Welcome to the City of Muscatine's Communications Department. Our mission is to effectively communicate accurate, timely, and relevant information to the residents, businesses, and visitors of Muscatine. We are dedicated to fostering transparent and engaging communication between the City government and our community. Our goal is to enhance quality of life for residents, as well as gather and share information to support and encourage two-way communication that promotes transparent government and an engaged citizenry.
What We Do:
- Media Relations: We serve as the primary point of contact for media inquiries and coordinate press releases, interviews, and other media-related activities.
- Social Media Management: We maintain and engage with the community on the City's official social media channels, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.
- Content Creation: We develop creative content for the City's website, social media, newsletters, and other communication materials.
- Community Outreach: We coordinate and support events and initiatives that promote community engagement and collaboration.
- Crisis Communication: We provide timely and accurate information during emergencies and other critical situations.
Follow Us on Social Media
City Communications YouTube
Muscatine Parks and Recreation is on Facebook
Muscatine Municipal Golf Course is on Facebook
Muscatine Fire Department is on Facebook and YouTube
Muscatine Police Department is on Facebook
Muscatine Public Transit (MuscaBus) is on Facebook
Members of the media can send questions or requests to the Communication Division at email@example.com.
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The City Administration report highlighting activity of each City of Muscatine department during August 2023 is available for viewing. Read on...
The World’s Largest Watermelon will complete its journey to the Muscatine riverfront Wednesday, travelling from Silver Hawk Fabrication to Riverside Park courtesy of the Canadian Pacific-Kansas City (CPKC) Railroad. Read on...
One of the Riverfront Trail crossings of the Canadian Pacific-Kansas City (CPKC) Railroad in Riverside Park has reopened for public use while another has been closed to remove and replace the Quiet Zone chicanes. Read on...
The small parking lot on the downriver end of Riverside Park (playground area) will be closed to traffic Thursday-Monday (Sept. 14-18) for the Food Truck Fight® that is returning to the Muscatine riverfront. Read on...
Mike Kruse’s dedication to job safety and protecting Muscatine residents is a lesson that can be taught to the firefighters of today and those of the future. Read on...
A series of public engagement meetings will be held this week as part of the Countywide Housing Market Analysis. Read on...
Two of the Riverfront Trail crossings of the Canadian Pacific-Kansas City (CPKC) Railroad in Riverside Park will be closed to the public for one week to remove and replace the Quiet Zone chicanes. Read on...
The annual “Walk (or Ride) Through History” is set for 1:00 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24, at Greenwood Cemetery, 1814 Lucas Street, Muscatine. This event is fun for all ages and free of cost to attend. Read on...