The Cedar County Conservation Boards job is to acquire, develop and maintain parks, preserves, parkways, playgrounds, recreational centers, county forests, wildlife and other conservation areas within Cedar County for use by our citizens.

 


  Cedar County, Iowa - Conservation Board

Conservation Links:

Cedar County Conservation Board website

 

The Cedar County Conservation Board office is located in Tipton, Iowa. Their job is to acquire, develop and maintain parks, preserves, parkways, playgrounds, recreational centers, county forests, wildlife and other conservation areas within Cedar County for use by our citizens.

The Conservation Board is composed of five persons appointed by the Board of Supervisors for five year terms. Members serve without pay but receive their actual expenses such as mileage, meals, etc., while carrying out their duties. The board holds regular business meetings the second Monday of each month.

The Cedar County Conservation Board also offers a variety educational programs throughout the year for schools, youth groups, scouts, clubs, church groups, and service organizations.

The Cedar County Conservation Board maintains their own website. For further information and to visit their website, click HERE.

 

Cedar County Conservation Board Logo

 

Cedar County Conservation Board

Address of
Conservation Board office:
713 E. South Street
Tipton, IA 52772
(Directly behind the Law Enforcement Center)

Hours Office is open:
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

Phone Number:
(563) 886-6930


Office holder name:
Director
Mike Dauber

Employees in
Conservation Office:

Park Ranger
Lukas Gottschalk

Park Tech
Kris Slutts

Naturalist
Sarah Subbert

 



 
 
             

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