Sigourney is a rural community located in southeast Iowa. We are the county seat for Keokuk County and our downtown square is home to a beautiful courthouse, a bandstand and the Lewis
Sigourney has a variety of businesses throughout the community and strives to promote these businesses through the Sigourney Area Development Corporation (SADC). SADC, the City and
local businesses work to provide events to bring the community together.
There is a large July 4th celebration each year. This includes free activities for children, a street dance, beer tent, a variety of contests, entertainment, tractor pull and fireworks display at the
Expo, a fun run, a triathlon and Sunday church services. The City of Sigourney and the Keokuk County Exposition Board are working on combining their resources and adding new events
this year! Watch for details.
The City of Sigourney is currently working on restoring the Lewis Memorial Fountain. The fountain sits in the courtyard and will be 75 years old in August of 2015. See the Lewis Memorial
Fountain tab or call City Hall (622-3080) for more information.
The City of Sigourney also provides a swimming pool during the summer months. It has had some recent updates and a wonderful staff to interact with. At the sports field on the north side
of town, soccer is played in the spring and flag football in the fall. There are other organizations that provide for softball and baseball, dance and gymnastics, etc. The public Library offers
lots of activities throughout the year for children (and adults) of all ages. Check out the summer reading program this summer . . . it is awesome!
There are lots of events held in the community throughout the year. There are numerous organizations both for adults and children. The Keokuk County Exposition Board, the Sigourney School District, the Keokuk County
Extension and numerous other organizations also promote activities throughout the year.
In 2019 the City will be 175 years old. If past tradition holds, there will be a wonderful celebration!
Try visiting sometime, who knows you may want to stay . . .
Mayor of Sigourney