Warren County, Iowa

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What is Radon?!? Get a FREE Test Kit Today!
Radon is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas that results from the natural breakdown of uranium. It can be found almost anywhere in soil, rocks, & some building materials. Radon then escapes into the air we breathe.

Radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.

Starting Jan 2nd, 2017 Warren County Health Services has a limited supply of FREE Radon Test Kits. The kits are avialable to households who have not tested in the last 2 years. It is recommended to contact us to verify we have kits available! Please call at 515-961-1074 or email envhealth@warrencountyia.org .

Volunteers NEEDED!
Warren County Nutrition is in need of volunteers willing to deliver meals on wheels. Please contact Jo at 515-961-1155 for details.
Food Bank of Iowa - Mobile Pantry Program
Available to you free of charge!
Thursday, January 12th, 2017 - Milo Community Center at 113 Main Street OR
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 - Warren County Administration Building in the Auditorium

Bring bags, baskets, or boxes to carry food. Call the Food bank of Iowa at 515-564-0330.

November 8th, 2016 General Election OFFICIAL RESULTS
You may find the OFFICIAL General Election Results here.
Potential Scam

Targeting Iowa Taxpayers: The Iowa Department of Revenue has been made aware of a potential scam targeting Iowa taxpayers. The scam begins through an automated phone call, which shows on caller ID as being from 515-281-3114. That phone number is the Department's general Taxpayer Services number; however, no automated phone calls can originate from that number.

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When answering the call, the taxpayer is informed they are eligible for a refund from the Iowa Department of Revenue. The taxpayer is then asked whether the refund should be deposited into the account the Department has on file or if they'd like to donate the refund to an animal charity.

The Iowa Department of Revenue does not make these types of calls. We believe this is an attempt to steal bank account or other personal information. By fraudulently displaying the Department's phone number on caller ID, the scammer is attempting to convince the taxpayer of the legitimacy of the call. If you receive such a call, do not provide any information to the caller. You may report the incident to the Iowa Department of Revenue or the Iowa Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division.


Influenza Vaccinations

We are offering influenza vaccinations (injectable only), at the Health Services office Monday-Friday from 2-4 pm or by appt. for those of you who need times outside of these hours. We will bill most insurances for this vaccination. If you do not have insurance we will ask for a $24 donation at the time of vaccination. If you wish to save time after arriving at our office, you can print the consent forms, 2 pages each, below and fill them out.

If you are interested, the vaccine information sheet is also available below. Please call us with any questions at 515-961-1074.



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Recycle!

Recycling Bin For Rural Residents

Pick up days are on Mondays and Thursdays.
Located In Parking Lot Directly East of the Warren County Administration Building at 301 North Buxton Street, Indianola.


This Bin is for
Recyclable Materials Only!
Dumping of Other Materials
is Prohibited.
Violaters Will Be Prosecuted

Recycle!

Warren County Nutrition Program

Carlisle, Indianola, Lacona, Martensdale & New Virginia. Please call 24 Hours In Advance for Reservations.


The suggested Contribution is $3.50 - Anyone Under 60 the meal costs Are $8.88 Per Meal.


For information call - 515-961-1003

EMA911  ALERT Iowa

Warren County
Public Notification System

Sign up here for Alert Iowa. In the event of an Emergency, an alert can be sent to the phone number provided by voice, text and email. This is a free service provided by Warren County Emergency Management and Alert Iowa, however, normal message fees may apply. To receive text messages to your cell phone, your cell phone must have text messaging capabilities.