Alert Iowa is live in Jones County! In the event of an
emergency or severe weather, an alert can be sent to the phone number(s) you
provide by voice and/or text and you can also register your email. If you know
of someone that does not have access to the internet, please aid them in
signing up. This is a free service provided by the State of Iowa. Click here to sign up. If you have any questions, contact Brenda Leonard, Jones County Emergency Management, at
The Jones County Hazard Mitigation Plan public review period is in effect through January 31, 2015. Click here for more information.
Veteran Designation On Drivers Licenses and Identification Cards
Iowa veterans can now add a Veteran designation to their drivers license or nonoperator identification cards. PLEASE NOTE, this designation can only be added when the license or identification card is being renewed, or, if you are being issued for the first time. (For example, if you are moving in from out of state.) A link to the required form can be found by clicking here. Your County's Veterans Affairs office will need to complete part of that form before the designation can be added to your drivers license or identification card. The Jones County Veteran Affairs Office can be reached by calling (319) 462-5311 and the Jones County Treasurers Office can be reached at (319) 462-3550.
The Iowa Department of Human Services Office in Jones County is open by appointment only. Click here for more information.
Title VI Non-Discrimination - Policy Statement
Citizen Boards and Commissions. Click here for more information.
Jones County Courthouse:
500 W Main St
Anamosa IA 52205
Jones County is located in east central Iowa. The county seat is Anamosa. Jones County is within a 30-40 minute drive to the Cedar Rapids, Dubuque, Iowa City, Davenport, Waterloo, and Clinton areas. Major highways include U.S. 151 and 64 along with Highways 38, 136, and 1