County treasurer moves to appointment-only service

BY PCC STAFF

FORT MADISON – Lee County officials have done away with any walk-in service at the county’s treasurer’s office, despite a decision last week to require appointments only for driver’s license services.

But on Wednesday, officials released a statement saying the treasurer’s department would only take customers by appointment only going forward.

The release is below in it’s entirety.

“In order to serve the public in a more efficient way, the Lee County Treasurer’s Office is switching it’s format to appointment only. You may make an appointment by calling 319-372-3405. Office hours are 8:30 – 3:30. Masks are required.

Office Building in Fort Madison-Enter on the East side of the building. There will be a guard to take your temperature and administer COVID symptom questions. Again, masks are required. You will exit through the front door on Avenue H.

Courthouse in Keokuk-only the door on 7th Street will be open. There will be a guard to take your temperature and administer COVID symptom questions. Masks are required.

Business can still be conducted online or by mail. There are drop boxes at both locations for your convenience. In Fort Madison, the box is located in the alley behind the Administration Building at 933 Avenue H. In Keokuk, outside the Courthouse on 7th Street.  PLEASE include your phone number on what you drop off so we can call you with any questions. 

Due to the pandemic, office hours may be changed at any time.”

1 thought on “County treasurer moves to appointment-only service

  1. The Treasurer should resign for no longer serving the public. Someone should file a lawsuit for failure to preform her duties.

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