COVID-19 vaccines are widely available for people 12 years and older. You must be 12 years of age to receive the Pfizer vaccine and 18 years
of age to receive the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines per the FDA. If you still need a vaccine, please contact a local clinic or pharmacy.
Story County Public Health is providing vaccines to the general public as well. Call 1-800-945-8563 to make an appointment.
You can click anywhere in this box to visit the Story County Public Health website for additional information.
Story County Conservation56461 180th Street, Ames
In-person services have resumed at the Conservation Center at McFarland Park, and all County parks are open to the public. Use of the Story County Conservation Center and indoor programming is following an approach adopted by the Story County Conservation Board.
Contact information for all Story County Elected Offices and Departments is available at the right. Many County services can be conducted online or remotely through email, mail, use of drop boxes, or over the phone.
Story County encourages conducting business with the County remotely whenever possible.
Offices and Departments
Animal Control & Shelter (515) 382-3338
Story County's top priority remains the safety of employees and the public.
The County will continue to evaluate operations and adjust services and safety measures as needed.
Starting June 1st, residents will be able to access more features, like storm warnings, through the Story County Iowa Alerts emergency notification system. Read on...
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