|County Average CSR:||66.6 weighted average, 81 Cropland Average, 82 CSR2 Cropland Average|
|State Average CSR:|
|Average Price per CSR2 Point:||$105.66|
|County Size:||569 sq miles|
|Farmland Acres:||317,699 total acres, 273,784 Cropland acres, 17,003 Woodland acres, 26,912 Other acres|
|Average Farmland Value (Price Per Acre):||$8,214|
|Average Farmland Value for Southeast Iowa:||$6,716|
|Highest Known Farmland Sale in County:||09/10/14 81 acres $14500/acre 88.4 CSR|
|Average County Rent:||$276.00|
|Rent Range:||$130/a to $335/a|
|Average rent for Southeast Iowa:||$239.00|
|Rent per CSR Point:||$2.91 per CSR2|
|Improved Permanent Pasture:||$55.00/a region average|
|Unimproved Permanent Pasture:||$48.00/a regional average|
|Stalk Grazing per Acre:||N/A|
|Hunting Rights per Acre:||$16/a regional average|
Towns: Ainsworth, Crawfordsville, Riverside, Wellman, Brighton, Kalona, Washington, West Chester, Coppock
Unincorporated Areas: Rubio
Townships: Lime Creek, English River, Iowa, Seventy-Six, Cedar, Jackson, Highland, Dutch Creek, Franklin, Washington, Oregon, Brighton, Marion, Clay, Crawford
History: Washington County was originally formed on January 18, 1838 as Slaughter County in honor of William B. Slaughter, the secretary of Wisconsin Territory. A short time later it was renamed Washington County, in honor of George Washington. The first settlers arrived in Washington County in 1835. The homesteads did not start until 1836. A town was built in the present day township of Oregon named Astoria. It became the first county seat and housed the first court house. In 1839, Washington became the final location of the seat of justice.
Additional Information: Lea more on the Washington County Iowa website.
Information updated as of 12/20/2016. Compiled from sources including Iowa State University, Washington County Extension Office, Washington County courthouse records, Surety Maps, Wikipedia, Iowa Department of Transportation and USDA. An attempt has been made to verify information but it is not guaranteed to be accurate. Confirm all information that you must rely for decision making purposes.