Black Hawk County was created in 1843 and named for the Sac war leader who lost the war that bears his name. It is in the eastern part of the state and is bounded by Bremer, Buchanan, Benton, Tama, Grundy, and Butler counties. The present land area is 567 square miles, and the population in 2000 was 128,012. The county seat is Waterloo.
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Black Hawk County
Official county government site. Includes general information, a brief history, details about parks and recreation areas, links to schools, a directory of elected officials, maps and directions.
Black Hawk County Abstract & Title
Serving the area since 1871. Includes list of services provided and a newsletter. Located in Waterloo.
BlackHawk Waste Disposal, Inc.
Serving commercial, industrial and residential customers since 1978. Includes information about services, containers, FAQs and hours.
City-Data.com: Black Hawk County, Iowa
Profiles population demographics, jobs, housing, agriculture and crime statistics. Includes a list of recreational areas, churches, cemeteries, post offices, charts, graphs and maps.
Hartman Reserve Nature Center
A 300 acre wooded isle providing forest, wetland and prairie habitats. Includes history, events, programs, volunteer opportunities and information about the Friends group. Located in Cedar Falls.
Iowa State University Extension - Black Hawk County
Offers agricultural, business, family and 4-H programs and resources. Includes staff directory, news, events, hours and directions. Located in Waterloo.
Voluntary alliance of public agencies and private organizations that collects information, evaluates operations, provides funding coordination, and prioritizes information for funding and develops financial resources for service providers. Includes funding information and member directory.
RE/MAX Home Group
Includes agents' profiles, listings, mortgage center, reports and school information. Offices in Waterloo, Cedar Falls and Jesup.
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