Cherokee County Tax Lien Sale Information

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Cherokee County Information

The Cherokee County tax sale information can be found using the links and resources below.

County Address:

Drawer E
520 West Main

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County Treasurer:

Roswitha Brandt

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Assessor Address:

520 West Main Street Drawer A

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Records Entity:


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520 West Main Drawer G

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Cherokee County Summary

Cherokee County, Iowa is located in the northwestern corner of the state and is part of the Sioux City metropolitan area. The county has a population of 12,719 and a median age of 42.2 years. The median household income is $50,664 and the median home value is $107,700.

The economy of Cherokee County is largely based on agriculture and manufacturing. The top employers in the county are Tyson Foods, Cherokee Regional Medical Center, and Hy-Vee. Agriculture is a major industry in the county, with corn, soybeans, and livestock being the primary crops. Manufacturing is also a significant contributor to the economy, with companies such as John Deere, Cargill, and Tyson Foods having a presence in the county.

The demographics of Cherokee County are largely white, with 92.2% of the population identifying as such. The remaining population is made up of African American (2.7%), Hispanic or Latino (2.3%), Asian (0.7%), and Native American (0.6%). The county has a relatively low poverty rate of 8.2%, which is lower than the national average of 11.8%.

Education in Cherokee County is provided by the Cherokee Community School District, which serves the county's students. The district has three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The district also offers a variety of extracurricular activities and sports teams. In addition, the county is home to Western Iowa Tech Community College, which provides higher education opportunities.

Real estate in Cherokee County is largely affordable, with the median home value being $107,700. The median rent is $746, which is slightly lower than the national average of $934. The county also has a variety of housing options, ranging from single-family homes to multi-family dwellings. The area also offers a variety of recreational opportunities, including golf courses, parks, and lakes.

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