This official website of Hardin County provides information about your local county government and the services we provide.

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.: Forms

Absentee Ballot Request Form
Board Appointment Application
Campaign Finance Disclosure
Courthouse Grounds Use Application
Drainage Work Order 
Driver License Forms
Dust Control Application
Election Forms
Fireworks Permit Application

Geocaching Placement Permit
Motor Vehicle Forms
Property Tax Forms
Township Clerk Pay Form
Township Trustee Pay Form

.: News & Events

Avian Influenza Information
The Avian Influenza incident has been spreading rapidly across the state of Iowa. Governor Branstad declared a state of emergency on Friday, May 1, 2015. The Emergency Management Coordinator, Roxane Warnell, reports that the CDC states there is very low risk to humans from this virus and the USDA has stated there is no concern with food products at this time. The link below contains up-to-day avian influenza information for Iowa

Iowa Avian Flu Information

All bird owners, whether commercial producers or backyard flock owners, should continue to practice good biosecurity, prevent contact between their birds and wild birds, and report sick birds or unusual bird deaths to state/federal officials, either through their state veterinarian at 515-281-5321 or through USDA’s toll-free number at 1-866-536-7593.

Concerned residents, both within and outside the areas affected by avian influenza, are encouraged to use the Iowa Concern Hotline at 1-800-447-1985 if they have questions. The Iowa Concern Hotline is available 24 hours a day. All calls are free and confidential, and the operators are willing to assist wherever possible. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach operates the hotline and is partnering with the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, the Iowa Department of Health, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management Department and Egg Industry Council to provide up-to-date information to Iowans about the disease.

Residents are encouraged to contact Roxane Warnell at 641-939-8132 or rwarnell@hardincountyia.gov if they have particular concerns or need additional information.

Hardin County Fair Booster Packs Available
The 2015 Hardin County Fair Booster Packs are here!  There are 4 different Booster levels to choose from. This is a great way to support the Hardin County Fair,  save some money on event tickets, and have a tax deduction. Please contact a fair board member with any questions or to purchase a booster pack or call the fair office at 641-858-3901.  Thank you to all current Fair Boosters and future Boosters! Click to view 2015 Fair Booster Packs (.pdf)

2015 Noxious Weed Resolution
The Board of Supervisors passed the 2015 Weed Resolution (.pdf) at their regular public meeting on March 18, 2015. This resolution lists the primary and secondary noxious weeds in Hardin County lays out the responsibility of land owners in controlling this weeks on their property. Failure to do so can lead to the county covering this work at the owner's expense.

Sheriff Foreclosure Sales
Sheriff sales are sales on foreclosed properties. Sales are held at the date and time set on the Sheriff's Levy Form. They usually start at 1:00pm in the lobby of the Hardin County Law Enforcement Center, 1116 14th Avenue, Eldora, Iowa. Click to view the list of active sales...

Non-Criminal Fingerprinting
Need fingerprinting services for a job, application, or volunteer position? The Sheriff's Office offers non-criminal fingerprinting services at the Law Enforcement Center in Eldora, Iowa. This service costs $10.00 and is offered from 8:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday.

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