Welcome to Eastern
9 includes Jackson, Clinton, Scott and Muscatine counties. Activities in the region are plentiful and
there are many rural and urban opportunities. Offerings include, but are not limited to, sports, education, culture, history, tourist attractions, annual events, and antiquing opportunities. Whether you are coming for a visit or thinking about relocating, there is something here for everyone.
Region 9 serves a four-county area:
Offices are located in the
Areas: Mississippi River Locks and Dams, Wild Cat Den State Park,
Caves, Eagle Point Park, Scott County Park, and West Lake Park.
and Entertainment Opportunities: Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival,
Bix Road Race, Quad City Symphony, Quad City Botanical Center, Vanderveer
Conservatory, Davenport Art Gallery, Bettendorf Children's Museum,
John Deere Commons, Putnam Museum, Cody Homestead, professional hockey and
baseball, John O'Donnell Stadium, The Mark of the Quad Cities, Quad
Cities Blues Fest.
You may download, print
and enter the requested information on these forms prior to visiting your
nearest Iowa Workforce Development Center.
Application (PDF) - If a job listing
posted with Iowa Workforce Development requires completion of a
"generic" job application, complete this Employment
Application and send it to your nearest Workforce Development Center.
Be sure to indicate both the employer name and job order number.
Application (PDF) - If you are
interested in registering for Iowa Workforce Development services,
including notification of current and future job openings, please
complete this Service Application and send it to your nearest
Workforce Development Center.
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