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

Mar 23
2016

Passport Photos

 

The Wapello County Recorder’s office now takes passport photos.  Cost is $10.00 per person for two pictures.  Come see us for all your passport needs from birth certificate to application and now photos.  Please call 641-683-0047 if you have any questions.

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Mar 23
2016

Boat Renewals

 

Boat renewals began January 1 for the 2019 renewal period.  All boat registrations will expire April 30, 2016.  Please renew your boat before the April 30 deadline to avoid a $5.00 penalty.  If you have purchased a boat, please see our page for information on what you need to bring in order to

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Jan 08
2016

Online Voter Registration Information

 

FROM THE OFFICE OF THE IOWA SECRETARY OF STATE Electronic Voter Registration System Makes Iowa National Leader in Accessibility DES MOINES – Iowans will have an easier way to register to vote and update their registration information thanks to the new electronic voter registration system unveiled Monday by Secretary of State Paul Pate. The system

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Oct 15
2015

2016 Off Road vehicle tags renewals begins September 1st

 

Renewals for the 2016 tags for off-road vehicles including ATVs, ORM, ORVs and snowmobiles will begin Sept. 1.  Transactions that will include a partial year assessment of $5.00 will include:  new registrations processed Sept. 1 through Dec. 31; delinquent transactions renewed after Sept. 1 through Dec. 31; a transfer (current or delinquent) processed

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CONTACT INFORMATION

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

Email: Board of Supervisors

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