COVID-19 Updates

City Facilities Now Open

All of the City of Waukee's public facilities are now open. This includes the following facilities:

  • City Hall - 230 W. Hickman Road
  • Development Services Annex - 204 W. Hickman Road
  • Public Works Building - 805 University Avenue
  • Public Safety Building - 1300 SE L.A. Grant Parkway
  • Waukee Public Library - 950 Warrior Lane (access from the south due to construction)
  • Sugar Creek Municipal Golf Course - 1505 6th Street

All members of the public, with the exception of anyone age 2 and under or those with medical exemptions, and staff are required to wear face masks in all City facilities as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). If a person is unwilling or unable to wear a mask, they should continue to do business via phone, email and/or through Waukee.org. The City is committed to protecting its employees and citizens during the pandemic.

City Council and Other Public Meetings

Beginning Monday, May 17, the public is invited to attend Waukee City Council meetings in-person. The meetings will operate in a hybrid method, with a Zoom option also available. View agendas and meeting information. Regular City Council meetings are held the first and third Monday's of each month at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.

To inquire about specific hours or programs by department, please see the City's Important Phone Numbers listing. See above for face mask information.


Protect Each Other from COVID-19

Thank you for continuing to care for one another by taking precautions against spreading COVID-19. The Waukee Mayor, City Council Members and City staff, continue to monitor the 14-day rolling total of COVID-19 cases in Waukee. 

Read Mayor Clarke's most recent proclamation regarding public danger related to COVID-19. It states that she "strongly and urgently encourages all persons in the City of Waukee to wear a face covering such as a cloth mask, surgical mask or similar covering that covers their nose and mouth when in a public place."

As the pandemic carries on, it is as important as ever to wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds, stay at least six feet from those who do not reside in your household, and continue to wear a mask when around others (if age and health allows). Learn more from CDC.


Vaccine

Updated April 5: COVID-19 vaccine eligibility in Iowa now extends to all persons 16 and older (Pfizer) and all persons 18 and older (Moderna and Johnson & Johnson). See Dallas County updates and vaccine information.