Welcome to the official website of Wapello County, Iowa. This website is designed to help current and future residents of Wapello County find all necessary information about our county! Wapello County includes the following cities and towns: Agency, Blakesburg, Chillicothe, Eddyville, Eldon, Kirkville and Ottumwa.

 

NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS

Jul 01
2015

State Assistance Available For Storm & Flood Recovery

 

…FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE… State Assistance Available For Storm & Flood Recovery July 1, 2015 - Ottumwa, Iowa – Governor Terry E. Branstad has added Wapello County to a proclamation of disaster emergency for 18 counties in response to recent severe weather. Residents of Wapello County that have suffered storm or flood damages may qualify for

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Dec 30
2014

Passport Applications accepted at Recorders Office

 

The Wapello County Recorder’s office now accepts passport applications on behalf of US Department of State Passport Services.  The official website for all passport information including downloadable application forms, current requirements and fees, travel warnings and consular information sheets (on every country in the world) is available at travel.state.gov.    Passport applications

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Dec 30
2014

Special Election for Cardinal School District February 3, 2015.

 

 

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Aug 14
2014

Emergency Preparedness Kits Donated

 

Wapello County Public Health and Wapello County Emergency Management recently teamed up to provide Emergency Preparedness kits to two local school systems.  Evans Middle School and Eddyville/Blakesburg/Fremont schools both received the preparedness kits.  Funding for this project was provided by the Wapello County Healthcare Coalition which covered 90% of the project and

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Wapello County Courthouse
101 W 4th St
Ottumwa, IA 52501

Email: Board of Supervisors

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