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Open House for Iowa State University Research Park Greenbelt
Story County Conservation invites the public to attend an open house for the ISU Research Park Greenbelt on Tuesday, January 31 at the Core Facility, 1805 Collaboration Place, Ames, IA 50010. There will be two identical open house presentations. Read on...
Early Voting Now Available for Feb. 7 Roland-Story CSD Special Election
Voting is available in the Auditor's Office (Administration Building, 900 6th St., Nevada) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Early voting closes at 11 a.m. on Feb. 7. Additional Information
FY18 Budget Schedule and Departmental Worksheets
See work session schedules and departmental budget worksheets for revenues and expenditures. Additional Info...
Story County Conservation Board Openings
Story County is currently accepting applications from persons interested in serving on the Story County Conservation Board. The Story County Conservation Board is a five-member board appointed by the Story County Board of Supervisors. Read on...
Story County Iowa Alerts Kelley Water Message
Yesterday, many Story County residents received a Story County Iowa Alerts message in reference to a water quality issue in the City of Kelley that was inadvertently sent to all residents in Story County. Read on...
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Story County Sheriff Paul H. Fitzgerald is pleased to announce the installation of a prescription drug drop box. It is located inside the main entryway of the Story County Justice Center (1315 South B Avenue in Nevada, IA). The drop box is available during normal business hours and is free of charge. It is meant to provide community members a safe and easy way to properly dispose of expired or unneeded prescription and over the counter drugs. Individuals turning in unwanted medications may remain anonymous.

Items acceptable for drop off include prescription drugs, prescription patches, prescription samples, pet medications and over the counter medications including vitamins; and a sharps container is attached to the receptacle for the disposal of syringes.

Items unacceptable for drop off include aerosol cans, inhalers, prescription ointments, biohazard or infectious waste, hydrogen peroxide, alcohol, thermometers, food items and supplements. Collection service is only offered to private citizens. The Sheriff’s Office will not accept items from commercial entities for destruction.

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