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Lifeguards Wanted for 2016 Season
Summer in less then a month away! The Sioux City Parks & Recreation Department is offering free lifeguarding classes to anyone 15 years of age or older who works at one of the 5 swimming pools for the 2016 aquatic season. The last day to sign up for a lifeguarding class is May 16th, but you will need to submit an application to Human Resources before you can sign up. READ MORE ››
 
4/28 Police Town Hall Meeting

The Sioux City Police Department will host a Police Town Hall meeting on Thursday, April 28th at 7:00pm at the Sioux City Public Museum, 607 4th Street. Residents are encouraged to attend to share their priorities for the department and to learn more about body worn cameras, local crime statistics and to hear updates about the Neighborhood Network and Volunteers in Policing programs.

 
Public Meeting for Proposed 18th St. Viaduct Project

The City of Sioux City will hold a public meeting for the Preliminary Plans for the 18th Street Viaduct project on Wednesday, April 20 at 5:00pm in City Hall Council Chambers.

The proposed 18th Street Viaduct project will span the Union Pacific and Canadian National railroad tracks. This public open house meeting is being held to provide information regarding the 18th Street Viaduct project and to receive the public’s input. All interested persons are invited to attend and present relevant comments and questions.

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2nd Public Meeting to Discuss Riverfront Development Project

Sioux City Parks and Recreation Department will hold a second public input meeting to discuss the Chris Larsen Park – Riverfront Development Project on Tuesday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers.

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Thank Our 911 Telecommunicators
It's National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week! There is nothing easy about being a 911 Telecommunicator.  Asking all the right questions and giving the right instructions saves lives. 
 
There are times when the job is difficult and sometimes overwhelming - our world is changing and the safety of our officers, deputies, medics and firefighters has never weighed more heavily. Sending everyone home safely at the end of a shift is the number one job. 
 
We have the most highly trained and professional Communications Operators serving our communities.  They work long hours, weekends, holidays and miss family events because they put other's lives before their own.  We train as if someone's life depends on it... because it does.
 

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