Iowa House District 22
The polls will be open on said day from 7:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
Polling locations for said election shall be as follows:
|CB 10A||New Horizon Presbyterian Church||30 Valley View Dr, Council Bluffs|
|CB 10B||New Horizon Presbyterian Church||30 Valley View Dr, Council Bluffs|
|Avoca||Avoca American Legion Hall||112 N Elm St, Avoca|
|Carson||Carson Community Center||316 S Commercial St, Carson|
|Crescent||Crescent Fire Hall||102 W Florence St, Crescent|
|Garner||New Horizon Presbyterian Church||30 Valley View Dr, Council Bluffs|
|Hancock||Hancock Fire Hall||2207 N Main St , Hancock|
|Lewis 1||First Christian Church||20794 HWY 92, Council Bluffs|
|Lewis 2||Salem Methodist Church||14955 Somerset, Council Bluffs|
|Macedonia||Macedonia City Hall||322 Main St, Macedonia|
|McClelland||McClelland Town Hall||117 Main St, McClelland|
|Minden||Minden United Church||106 Lincoln St, Minden|
|Neola||Neola Community Center||110 4th St, Neola|
|Oakland||Oakland City Hall||614 Dr Van Zee Rd, Oakland|
|Treynor||Treynor Community Center||13 W Main, Treynor|
|Underwood||UMBA Hall||300 2nd Ave, Underwood|
At said election computer readable ballots will be used and the ballots prepared therefore shall appear in substantially the following form:
At said election all of the qualified electors of the cities of Avoca, Carson, Crescent, Hancock, Macedonia, McClelland, Minden, Neola, Oakland, Treynor, Underwood and a portion of Council Bluffs and townships of Garner, Lewis 1, Lewis 2, Knox, Pleasant, Carson, Crescent, Lake, Rockford, Valley, Macedonia, Hardin, Minden, York, Neola, Boomer, Belknap, James, Washington, Keg Creek, Silver Creek, Norwalk and Hazel Dell, in Pottawattamie County, Iowa, are hereby notified to appear at the time and place specified herein. All voters are also advised as to the requirements of voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in said election.
Absentee ballots are available upon written request from Melvyn J. Houser, Auditor, P.O. Box 649, Council Bluffs, Iowa 51502 or at the Auditor’s office, 2nd Floor County Courthouse, 227 S Sixth, Council Bluffs.
Curbside voting is available to any voter who is physically unable to enter a polling place and has the right to vote in the voter’s vehicle. For further information, please contact the county auditor’s office at the telephone number or email address listed below.
The Election Department in the Auditor’s Office is responsible for every aspect of conducting an election from voter registration to the final count of the votes.
For more information, please visit the Elections page.
Serving as the county Financial Officer, the Auditor’s Office is responsible for much of the county’s financial activities.
Taxes – Taxes are prepared annually by the Auditor’s Office and are due September 1st (Delinquent October 1st) and March 1st (Delinquent April 1st).
Budget – The County Auditor is responsible for the preparation and calculation of the county budget. The Auditor compiles all department budget requests and submits same to the Pottawattamie County Board of Supervisors for final approval. After state certification, the County Auditor compiles all taxing authority budgets to levy the taxes.
Accounts Payable – The Auditor’s Office is charged with paying all of the bills incurred by every county department. This includes daily, monthly and annual balancing with the Treasurer’s office. County bills are required to be approved by the Board of Supervisors prior to payment. The public may review all bills upon request.
Tax Credits – Iowa offers homestead, military, family farm, agricultural land and disabled credits to eligible property owners. Disabled credit applications are available in the Treasurer’s Office. All other credit applications are available in the Assessor’s Office.
Payroll – The Auditor’s Office is responsible for the payroll for the more than 400 county employees. Payroll is responsible for the 26 annual pay periods, withholding reports, insurance related matters, and the IPERS retirement plan.
The Auditor is the overseer of the county plats. A copy of all documents dealing with the transfer of real estate recorded in the Recorder’s office is given to the Auditor’s office.
Each document is proofed for accuracy and chain of title. The document is then entered into the transfer record.
Plat & transfer records are maintained showing the ownership of all parcels of land for taxation purposes.