulton to North 5th, along 5th Street to Concert.
Other requirements to qualify are a family must be at or below income guidelines, property is a single family dwelling, you own (at least 6 months) and live in the property (Contract sales and rental properties are ineligible for the program), taxes and utility bills must be paid to date, property must be insured, and property must comply with city nuisance ordinances.
Please contact Sara Hecox, SEIRPC, Grant Administrator, at 319-753-4311, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dan Eberhardt, SEIRPC, Housing Inspector at 319-753-4307, email@example.com
Keokuk is the Winter Home of a large concentration of American Bald Eagles on the Mississippi River! Come inside the River City Mall to see wildlife exhibits, live raptors with the World Bird Sanctuary, the Iowa State Insect Zoo, the Tri-State Woodcarver’s Club Show, educational seminars, food & lots of interesting things to buy! Outdoors, along the riverfront, view eagles in their natural habitat with free spotting scopes manned by the Lee County Conservation Department personnel. A fun way to spend the weekend after the holidays! Free admission. Open to the general public.
Officers of the Keokuk Police Department participated in their 3rd Annual “No Shave November” Fundraiser. Traditionally; officers have been allowed to have a mustache without any other facial hair. With a donation to Stand Up To Cancer, they were able to grow facial hair during the month of November. We will donate $700.00 to Stand Up To Cancer, in honor of the people in our community that have dealt with many types of cancer.
Stand Up To Cancer is a groundbreaking initiative created to accelerate innovative cancer research that will get new therapies to patients quickly and save lives now.
“This is where the end of cancer begins: when we unite in one unstoppable movement and Stand Up To Cancer.” – http://www.standup2cancer.org/