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Find People In Cities Like:

  • Des Moines
  • Cedar Rapids
  • Davenport
  • Sioux City
  • Iowa City
  • Waterloo
  • Ames
  • West Des Moines
  • Council Bluffs
  • Ankeny
  • Dubuque
  • Urbandale
  • Cedar Falls
  • Marion
  • Bettendorf
  • Mason City
  • Marshalltown
  • Clinton
  • Burlington
  • Ottumwa

State of Iowa Total Population:
3,1 Million Residents

Capital City:
Des Moines

Largest Cities:
Des Moines: 216,553
Cedar Rapids: 131,127
Davenport: 102,612

Bordering States:
Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wisconsin

About Iowa Public Records

The Iowa Open Records Law is a collection of laws designed to control public records and to control the access to them. State, and any county, city, township, school corporation, and political subdivision are required to create, collect, store, and maintain the records. It can be everything from recordings, documents, and maps, to information on a computer.

Most public records are available but medical records, trade secrets, military confidential records, library records, and more, may be blocked out.

A Short History Of Iowa

Iowa was admitted to the union as the 29th state on Dec. 28, 1846. Iowa is the only U.S. state that has two parallel rivers defining its borders. The Mississippi River and the Missouri River. The state name is derived from the Iowa Native American people who once inhabited the area.

European explorers such as the Frenchmen Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet came to the region in the 1680s. Until the early 19th century Iowa was occupied exclusively by Indians and a few European traders. In 1803 the U.S. obtained control of the region and during the first half of the 19th century, there was heavy fighting between white settlers and Indians. Iowa became a state in 1846.