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The county contracts with the City of Waterloo for this service for the unincorporated areas of Black Hawk County. Contact them at Waterloo City Hall, 715 Mulberry Street and call 319-291-4319.
Visit the Sheriff's website.
The Judge also may order the abuser’s arrest or issue a summons for the abuser to appear in court. It is very important that you come to court on the date that the abuser is scheduled to appear.
It is a good idea to keep a copy of the order in a safe place so you can show it to the police in case of a violation.
Contact the Batterer's Education Program:P.O. Box 1725Dubuque, IA 52004Phone: 800-485-8151 or 319-485-8151
Visit the County Attorney's Office in person at:316 E 5th StreetB-1Waterloo, IA 50703
Or visit Attorney page.
The I-Smile ™ is a statewide program that helps connect Iowa's children with dental care. The program works to improve the dental care system for families. All across Iowa, dental hygienists serve as I-Smile™ coordinators to assist children and be a resource for physicians, schools, and dental offices. For more information, I-Smile™ website.
We also accept applications at any time for the position of School Health Assistant (Health Department). Applications for these 4 positions are kept on file for 6 months.
Unsuccessful applicants who interview for a position will be notified by mail when the position has been filled.
Note: Applicants must be at least 18 years of age to be considered for regular full-time or part-time employment with Black Hawk County.
Applications are only accepted during advertised periods. Information regarding where to pick up and return applications, application fees, deadlines, entrance exams and agility tests are included in the advertisement. For more information, you may contact the Black Hawk County Sheriff’s Office at 319-291-2587 or visit their website.
To apply for temporary Urban Youth Corps work at the Hartman Reserve Nature Center, you may also download an application from this website or stop into our office. Notices for openings are sent to Iowa Workforce Development, The Boys and Girls Club, and all local high schools. (Seasonal positions are subject to grant funding.)
Print and fill out the Employment Application (PDF).
Check out the Waterloo Courier online.
The County departments that occasionally offer these types of positions include: the Health Department, the Engineer’s Office, and the County Attorney’s Office. Generally, you may submit a resume for these positions.
Upon presenting your card to the pharmacist, you will pay the lower of a discounted price or the pharmacy’s regular retail price. There are no claim forms to fill out and no limit to the number of times you can use the card. These discounts are available only at participating retail pharmacies.
Among these and more are available through specialty pharmacy.
It’s easy to get started with mail service - just send in the mail service order form, along with your original prescription, to Caremark. For a list of medications available and to receive an order form please call toll free at 877-321-2652 or visit the NACo website.
The minimum amount of active duty time required varies for different benefits and what time period the Veteran served in. Certain programs require that active duty time was served during a war period. Some VA benefits are based on income, and some are not. And individuals who served in the National Guard or Reserve forces for at least 20 years may also qualify for certain benefits.
We encourage you to schedule an appointment at our office to meet with a Veteran Service Officer by calling 319-291-2512 to discuss your personal circumstances and find out what benefits you may qualify for.
The Waterloo VA Outpatient Clinic is located at:945 Tower Park DriveWaterloo, IA 50701-3500.
Office hours are 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Call 800-645-4591 for admissions information.
The Commission meets once a month, generally the 1st Wednesday of the month at 4:00 p.m. You can call the office at 391-291-2512 for their next scheduled meeting.
· Iowa Department of Veterans Affairs: If you were a resident of Iowa at the time of your discharge, you may contact the IDVA (1-800-838-4692) to find out if it’s on file and request a copy. If you were a resident of another state, you will need to contact that state’s Department of Veterans Affairs.
· National Personnel Records Center: you may submit your request online by going to the website www.archives.gov and following the directions
Property Tax Exemption: This is a statewide benefit that reduces a veteran’s assessed home value for property tax purposes by $1,850. In order to qualify, a service member must have served on active duty during a period of war or for a minimum of 18 months during peacetime. Applications are available at the Black Hawk County Veterans Affairs and Assessors offices, or go to https://va.iowa.gov/benefits for a link to this application and other Iowa Veterans benefits. · Disabled Veteran Homestead Tax Credit: This is a statewide benefit that provides 100% exemption of property taxes for 100% disabled service-connected veterans and Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) recipients. Applications are available at the Black Hawk County Veterans Affairs and Assessors offices, or go to https://va.iowa.gov/benefits for a link to this application and other Iowa Veterans benefits.
Attached is a document that explains the process.
In Iowa you may also register to vote when you apply for or renew a driver’s license. You may also register at the polls on Election Day provided you show proof of identity and residence.
For more information, including an online copy of the registration form, please visit the Voter Registration Page.
If you want your election materials mailed to your address in Black Hawk County, please do not provide an alternate mailing address.
If, on Election Day, you go to the polls to vote and are not registered in Black Hawk County, you can follow Election Day Registration procedures (proof of identity and address are necessary) to become eligible to cast a ballot.
View the Election Day Registration Form (PDF).
The law requiring proper ID at the polls does not go into effect until 1/1/19. However, there are situations where you may be asked for identification. Therefore, we recommend that all voters bring valid photo ID to the polls. Registration acknowledgement cards are provided for reference purposes and to allow you the opportunity to correct any errors with your registration. It is not a form of identification. However, the Voter Identification Card with a four-digit PIN issued to those without driver’s licenses is a valid form of identification. All forms must be current, valid and contain an expiration date. Here is the list of acceptable forms of photo ID in Iowa: - ID card issued by an employer - Iowa driver’s license - Non-driver identification card - Out-of-state driver’s license - Student ID issued by an Iowa high school or college - US military or Veteran's ID. Prior to 1/1/19, properly registered voters without ID may sign an oath attesting to their identity in order to vote.