Iowa State Government Agencies

All 15 agencies

  • Department of Education

    793 forms 1 contacts

    Through leadership and service to the state education system, the Iowa Department of Education works to ensure all students are ready for college and career training and receive the postsecondary support they need to succeed. The Department provides oversight to the state education system that includes public elementary and secondary schools, nonpublic schools that receive state accreditation, area education agencies, community colleges, and teacher preparation programs.

    Iowa learners experience high levels of success and develop the capacity to continually grow as successful, healthy, and productive citizens in a global community. Creates excellence in education through leadership and service.

  • Department of Human Services
  • Department of Natural Resources

    717 forms 1 contacts

    The DNR manages fish and wildlife programs, ensures the health of Iowa’s forests and prairies, and provides recreational opportunities in Iowa’s state parks. Just as importantly, the DNR carries out state and federal laws that protect air, land and water through technical assistance, permitting and compliance programs. The DNR also encourages the enjoyment and stewardship of natural resources among Iowans through outreach and education.

    he DNR's mission is to conserve and enhance our natural resources in cooperation with individuals and organizations to improve the quality of life in Iowa and ensure a legacy for future generations.

  • Department of Revenue

    268 forms 1 contacts

  • Department of Transportation

    483 forms 1 contacts

  • Human Services

    128 forms 20 contacts

    Mission is to help Iowans achieve healthy, safe, stable, and self-sufficient lives through the programs and services we provide.

  • Iowa Family Investment Program

    65 forms

  • Iowa Northern District Bankruptcy Court

    10 forms 6 contacts

  • Iowa Northern District Court

    30 forms 2 contacts

    The employees of the Clerk's Office for the Northern District of Iowa are committed to excellence in work product, services and customer relations. They strive to set an example in efficient and timely problem solving, hold themselves to the highest standards of integrity in public service.

  • Iowa Southern District Bankruptcy Court

    12 forms 1 contacts

  • Iowa Southern District Court

    34 forms 3 contacts

    he United States District Court for the Iowa was established on March 3, 1845. On July 20th, 1882, the jurisdiction was divided into two districts, the Southern and Northern Districts. The Southern District of Iowa is comprised of 47 counties and has three court divisions. The Courthouse for the Western Division is location in Coucil Bluffs, the Central Division in Des Moines, and the Eastern Division in Davenport.

  • Iowa Southern Prob/Pretrial Office

    14 forms

  • Judicial Branch

    201 forms 1 contacts

    The Iowa Judicial Branch dedicates itself to providing independent and accessible forums for fair and prompt resolution of disputes, administering justice under law equally to all persons.

  • Judicial Branch

    129 forms 1 contacts

    The Iowa Judicial Branch dedicates itself to providing independent and accessible forums for fair and prompt resolution of disputes, administering justice under law equally to all persons.

  • Secretary of State

    8 forms 1 contacts

    The responsibilities of an Iowa Notary Public are critical to the legal, business, financial, and real estate communities in this state. A Notary Public is a person commissioned by the Secretary of State to serve the public as an impartial and unbiased witness by identifying persons who come before the Notary. The most common function of the Notary is to witness and attest that a person signing a document is authentic.