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This area has a Manhattan address, though it is not within the city limits of Manhattan. It is sometimes referred to as Blue Township, but Blue Township is a much larger area that extends from the Kansas River to past the Tuttle Creek Dam. Green Valley is the area loosely defined by the Blue Township Sewer District.
You can find out about restrictive covenants by contacting the Register of Deeds Office.
For information about payments and time remaining on special assessments contact the Administration Office.
Yes, as of January 1, 2020 Green Valley is subject to building codes and inspections. The inspections are conducted by the Manhattan Division of Risk Reduction, but all building permit applications start with the Pottawatomie County Office of Planning and Zoning. However, Green Valley does not have any adopted nuisance codes. Things like overgrown grass, excessive noise, or bad smells are not covered by any Pottawatomie County resolutions.