Crawford County Assessor

The Assessor’s primary duty and responsibility is to assess all real property within their jurisdiction except that which is otherwise provided by law. This would include residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural classes of property. The assessor determines a full or partial value of new construction, or improvements depending upon the state of completion.

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Crawford County Auditor

The Auditor's office is responsible for conducting elections by administering, federal, state and local elections and voter registration administration, accepting nomination papers, ballot printing, public testing of voting machines, precinct election official training, organizing polling places, absentee ballot processing, acting as secretary to the Board of Supervisors, preparing Board agendas and minutes, maintaining all official records and actions of the Board, publishing the required legal notices, keeping track of real estate ownership and property tax records, computing real estate taxes, processing beer, liquor and cigarette permits and also performinng accounting services such as accounts payable and payroll.  The Auditor's office is responsible for budgets and financial reports on behalf of the Supervisors.  They also assists the state auditor's office during our county audit by preparing annual workpapers, schedules and journal entries.

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Crawford County Engineer

The Crawford County Engineer is responsible for the supervision of construction and maintenance of the secondary road system of Crawford County. There are approximately 1200 miles of road and 280 bridges located throughout the system.

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Crawford County Recorder

The Recorder is the historian for all real estate transactions and documents. Other records such as military discharges, certified birth, death, and marriage records, applications for marriage licenses and passports can also be found at the Recorder's Office. The Recorder's Office assists the Iowa DNR as well.

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Crawford County Supervisors

The Board of Supervisors is the body that supervises the operation of county government. The Board of Supervisors has legislative, executive, and quasi-judicial powers.

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Crawford County Treasurer

The Crawford County Treasurer provides property tax collection, issuance of vehicle titles and Registrations, and driver license issuance. You may also pay your property tax and vehicle tags online.

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Crawford County Veteran Affairs

The mission of Crawford County Veterans Affairs is to provide professional services to military Veterans and their dependants from the US Department of Veterans Affairs, the State of Iowa, and other agencies as applicable.

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