CITY OF WATSEKA, IL
A progressive community located in Iroquois County, 90 miles south of Chicago, Watseka, Illinois provides big city convenience in a rural setting.
Watseka’s New City Municipal Center was built in 2009. It now holds the police department offices and City Hall offices. The Current Mayor is Robert Harwood. All City Committee meetings and Council meetings are held in the Council Chambers. The water bills are paid at this location as well as getting any permits that are needed through code enforcement. City Hall is open Monday thru Friday from 7:30 to 4:30
Lakeview Park was built in 2007. I has a ¾ mile walking path around a 5.5 acre stocked fishing area. Lakeview also has a fishing pier. There is a pavilion that was donated by the local Kiwanis club that can be reserved at any time for parties by calling City Hall at 815-432-2711. Lakeview Park also has a skate park, playground equipment and a basketball court.
Ordinance NO. 2418
An Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 2403, Authorizing the issuance of General Obligation Bonds is available as a DOWNLOAD PDF
WATSEKA POLICE DEPARTMENT
is currently accepting applications for the position of
AUXILIARY POLICE OFFICER
This will be an on-call as needed position.
Must be able to attend monthly meetings. Minimum age 21.
Application must be returned by September 18th, 2015.
Applications can be picked up at the
WATSEKA POLICE DEPARTMENT,
201 Brianna Dr.
Watseka, IL. 60970