"Serving Our Citizens"
Kingman County Courthouse
130 N. Spruce
County clerk: (620) 532-2521
Click here to apply for a 2014 burn permit
For burn permit questions, please call
Fred Simon, 532-5081. Hands-on application assistance is available at several area cooperatives and the county clerk's office.
Special Sales Tax Election - April 8, 2014
County voters will decide whether to enact a 1% general countywide
sales tax for capital improvements, including a Law Enforcement Center, and property tax relief. Revenues from the tax will
be shared by the county and its seven incorporated cities. The tax
will sunset in 20 years.
For voter registration form or to apply for an advance ballot, click here.
Sales Tax Fact Sheets - click
these links for more information
Current & proposed rates, projected revenue
In-depth look at rates, revenue sharing
How local rates compare to surrounding counties
In-depth rate comparison
Use of county sales tax in Kingman County & Kansas
Please note: Kingman County cannot process
commercial vehicle tags.
information is available at the Courthouse or by calling the Tag Office at (620) 532-5482.
March 10: County Commission will meet at 8 a.m. at the Courthouse. To request time on the agenda, please call the County Clerk, (620)
March 18: Last day to register to vote in April 8 special county sales tax election.
March 19: County Clerk begins mailing advance ballots for
April 8 special county sales tax election.
1: In-person advance voting begins at County Clerk's office for special county sales tax election.
For election information, to request a ballot or find out
how to register to vote, please call the County Clerk, (620) 532-2521.
County Commission Agenda and Minutes
Voter registration ends March 18 for April 8 election
County sales tax vote to be April 8, 2014
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Kingman County Purchasing Policy