Marion County Town & City Hall

Find Marion County Iowa town & city halls. Town and city halls provide information on government agencies, boards, commissions, committees, departments, and elected officials.


Bussey City Hall 313 5th Street Bussey IA 50044 641-944-5532


Knoxville City Hall 305 South 3rd Street Knoxville IA 50138 641-828-0550

Melcher Dallas City Hall 305 South Main Street Melcher-Dallas IA 50163 641-947-6501

Pella City Hall 825 Broadway Street Pella IA 50219 641-628-4173

Pleasantville City Hall 108 W Jackson St Pleasantville IA 50225 515-848-3316

About Marion County Town & City Halls

A Marion County Town or City Hall is a building that serves as the focal point of government activity for a town or city in Marion County, IA. It is the location where the proceedings of the Marion County legislative body take place and usually houses the central offices for the executive and administrative functions of the government. Depending on the size of the building, some municipal functions, and a number of citizen services may operate out of a Town or City Hall in Marion County.

You may contact Town & City Halls for questions about:
  • Marion County Public records
  • Marriage licenses and certificates
  • Town and City government offices
  • Local Marion County politics
  • Voter poll locations and election procedures
Marion County Public Records

Town and City Halls in Marion County can provide free public records upon request. These records include Marion County marriage licenses and certificate copies, as well as a variety of other historical and vital records. Marion County birth and death records, marriage and divorce records can be obtained from Town and City Halls. Other public records that may be obtained in Marion County include local elections and voter records, Marion County Court records, Marion County property tax assessments and real estate records.

Marion County Town and City Councils

Marion County City Halls and Town Halls have a chamber where public meetings of the Town Council, City Council, or other elected legislative body take place. The chambers are set up to allow for discussion among Council members and executive and administrative officers, as well as members of the Marion County public interested in addressing the Council. Audience seating is available for members of the public and the media to observe public meetings in Marion County, Iowa. City or Town Halls are also equipped with telecommunications equipment to allow for taping and televising of public meetings. Other elected and appointed boards and commissions, such as the Marion County Planning and Zoning Commissions, may also use the chambers for their meetings, particularly if members of the public or media attend the meetings.

Government Offices in Marion County, IA

The office of the chief executive or administrative official, such as the Marion County City or Town Manager, is located in Town or City Hall. Depending on the size of the building and how the departments are organized, other administrative functions may also be located in Town or City Hall, such as the Marion County Finance Department or Human Resources. Many of the operating departments that have direct interaction with citizens are located in Town or City Hall, including the Marion County Clerk's Office, Marion County Tax Collector, and Marion County Building Inspector. Departments that have extensive or specialized space requirements, such as Marion County Police Department, Fire Department, Public Library, and Public Works, tend to be located in separate stand-alone facilities.