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  • Utility Service Provider

    Agency: Southern Iowa Rural Water Association

    Provides quality drinking water to the residents and communities of Southern Iowa. SIRWA now has installed and operates municipal wastewater systems in several communities as well. SIRWA can be contacted when out of water or experiencing low pressure or with any water quality issues.

  • Government Services

    Agency: City of Des Moines

    DES MOINES CITY HALL is where the following governmental offices are located: CITY CLERK - 400 Robert D. Ray Drive (515) 283-4209 ENGINEERING ADMINISTRATION - 400 Robert D. Ray Drive (515) 283-4920 FINANCE DEPARTMENT - 400 Robert D. Ray Drive (515) 283-4854 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - 400 Robert D. Ray Drive (515) 283-4004 HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION...

  • County Engineer Services

    Agency: Adams County Offices - Iowa

    ADAMS COUNTY ENGINEER AND SANITARIAN provides financial assistance for abandoned well closing and on-site wastewater systems.

  • Environmental Health

    Agency: Marion County Public Health Department

    Provides inspections on private wells (sampling, testing, & plugging), permitting, private septic, Rabies control, public health nuisances, Inspections ( tattoo, tanning, & pool), bed bugs, head lice issues, & Radon testing. 

  • Environmental Health Services

    Agency: Cherokee County Offices

    Environmental Health Duties: Food inspections in Cherokee County are handled by Siouxland District Health Department.  Questions? 1-800-587-3005 Tattoo parlor inspections Swimming pool inspections-inspect pools, spas and wading pools that are open for the public’s use Tanning bed inspections Hotel/Motel inspections Indoor...

  • Public Health Services

    Agency: Pocahontas County Offices


  • Environmental Health

    Agency: Webster County Public Health

    Inspection of pools and spas, tanning and tattoo facilities

  • Public Health Services

    Agency: Pocahontas County Public Health Department

    Pocahontas County Public Health provides public health services including emergency preparedness, communicable disease control, water testing, public swimming pool inspections, restaurant inspections, childhood immunizations, lead poisoning prevention, tuberculosis prevention, and tobacco prevention.

  • Environmental Health Services

    Agency: Madison County Public Health

    Administers and enforces county Board of Health Regulations including but not limited to septic systems and well construction, administers the Grants-to-Counties program of well testing, well closing and well rehabilitation, and performs the required inspections .

  • Rural water testing and septic permits

    Agency: Hamilton County Public Health

    SanitarianProvides private water well inspections and new well permits within Hamilton County. Testing private wells for bacteria and nitrates. New sewer inspections. Grants available to assist in the cost to close abandoned wells and cisterns. Nuisance investigation. Septic permits. Time of Transfer for selling of property.Please see the Well Wate...

  • Water Well Construction/Maintenance/Abandonment Permits

    Agency: Iowa Department of Natural Resources

    Environmental services consists of five bureaus: water quality, air quality, field services and compliance, energy and waster management, land quality and Geological Survey.Permits for Public water and waste system operating permits, flood plain permits, dam safety inspection, sanitary landfill regulation.Waste Management: Hazardous waste managemen...

  • Environmental Services

    Agency: Harrison County Offices

    Issues private water well permits, on-site waste water treatment permits, and permits to build.  Handles nuisance complaints such as junk yards, illegal dumps, and neighborhood environmental problems.  Grant program for private water testing, plugging abandoned wells, and rehabilitating existing wells.

  • Water Quality Services

    Agency: Lincoln Lancaster County Health Department

    Annual well permit required for all domestic wells inside the city limits.  As a part of the permit process, the well is inspected to assure compliance with applicable state and local construction standards.  In addition the well is tested for presence of coliform bacterial and nitrate contamination.  Technical assistance is provided to help correc...

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