Administrative Dallas County Conservation Offices

Dallas County Conservation Board

Dallas County Conservation Board (DCCB) Headquarters is located at Forest Park and Museum. The DCCB's mission is To protect, preserve, and enhance our natural resources by providing opportunities to improve the public’s quality of life through environmental education, ecosystem management, outdoor recreation, and historic preservation.

The DCCB owns or manages 20+ sites totaling over 3000 acres. Land acquisition and conservation of our natural resources associated with the Raccoon River system in Dallas County is a high priority. This system is unique, scenic, and important to the public not only locally, but on a regional scale as well.

Another priority is environmental education. We will continue our leadership role in educating the public, especially our youth, about natural resources.

Location

Dallas County Conservation Board
14581 K Avenue
Perry, IA  50220
515-465-3577
FAX 515-465-3579
Office hours: M-F  8am-4:30pm

The Dallas County Conservation Board Headquarters are located at the east edge of Perry, approximately 1/4 mile south of HWY 141, on the west side of "K" Avenue. ("K" Avenue north of HWY 141 is called 16th Street). Watch for brown and white arrowhead directional signs just before the junction of "K" Avenue and HWY 141.

Operating Hours & Seasons

Office Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Closed on holidays. 

Dallas County Conservation Board 
14581 K Ave. 
Perry, Iowa 50220 
Phone: 515-465-3577 
Fax: 515-465-3579
Email: conservation@dallascountyiowa.gov
Website: www.dallascountyiowa.gov/conservation