posted on 4/1/22
Here’s a reminder that if you boat in Iowa, you need to renew your vessel’s registration in 2022. It’s easy to renew through your County Recorder’s Office:
- Iowa Residents: Bring your current registration to any County Recorder’s office to renew. Registration costs are based on vessel type.
- Non-Residents: Register in the county where the boat is primarily used.
- New Boat Owners: If you recently bought a boat and need to register for the first time, visit your local County Recorder’s Office to start the process.
Don’t wait to get on board — the registration deadline is April 30, 2022. A $5.00 late penalty will be added if registration occurs on July 1, 2022 or after. Registration fees support boater education, water trails, aquatic invasive species prevention, and navigation enforcement. Iowa boats are registered every three years and will be valid through April 30, 2025.
Contact the Worth County Recorder’s Office. Call 641-324-2734 or email us at [email protected] and will be happy to help you.
posted 6/22/22 · Sheriff
posted 4/1/22 · Recorder
Put your boat back in the water and put more fun in your life. Getting on the water is safe and easy, with plenty of public access ramps at waterways near you. The water is waiting — all that's missing is you and your boat. Renew your registration today.
posted 3/9/22 · Planning and Zoning
A letter to inform the public of the intent by the Zoning Commission to recommend that the County Board of Supervisors extend the current Zoning Ordinance to apply to the unincorporated areas of all the townships in the county, versus just the three townships currently under zoning (Hartland, Brookfield, and Danville).
posted 1/27/22 · Sheriff
Find more information about the Northwood Fire.
posted 1/26/22 · Sheriff
On 1/26/2022 at 0338 hours the Worth County Sheriff’s Office responded to a house fire at 201 14th St S in Northwood.