Jasper County Recorder

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DID YOU KNOW?!

The DNR offers a boat registration hard card.

We know, its cold and snowy, but we can't be the only ones wishing summer was here already!

With boat renewals happening this year, we wanted to remind our customers about the registration hard card. You can upgrade a boat registration to a stylish, credit card style registration. The card is $5, one registration per card.

Don't forget, registrations for boats will expire April 30, 2022.

THIS YEAR'S NEW HARD CARD DESIGN

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Beginning this year, hunters who pursue migratory game birds will be required to register for the Harvest Information Program (HIP). Migratory birds include ducks, geese, coots, doves woodcock, rails and snipe. Any hunter can register either through the Go Outdoors Iowa app on their smartphone or on the DNR website.



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PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING TRANSACTION OPTIONS IF YOU CAN'T OR DON'T WANT TO VISIT THE OFFICE IN PERSON:

Recording can be done by mail, dropped off in the brown box on the West side of the courthouse. Documents can also be recorded through e-submission through Iowa Land Records. To register to become an e-submitter, see below.

Boats, Off Road Motorcycles, ATVs Snows & ORV renewals can be renewed online at http://jasperia.org/204/Recorder or by mail or phone.

Certified vital record requests can be done by mail to our office or ordered from the State Vital Records office via mail at Bureau of Health Statistics, 321 E 12th St, Des Moines IA 50319 or online from the State’s authorized third party vendor, Vital Chek-call 866.809.0290

If you have any questions, please call the office at 641.792.5442 or email me at Recorder@jasperia.org. Mail requests to: Jasper County Recorder, 101 1st St N, Room 205, Newton IA 50208

Thank you, Denise Allan, Recorder


To become an e-submission customer, customers can submit an application at the link below: 

https://iowalandrecords.org/submit-documents/

Call 1-888-790-2246 if you have any questions or are in need or assistance. 

The Office of the County Recorder was created by the First Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Iowa in 1839. Your County Recorder continues to maintain official records of documents affecting real estate in order to protect innocent third parties in real estate transactions.

The County Recorder's office is at the hub of the courthouse function to serve you. A significant portion of duties performed by other county officials is dependent on the work performed by your County Recorder.

Iowa's County Recorders are proud of their tradition and looking forward to the future.

Recording fees collected for the county provide a form of property tax relief.

Recorders/Registrars process valuable information concerning...

Lands and Records Management

Your recorder/registrar is responsible for recording your:

Vital Records

Your recorder/registrar:

Licenses - Registrations – Applications

Your recorder/registrar is responsible for selling or issuing:

Other Responsibilities

Your recorder/registrar also:

  • Collects real estate transfer tax on conveyances of property, a portion of which is retained in your county’s general fund.
  • Performs federal and state tax lien searches and research of current records for the public.
  • Collects and reports auditor’s fee on transfer of property.
  • Certifies recorder’s records.
  • Makes records available for genealogy research.
  • Files detailed reports monthly and annually to the county and to state agencies.
  • Offers most state road maps.

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*Disclaimer: The information, forms and documents that are posted to the Jasper County Recorder’s website are valid at the time of publication. The Jasper County Recorder reserves the right to make changes to information contained here at any time without any notice, and assumes no liability for damages incurred as a result of errors, omissions, or discrepancies.