Official results for the September 13, 2022, Special School Election.
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Detour of County Rd. T47 for J-24 Culvert replacement taking place between section 33 and 34-T87NR16W.
Detour consists of IA175 from T47 east to T55, T55 from IA175 south to D65, and D65 from T55 west to T47. Construction to take place Summer 2022.
New Precinct Map
As a result of the population changes shown by the 2020 census, the precinct boundaries in Grundy County have changed and are effective immediately.
The supervisor districts are as follows: Supervisor District 1 is made up of Precincts 1 and 2; Supervisor District 2 is made up of Precincts 3 and 4; Supervisor District 3 is made up of Precinct 5; Supervisor District 4 is made up of Precinct 6; and Supervisor District 5 is made up of Precinct 7.
Iowa State Association of Counties
In partnership with the National Association of Counties (NACo) and the Iowa State Association of Counties (ISAC):
“This centrally-located drop-off, in addition to the one at the Grundy Center Community Building, provides convenience while respecting our national symbol,” said Mark Schildroth, Grundy County Board of Supervisors Chairperson. “The county is unified in helping enable our citizens to respect our great nation while disposing of old or worn flags.”
Grundy County has installed a flag retirement box, at no cost to the county, on the first-floor lobby of the Grundy County Courthouse, 706 G Avenue, Grundy Center. This box is in addition to the retirement box that serves the same purpose located at the Grundy Center Community Building. The United States Flag Code prescribes flag etiquette – everything from flying it near other flags to instructions on how to raise and lower it. “The flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem of display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning,” says the code. Flags should be folded respectfully before being placed in the box. Grundy County will then be responsible for the proper disposal of the worn flags.
Grundy County Treasurer's Office
GRUNDY COUNTY WILL REQUIRE A BILL OF SALE FOR TRANSFERRING VEHICLE TITLES BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2022.
Effective January 1, 2022, the Grundy County Treasurer's Office will require customers to provide a Bill of Sale when transferring titles to motor vehicles between private parties. A Bill of Sale or purchase agreement is already required for vehicles purchased from a dealership. The Iowa State County Treasurer Association (ISCTA) in conjunction with the Iowa Department of Revenue (IDR) aim to substantiate vehicle purchase prices which have a direct impact on the fees that are remitted to the State's Road Use Tax fund. The Bill of Sale should include the seller's name, make of the vehicle, year of the vehicle, vehicle identification number (VIN), buyer's name, date of sale, purchase price and signature of seller and buyer.
Grundy County Development Ordinance
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