Absentee Voting: How do I...
In Minnesota, you can vote early with an absentee ballot.
For detailed information on Absentee Voting click here (Clicking on this link will redirect to an external website) or call the Auditors Office at 507-444-7410
Board Meetings: How Do I get on the Board Agenda?
Requests to be on the Board agenda go through the County Administrator’s Office. The office will work to determine the most effective method to address the Board. Requests to be included on the Board meeting agendas must be made no later than the Wednesday prior to the meeting. Specific requirements can be found on the Rules of Order. The Board meeting has an opportunity for the public to address the Board during a “Public Comment” time. Public Comment does not need to be arranged prior to that particular meeting, but the issue may be referred to staff and no action taken during Public Comment.
Birth Certificate: How Do I...
Birth Certificates may be obtained in person or by mail.
For more information Birth Certificate or call the Recorders Office at 507-444-7450
Burning Permits & Restrictions
Court Cases: Court Date, Change My Court Date or Obtain Information on a Court Case
Call Court Administration at 507-686-7012
Child support is the contribution that non-custodial parents make to ensure that their children have adequate care, living expenses and medical support. All of Minnesota’s 87 counties provide child support services, regardless of families’ socioeconomic status.
MNPrairie works to make sure that children get the support they need.
For more information call MNPrairie at 507-431-5600 or click here. (Clicking on this link will redirect to an external website)
Compost or Yard Waste: Where do I go...
Three cities in Steele County operate community yard waste compost sites for their residents.
For more information click here
Steele County is able to process death certificate requests when the death occurred in any county in Minnesota during or after 1997.
For more information Death Cerificates or call the Recorders Office at 507-444-7450.
Election Information: Voting, Polling locations, Registration and more...
Finger Printing - Where do I go?
Steele County Recorder's Office does not offer finger printing services.
Other Available Options:
For additional information please search the web.
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Minnesota Health Care Programs (MHCP) provide health care coverage to eligible families with children, adults, people with disabilities and seniors
Call MNPrairie at 507-431-5600 or click here (Clicking on this link will redirect to an external website)
Human Services Department
Contact Minnesota Prairie County Alliance
Health Care Coverage
Income and Food Assistance
Children & Family Services
Mental Health Services
Substance Use Services
Marriage License: How do I...
A marriage license purchased in Minnesota only allows you to be married in Minnesota. Your marriage license is valid for six (6) months.
For more information regarding the application process please click here or call the Recorders Office at 507-444-7450.
Passport: How do I...
Passport Information or call the Recorders Office at 507-444-7450.
Recycling: Extra Bins, Scheduled Pick-up and more...
If you would like more information about Recycling in Steele County click here. For additional information please call Planning & Zoning / Environmental at 507-444-7487.