Cherokee County
110 W. Maple, Columbus, KS 66725 • Phone: 620-429-2042

What We Do

This office is responsible for elections, voter registrations, recording, maintaining agendas and all records of the County Commission. We maintain all county records and account payables.

We also offer hunting-fishing licenses, boat registrations, as well as provide assistance with Food Sales and Homestead Tax Refund applications. For more information on all government services, any great opportunities or attractions located in Cherokee County, KS contact us. We believe Cherokee County is a great place to live and work!

Sincerely,
Rodney D. Edmondson,
Cherokee County Clerk

THE CHEROKEE COUNTY COURTHOUSE WILL BE CLOSED ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH & 28TH, 2014 FOR THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY.

Latest Updates

Mon
24
Nov

Minutes from November 17, 2014

MINUTES FOR NOVEMBER 17, 2014 BOARD OF CHEROKEE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CHEROKEE COUNTY, KANSAS CONVENE Commissioner Hilderbrand called the regular session of the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners (The Board), to order and led all in attendance in the Pledge of … Continue reading

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24
Nov

RESOLUTION NO. 20-2014

A RESOLUTION OF ENDORSEMENT FOR THE OPERATION OF A LOTTERY GAMING FACILITY BY CASTLE ROCK CASINO RESORT, LLC IN CHEROKEE COUNTY, KANSAS: WHEREAS, the Kansas Expanded Lottery Act and amendments thereto, K.S.A. 74-8733, et seq. (the “Act”), was approved by … Continue reading

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21
Nov

Agenda for November 24, 2014

Approve Minutes:  9:00 Pledge, approve Minutes from November 17, 2014 Meeting, & Other County Business from County Clerk Appointments: 9:00 MEETING IN THE DISTRICT COURTROOM FOR CASINO PUBLIC PRESENTATION 11:00 SANDRA STRICKLIN – TORNADO SAFETY ROOM FOR WEIR 11:30 NATHAN … Continue reading

Mon
17
Nov

Minutes from November 10, 2014

MINUTES FOR NOVEMBER 10, 2014 BOARD OF CHEROKEE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CHEROKEE COUNTY, KANSAS CONVENE Commissioner Hilderbrand called the regular session of the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners (The Board), to order and Deputy Curtis Nida, an Army Veteran, lead all … Continue reading