This official government website of Franklin County provides information about your local county government and the services we provide. Please visit each department's web page for specific contact information, location, and hours of operation.

 

.: Quick Links

Where do I find....?
Closed Roads & Bridges
Real Estate/GIS Website
Birth/Death/Marriage Records
Board Agenda & Minutes
County Code of Ordinances
Elections
General County Maps
HIPAA Privacy Policy
Iowa Land Records Online
Mental Health & Disability Services
Passport Information & Application
Register to Vote
Sheriff's Foreclosure Sales
Tax Payment Online
Vehicle Renewal Online
Zoning Map Atlas - Unofficial
Embargoed Bridges Map

.: Forms

Board Appointment Application
Check Non-Payment Form
Driver License Forms
Election Forms
Fireworks Permit Application
Motor Vehicle Forms
Property Tax Forms

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.: News & Events

Employment Opportunity

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is taking applications for a full-time Deputy position. The position of Deputy Sheriff entails many duties and responsibilities that the Individual accepts when he/she is sworn in as a Deputy Sheriff with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. They give an oath to uphold the law and a promise to protect and serve the citizens of Franklin County, State of Iowa, and the United States of America. For more information, contact Franklin County Sheriff's Office at 641-456-2731. Job Description (.pdf), Job Application (.pdf)

Make a Difference in Your Community
Applications are now being accepted for appointments to public boards that will be made January 2017.
The following boards have appointments for consideration: Board of Health (3 year term), Conservation Board (5 year term), Condemnation Compensation Commission (Indefinite term), and the Terrace Hill Sanitary District (6 year term).
Questions may be directed to the Franklin County Auditor's Office at 641-456-5622. Notice (.pdf) Application (.pdf)

Central Iowa Crisis Line 844-258-8858
A crisis is any stress or pressure that has become too great for you to cope with alone."

"Crisis" can mean different things to different people. A crisis could be a major loss - the death of a loved one, a divorce or a serious illness. Or it could be a series of smaller problems that have compounded and become overwhelming.
Because crisis can happen to anyone, at any age, at any time, the crisis phone line provides trained, compassionate telephone counselors 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. All contacts are confidential.
How we help: People call our crisis line for a variety of reasons. If you are experiencing a crisis and would benefit from connection with a regular mental health provider (such as a therapist or psychiatrist), we can provide you with appropriate referrals. We can also follow-up with you after your initial crisis call.
This service is provided by Foundation 2 with funding from Central Iowa Community Services.

Obtaining Veterans Benefits 

If you are thinking about paying for someone for help obtaining veterans benefits, please carefully read the following disclosure. Remember: you are not required to pay for assistance in obtaining veterans benefits, and there are many freely available programs to help you with this process. Disclosure (.pdf)

Franklin County Emergency Notification System 
Sign up here for Franklin County/Alert Iowa Alerts! In the event of an emergency or severe weather, an alert will be sent to the phone number and/or email address provided by voice, text and/or email. This is a free service provided by Franklin County and the State of Iowa, however, normal message fees may apply. To receive text messages to your cell phone, your cell phone must have text messaging capabilities. AlertIowa and the Code Red alert system will be used in conjunction until the transition to the AlertIowa system is completely finished.

 

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