Tax Deadlines have passed and names will be printed in the paper about 8/1/16. Additional Fees will be applied to each account as well. Please review the attached list and make sure your taxes are paid. Please contact the Treasurer's Office at 223-3800 x192 with any questions.
Don't forget to register to vote for the upcoming primary election in August and general election in November. Register to vote at the county clerks office in the courthouse or online HERE.
Code Red Emergency Warning System for Bourbon County
Click the link below to sign up
Do you have a road condition to report or noticed a road sign missing, head over to the Facebook Page for Bourbon County Public Works by CLICKING HERE and like their new page. Stay current on new projects that are coming and other information about Bourbon County roads and to report issues with roads, bridges and signs.
Mobile App Available for Car Tags and Driver Licenses
The Kansas Department of Revenue has created a Mobile App to offer the following information to Kansas residents:
The KS Vehicles Connect app is available on iPhone, Android and Window phone systems for free. The app will also be fully compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Check it out in your App Store.
You can now pay your Taxes online, CLICK HERE to be taken to the Treasurers Page to find out how.
Public Service Announcement
OPEN BURNING PROCEDURES
While there is not a regulation requiring burn permits in Bourbon County, it is prudent that land owners
to take some precautions. We are experiencing a very dry winter and facing several more days with very
little chance of precipitation and conditions will be favorable for wide and quick spreading wild fires.
If a land owner is planning to conduct a Prescribed Burn or burn LARGE trash or debris
piles, please follow these steps:
1. Notify your local Fire Station by calling Fort Scott Dispatch at 620‐223‐1700. Tell them the location and area to be burned. You may also contact your local Fire Chief directly.
2. Notify your neighbors.
3. Plan for the smoke. Know what direction the wind is blowing, and what or who is in that direction.
4. Have enough people to help, each with enough tools, equipment and water to control the fire.
5. Be prepared in the event the fire gets out of control, know who to call. Call 911 or Fort Scott Dispatch at 620‐223‐1700.
IT IS STRONGLY ADVISED TO NOT CONDUCT ANY PRESCRIBED BURNING WITHOUT TAKING THESE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS.
As a Property Owner, you may be liable for any costs to have a fire department respond, and costs associated with damages to other properties or homes. Please make all efforts to make your Prescribed Burns safe and controlled.
Please do not conduct a Burn on Elevated, Extreme or RED FLAG FIRE WARNING days.
Or when a warning is declared by the National Weather Service (NWS / NOAA)
Bourbon County Emergency Management and Bourbon County Rural Fire
UPCOMING EVENTS TO TAKE NOTE OF: