1. Administration

    Learn about the Pottawatomie County Administration and how they serve the surrounding communities.

  2. Appraiser's Office

    The Appraiser's Office annually appraises and assesses each parcel of real property and personal property accurately, uniformly, and according to law (K.S.A 79-1412a).

  3. Clerk's Office

    The County Clerk's Office handles voter records, elections, moving and CMB permits, accounts payable, setting mill levies, real estate mailing addresses, state abstracts, and secretary to the County Commissioners.

  4. County Attorney's Office

    The Pottawatomie County Attorney is responsible for felony prosecution, misdemeanor prosecution, and domestic battery prosecution.

  5. Emergency Management

    Pottawatomie County Emergency Management is the primary county agency responsible for coordinating the mitigation of, preparedness for, response to, and recovery from disasters.

  6. Environmental Health

    The Environmental Health Division ensures the safe installation and use of private waste and water disposal systems and private water supply systems.

  7. Fire

    Pottawatomie County Fire provides the community with fire safety, safety education, and fire prevention programs, while providing the mitigation of fire, medical, and related emergencies with professionally trained personnel.

  8. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

    The Pottawatomie County Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Office creates and provides geographic data and maps to the community and governmental agencies. The office also serves as the county's IT and web administrators.

  9. Health Department

    It is the mission of the Health Department to engage, encourage, and build community partnerships for the purpose of identifying and promoting a healthy living environment for the stakeholders of Pottawatomie County.

  10. Human Resources

    Human Resources is responsible for personnel matters, processing payroll, administering employee benefits, workers compensation, training, and streamlining employee recruitment and retention.

  11. Noxious Weed Department

    The Pottawatomie County Noxious Weed Department is a friendly environment committed to providing information and treatment options for noxious weeds in Kansas.

  12. Planning & Zoning Office

    The Pottawatomie County Planning and Zoning Office is responsible for administering the County's Unified Development Regulations (Zoning Regulations).

  13. Public Transportation

    Pottawatomie County General Public Transportation provides services throughout our 862-square-mile county.

  14. Public Works Department

    The Public Works Department is committed to providing safe travel for the general public as well as improving the quality of life in Pottawatomie County.

  15. Register of Deeds

    The Register of Deeds is responsible for filing and recording all transactions related to real estate in Pottawatomie County.

  16. Sheriff's Office

  17. Treasurer's Office

    The Pottawatomie County Treasurer's Office strives to consistently provide the public, first-rate customer service.