Chickasaw County Ordinance V-5 requires the use of 911 signs for some parcels. We're currently working to get the ordinance published to our website, in the meantime, please view the ordinance in the Chickasaw County Auditors Office.
We offer 911 signs for free to residents and businesses in the community. Please contact our office today to arrange for the production and pick-up of a 911 sign!
Building a new structure and don't have an address yet? Or have you never had one? We'd be happy to assign you an address. The address assignment process takes just a little bit longer than production of a 911 sign, so we graciously ask that you give us a call, or stop by with your parcel number so we can start the assignment process. Following an assignment, you will be eligible for a 911 sign.
The Chickasaw County Joint 911 Service Board is established in accordance with Iowa Code Chapter 34A. The Chickasaw County Joint 911 Service Board is responsible for; receiving 911 calls to the local public safety answering point, maintaining a 911 wireline database, management and construction of a land mobile radio network for Chickasaw County, in addition to several other administrative requirements. The Chickasaw County Joint 911 Service Board. The Chickasaw County 911 Board is not responsible for dispatch operations, but does maintain dispatch equipment. Questions or concerns should be directed the contact us section located on the home page.
Current Voting Membership and their represented jurisdictions are as follows:
Amy Laures - Alta Vista
David Geerts - North Washington
Chairman Steve Geerts - Chickasaw County Board of Supervisors
Brad Moudry - Protivin
Scott Cerwinske - Nashua
Deb Larsen - New Hampton
Vice Chair Brad Ellison - Fredericksburg Fire District
Shain Kroenecke - Emergency Management Commission
Non-Voting Membership and their represented jurisdictions includes:
Marty Hemann - Chickasaw County Sheriff's Office
Derek Day - Ionia
Jeremy McGrath - Chickasaw Ambulance Service
Eric Fibikar - Lawler Fire Department