Doniphan PD Completes Move To New Headquarters

Thursday, May 14, 2020
Police chief Mark Rodgers and dispatcher Shane Lindsey (seated) pause in the dispatch room at the new Doniphan Police Department headquarters in the former U.S. Bank building on North Grand Street. Wednesday was moving day for the PD, which had been in temporary quarters since the historic May 2017 flood destroyed the old city hall.
Ron Smith

After three long years in a makeshift one-room office, the Doniphan City Police Department completed the long-awaited move Wednesday, May 13, to the new city hall at 108-110 North Grand Street across from Heritage Park (formerly U.S. Bank.)

The police department had been in temporary quarters since the May 2017 flood destroyed the old city hall on Jefferson Street. City officials are hopeful of completing the move of the remaining city offices into the new building before the end of May. Local historians are quick to note the new city headquarters is directly across the street from the north end of the park triangle where Doniphan city hall stood during most of the 1900s.

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  • The location was worth the wait, I bet!

    -- Posted by on Thu, May 14, 2020, at 3:54 PM
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