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A pair of programs being offered through Polk County Parks and Recreation will help local residents feel fit and healthy as spring approaches
Staff members for Rep. Patrick McHenry will hold office hours in Columbus from 9 a.m.-noon on Thursday, Feb. 8
Polk County's Office of Economic Development has updated its online presence to serve as a central resource for area information
The Polk County Cooperative Extension is now taking orders from area residents for small fruit and asparagus plants

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Polk County Board of Commissioners pass resolution assuring safety is top priority, supporting citizens’ Constitutional rights and showing appreciation for County employees and elected...

At their meeting Jan. 19, the Polk County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution to assure Polk County citizens that safety is a top priority and to support citizens' Constitutional rights.

Polk County celebrates 166th birthday on Jan. 20

On January 20, Polk County – which was founded in 1855 – celebrates its 166th birthday.

Polk County Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday, Jan. 19 closed to public due to COVID-19, other options available for citizen participation

The next meeting of the Polk County Board of Commissioners will be at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021.

Polk County Local Government offices closed Monday, Jan. 18 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

All Polk County Local Government offices except emergency services will be closed Monday, Jan. 18 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Sign up for enhanced Everbridge emergency alerts for Polk County

Sign up for Everbridge emergency alerts, an improved way of receiving vital information through a more enhanced version of the Nixle system.

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