DEPARTMENTS

departments

Clerk

The Gove County Clerk’s Office handles many of the administrative functions of the county including elections, budgets, human resources, payroll, and taxes.

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District Court

Gove County is part of the 23rd Judicial District in the State of Kansas.

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economic development

The mission of Gove County Economic Development is to further economic development by promoting the assets and resources of the county and its communities.

 

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Elections

The county Clerk serves as county’s Election Officer. Please contact the Clerk’s office regarding any kind of election information.

 

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Golden Prairie Extension

K-State Research and Extension is a statewide network of educators sharing unbiased, research-based information and expertise on issues important to Kansas.

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Public Health

The Gove County Health Department provides a wide variety of services that keeps our primary client, the community, healthy.

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Landfill

Gove County maintains a sanitary landfill for residents to dispose of typical household waste.

 

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Noxious Weed

The goals of the Gove County Noxious Weed department are to educate and assist the public with environmentally safe methods to control the noxious weeds in the county.

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Register of Deeds

The Register of Deeds office files and records documents that pertain to real estate.

 

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Road & Bridge

The Road and Bridge department strives to effectively and efficiently maintain and improve Gove County’s roads, bridges, road signs, and drainage in order to provide quality transportation and public safety to the public.

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Sheriff & Emergency Management

Gove County Sheriff’s Office provides law enforcement for the entire county. Gove County Emergency Management is the designated disaster agency for the county with the responsibility for coordinating the mitigation of, preparedness for, response to, and recovery from disasters.

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Treasurer

The Treasurer’s office, per statute, is responsible for the tax billing, collection, and distribution of tax monies for the state, county, cities, and all other taxing entities that levy ad valorem and/or special assessment taxes.

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