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Yes, but it is very time consuming. We prefer to email the information at no charge. Contact the Recorder's Office at 641-257-6154 for more information.
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The Recorder's Office will email you a copy of the mortgage if you provide the document number/book & page. The information will be emailed at no charge.
We do not perform searches. You may come into the Recorder's Office and use terminals provided for public use. We will be glad to show you how to use our system. This information can be emailed at no charge.
Our records are open for public inspection.
You do not need a habitat stamp if you are at least 65 years of age.
You may find Articles of Incorporation at the Secretary of State’s Office. You may do an online inquiry through their website.
You may call the Assessor's Office at 641-257-6152 for more information or visit the office at:Floyd County Assessor’s OfficeFloyd County Courthouse101 S. Main St.Suite 306 Charles City, IA 50616
New hunting and fishing licenses are available on December 15 for the following calendar year. Current licenses are valid until January 10. Prices of the various game licenses are available on the Iowa Department of Natural Resources website.
If you were born in another county in Iowa, the Floyd County Recorder’s Office can issue a certified copy of your birth if it occurred from 1986 to present. If you were born before 1986, you may apply at your county of birth or the Floyd County Recorder’s Office can assist you in preparing an application and forward it to the Iowa Department of Public Health. If you were born in another state, you must contact the state of birth to obtain your birth record.
You can obtain a certified copy of a death certificate from the Floyd County Recorder's Office. We can issue a certified copy of a death certificate back to 1954. If the person died before 1954, you will have to obtain the record in the county of death or at the State level.