Address and phone number for Cherokee County Commissioner, a Commissioner, at West Maple Street, Columbus KS.
The Cherokee County Commissioner, located in Columbus, KS, makes policy for Columbus, including setting long-term goals and evaluating their outcomes. They adopt Columbus budgets, approve taxation and financial decisions, adopt ordinances, and make land use decisions. Commissioners play multiple roles in Columbus and Cherokee County government, often working with Commissioners on the Kansas level to accomplish goals.You may contact the Commissioner's Office for questions about:
The Commissioner's Office maintains public records in Columbus. These include property-related public records, such as property assessments, property tax rates, and property tax filings. They may also provide records on land use, zoning ordinances, and regulation. Columbus real estate records provide information on property owners, with the ability to search by name, address, or parcel ID.Budget and Tax Information
As part of its responsibilities, the Cherokee County Commissioner keeps budget and tax documents in Columbus. These records, including annual reports on Columbus budgets and taxes, are available to the public. Contact the Commissioner's Office for more information on these records.Columbus Department Heads
In addition to overseeing financial and policy decisions, Commissioners also oversee specific departments or functions. In Kansas state, for example, Commissioners report to the governor, including that Kansas Commissioner of Revenue and the Kansas Commissioner of Transportation. At the Columbus level, commissioners manage departments and serve in both elected and appointed roles. The Commissioner's Office can provide information on contacting a local or state Commissioner in Kansas.Local Government Management
In Cherokee County, the Office of the Commissioners takes on some executive functions. Commissioners play a role in local government management, serving as executives and administrators within the government.Board of Commissioners
The Columbus Board of Commissioners includes those on elected boards and those appointed by the Columbus council or mayor. The Board of Commissioners may include Zoning Commissioners, Housing Commissioners, and Parks Commissioners. For information about the Board of Commissioners, contact the Cherokee County Commissioner.Contact the Cherokee County Commissioner
You may contact the Cherokee County Commissioner by calling 620-429-3256, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Cherokee County Commissioner, 110 West Maple Street, Columbus, Kansas, 66725.