Mayoral special election on May 14th at Iuka City Hall – 7am-7pm.  Absentee voting is Saturday, May 4th and May 11th at Iuka City Hall from 8-12

Welcome to City of Iuka...
Come stay with us a while
Rooted in History and built for the future...
Come see what we have to offer you
Get a taste of the good life...
at Mineral Springs Park
Southern charm at its best
Iuka's treasure in The Painted Lady
We have a table waiting on you...
Come shop, dine and enjoy downtown Iuka
Experience History...
See a part of America's History
Time to relax on the water...
Find the sailor in you
We'll be ready...
Iuka's Fire Department stands ready to help
Calling all cars...
Pride in our officers
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City of Iuka your gateway to Mississippi!

The City of Iuka is built on the site of a Chickasaw Indian village, Iuka was founded in 1857.  Since that time it has grown into a perfect blend of small town charm and large city industrial opportunities.  We have been home to organizations like NASA, Northrop Grumman, Orbital ATK, Skyline Steel and many others who find our workforce and natural resources a perfect fit for their needs.
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From great shopping to quiet getwaways…

The City of Iuka has it all!  We have all the small town charm you could ask for and a population full of good neighbors waiting to welcome you to our community.  Everything from a downtown filled with local shops to all types of restaurants and great smiles and “how do you do’s” everywhere you go.
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Education is key…

That is why we have some of the most advanced facilities in the state.  Our partnership with NASA and various other industries over the years has allowed us to pioneer in the fields of science and technology training for all students.  If you’re looking for a great school system for your childs education needs.  Iuka has it.
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Parks for recreation…

If you and your family are looking for a getaway this weekend or you just want some downtime in a relaxed envionment, we have you covered.  Not one, not two , not three, not even four, but five different parks for you to choose your level of fun and relaxation.  You can start by having some healthy spring water in Mineral Springs Park, or get some fresh vegetables at the farmers market in Jay Bird Park.  If it’s more water sports your looking for, head on over to J.P. Coleman Park where there is plenty of water, camping and good ole fashioned fun, or you can visit Goat Island Park which is a little closer to the Tom Bigby Waterway.  If you want a little more remote area, try Tishimingo State Park for a great time where you can even walk on a swinging bridge.  We have no shortage of fun for campers, boaters, hunters and fisherman of all types.  If it’s boating you’ve come to find, there’s plenty of it on the Tennessee River.  We have three different marinas to choose from starting with Aqua Yacht Harbor, then there’s Mill Creek Marina and also Eastport Marina all with full service fuel docks and great staff to help you.  Come see how we celebrate the weekend.