Keokuk Police Department Testing

The Civil Service Commission of the City of Keokuk, Iowa is conducting tests for Police Department applicants on Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 9:00 A.M. Interested applicants must submit a completed City of Keokuk application form before NOON on Friday, October 15, 2021.

Requirements:

  • Must be a minimum of 21 years of age
  • Be a U.S. Citizen and reside within 10 miles of the city limits of the City of Keokuk upon employment
  • Hold a valid Iowa driver’s license at time of employment
  • Not be addicted to drugs or alcohol [modified for Chapter 400 civil service positions by §400.17 of the Code of Iowa]
  • Be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation including a fingerprint search conducted of local, state and national fingerprint files and have not been convicted of a felony or a crime involving moral turpitude

Benefits:

  • Base salary $48,201.90
  • Step raises each of the first three years
  • Annual raises
  • Longevity Pay
  • Holiday Benefit
  • Uniform Allowance
  • Medical, vision, life, and dental insurance
  • Vacation, compensatory, personal, and sick leave
  • Excellent MFPRSI Pension
  • Gym Membership

Application forms and information concerning qualifications for the examinations may be obtained at the Keokuk Police Department, 1222 Johnson Street, or by clicking on this link for a City of Keokuk Application Packet.

Applications must be returned to the Keokuk Police Department, 1222 Johnson Street, Keokuk, Iowa, 52632, by NOON on Friday, October 15, 2021.

The City of Keokuk is an equal opportunity employer.

2018 City of Keokuk Comprehensive Plan

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.

Keokuk Comprehensive Plan 2018

Citizen’s Guide to the Keokuk Comprehensive Plan

WANT TO KNOW WHERE TO VOTE?

Just find your ward on the attached map and match it to the polling locations listed below by ward.

Locations are open 7am until 8pm

Keokuk Ward 1 – South Lee County Courthouse, 25 N. 7th St.
Keokuk Ward 2 – Heritage Center, 508 Main St.
Keokuk Ward 3 – Keokuk Art Center, 210 N. Fifth St.
Keokuk Ward 4 – Evangelical Free Church, 2315 S. 7th St.
Keokuk Ward 5 – Learning Center, 500 N. 20th St.
Keokuk Ward 6 – First Christian Church, 3476 Main St.
Keokuk Ward 7 – Keokuk Nazarene Church, 3119 Plank Road.

Build a Better World Reading Program

Sergeant Parrish, with the Keokuk Police Department, speaks with a group of children in the Keokuk Public Library Round Room on Wednesday, June 21st. The children are part of the summer reading program, “Build a Better World”. Sergeant Parrish touched on topics of safety with the children and fielded questions from the 60 in attendance on what it is like being a police officer. Photo provided by Hank Hustus.