The City of Nevada is seeking a dynamic, visionary leader to be our next Director of Public Safety. Under administrative direction
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To be eligible to vote, you must be 18 years of age or older, be a citizen of the United States, reside in Story County, and register 10 days immediately preceding an election. A resident may register to vote up to 11 days prior to an election if it’s a City, Special, or School election, and up to ten (10) days if it’s a Primary or General election by completing a registration form and submitting it to the County Auditor (because the auditor’s office is in Nevada, these forms cannot be submitted to Nevada City Hall, even though most city halls do accept them). Absentee ballots can be secured at the County office or requested by mail. For further information, please call the County Auditor at 515-382-7210.
Post Office (zip Code 50201)
The Post Office is located at 437 K Avenue, telephone 515-382-2709. Hours are 8 am-5 pm, Monday through Friday, and 8 am-noon (12 pm) on Saturday. It is closed Sunday and holidays. The Post Office will hold your mail for 30 days while you are away from home. Complete the necessary forms at the Nevada Post Office. Call the Post Office when determining the location of your mailbox.
Social Security Administration
County Services/Offices in Nevada
Story County Justice Center, 1315 So. B Ave.
Includes Story County Sheriff’s Office, Story County Attorney’s Office, Courts
Story County Administration Building, 900 6th St.
Includes these offices: Treasurer, Assessor, Auditor & Elections, Board of Supervisors, Recorder, Emergency Management, GIS