Lee County E911.


  Lee County, Iowa - E911

911 RURAL ADDRESSING:
What is needed when applying for a 911 address?
  Please have the following information:
Township and section that the property is located in.
Know the name of the road that the entrance is on for the property.
Know where the driveway or access point to the property from the road will be.
List the nearest existing address to the property you are requesting a new address assignment for (including direction from the property).
There is a fee of $30.00 to obtain a 911 address and marker.  The  fee will be $15.00 if only an address assignment is needed.  (This will only be allowed if no structure is being placed on the property).
Where do you get your 911 address?
When you have gathered the above information, please fill out the downloadable 911 Address Assignment form on this page.  Email the completed form to diana@leecom.org or mail the completed form to Diana Fincher-Smith, 2530 255th Street, Montrose, IA 52639.


911 RURAL ADDRESS MARKERS:
The rural address markers are provided by the Lee County E911 Committee for a fee of $30.00 for new structures and $15.00 for an address assignment only.
There is not a charge for a replacement 911 marker, regardless of whether it was stolen, lost or damaged.
CLICK HERE to view a document detailing how to install your 911 marker


CLICK HERE to view the E911 Map
Office Located At:
Lee County Sheriff's Office
2530 255th Street

Montrose, Iowa 52639

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.

Telephone Number:
319-376-1087



Chairman:
Brett Davis

Vice Chair:
J.D. Henshaw


E911 Forms:
Downloadable forms
used in the E911 office


911 Address Assignment Form
 
             

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