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The district secures authority to go onto private land to construct these facilities and to maintain them. This easement area is typically 50 to 100 feet wide. Iowa Code Section 468.27
During 2018, registered voters will be asked to show their ID before voting at the polls. Anyone who does not have their ID will be asked to sign an oath verifying their identity and will be allowed to cast a regular ballot.
Beginning January 1, 2019, Iowa voters will be required to show a driver's license, non-operator's ID, passport, military ID, veterans ID, or voter ID card at the polls before they vote. Voters without an ID may cast a provisional ballot or have another registered voter attest to their identification.
Registered voters who do not have an Iowa driver's license or an non-operator's ID will be issued a voter ID card for free, automatically. Voter ID cards must be signed before going to the polls. Voter ID cards will start being mailed in December 2017.
YES. Beginning January 1, 2018, voters requesting absentee ballots will be required to include their driver's license or non-operator's ID number OR their voter ID card's PIN number on the absentee ballot request form (PDF).
For further instructions, please refer to our Mailbox Policy (PDF).
If you need an address within the corporate limits on towns in Hardin County, you will need to contact that town's city hall.
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To become operational with a system to print uniform permit cards, it is necessary to design the various permit card types (permit to acquire, nonprofessional permit to carry, professional permit to carry, etc…), acquire printing services and materials, provide measures to protect confidential permit related data, and develop rules and procedures for issuance of the permits. Despite the complexity of the initiative, DPS and Sheriffs Offices have been working diligently to become operational with a new permit printing system in just a few months following the law change. Though Sheriffs Offices and DPS are working cooperatively on the uniform permit card project, ultimately, each individual Sheriffs Office will have to proceed according to the statewide rollout schedule specified by DPS. When the new permit cards are available, a public announcement will be made.
? HF 517: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislation/BillBook?ga=87&ba=hf517 ? SF 516: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislation/BillBook?ga=87&ba=sf516