Vehicle Titles & Registrations
The Treasurer's Office issues vehicle titles and registrations and the collection of all vehicle fees for residents of Floyd County. Annually the office processes thousands of vehicle transactions, responds to many telephone inquiries, provides service to walk-in customers to the office, collects over 3.5 million dollars, and mails over 22,000 renewal notices to vehicle owners.
*New bill of sale form is required effective
January 1st, 2020
Effective January 1st, 2020, the Floyd County Treasurer's office will require customers to provide a bill of sale when transferring titles to motor vehicles and trailers between private parties. A bill of sale or purchase agreement is already required for vehicles purchased from a dealership.
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.
The Iowa State County Treasurer's Association in conjunction with the Iowa Department of Revenue 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.
Any/All Driver's Licenses Services - By Appointment Only
Call 641-257-6118 to schedule an appointment.
The office issues or renews over 5,000 driver's licenses on behalf of the Iowa Department of Transportation. The office also administers driving and written tests, including commercial driver's license testing, and Department of Transportation re-examinations as needed. Motorcycle Driving examinations are not offered. For more information, visit the Iowa Department of Transportation at IDOT.
The Treasurer's Office is responsible for the collection of property taxes for over 12,000 parcels, all mobile home tax, all special assessments by the numerous taxing entities and other miscellaneous tax parcels totaling more than $20 million dollars. The office responds to many tax inquiries each year from property owners, financial institutions, real estate agents, abstractors, and appraisers. The administer of the Iowa Property Tax Credit Program and conduct the annual tax sale for the collection of delinquent taxes.
Countywide Financial Responsibilities
The Treasurer's Office handles receipting and recording all funds collected by the various county departments. The office also handles financial administration and services for banking, cash management and investments. The office distributes collections to schools, cities and all other taxing agencies.
Our mission is to provide quality customer service in the issuance of vehicle registrations, driver’s licenses, collection of property taxes and cash management of collections through positive interactions between customers and employees. Please contact us with any questions, suggestions or complaints you may have. It is necessary for us to receive your comments, both positive and negative, so that we know what we’re doing well and what we need to improve upon. Thank you.