Welcome!

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

.: Quick Links

Where do I....?
Current Closed Roads & Bridges

Real Estate/GIS Website

HIPAA Privacy Policy
Birth/Death/Marriage Records
Board Agenda & Minutes
Board Meeting Videos
County Boards/Commissions
Driver License
Elections
Embargoed Bridges Map
Hardin County Solid Waste
Iowa Land Records Online
Jail/Correctional Facility
Maps of Hardin County
Marriage License
Observed County Holidays
Register to Vote
Sheriff's Foreclosure Sales
Tax Payment Online
Vehicle Renewal Online

   

.: 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

Disaster Proclamation
On Wednesday, July 2, 2014,  Gov. Terry E. Branstad issued two proclamations of disaster emergency for a total of six counties in response to flooding and severe weather. The first proclamation allows State resources to be utilized to respond to and recover from flooding and severe weather beginning on June 26, 2014. Counties included in the proclamation are:  Clinton, Des Moines, Hardin, and Lee. The proclamation also activates the Iowa Individual Assistance Program for three counties:  Clinton, Hardin and Lee. View entire press release....

Garnishment and Levy Fees
The Sheriff's Office is giving notice that there will be an increase of Garnishment and Levy Fees, effective July 1, 2014. This is the result of new legislation passed in the 2014 legislative session. View public notice....

CodeRED Notification
Want to be notified about storms and other emergency events in the future in Hardin County? Hardin County has a CodeRed Mass Notification System that is used to contact residents about severe weather warnings, evacuations, missing persons, and other emergencies. You have to sign up for it in order to receive notifications to your home or mobile phone. Hardin County Emergency Management encourages all citizens to visit the CodeRED website and sign up for this service.

Prescribed Fire Season
Hardin County Conservation has been doing work on the prairie units the last couple of months and they are now starting to come into bloom. These units were burned during the dormant season and are having a good amount of flowers this past spring. View Fire Season Slideshow

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