Business Category Archive: Government

Lincoln County, KS, offers many public services to improve rural lifestyles across city government and county government. Find a complete list of government services in the business directory.

Barnard Rural Fire Department

For emergencies, please dial 911. For all other matters, including calling in controlled burns, please dial the Lincoln County Sherriff’s Department at 785-524-4479. Click here for Lincoln County Controlled Burn Rules. The Barnard Rural Fire Department is a team of 30 volunteers that respond to all grass and structure fires within a 490 square miles area in north and north eastern Lincoln county and …

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City of Barnard

The City of Barnard holds council meetings once a month on the first Monday at 7 p.m.  City office hours are on Monday mornings only, from 8am – noon. 313 Main StreetBarnard, KS 67418 785-792-6270

City of Beverly

The City of Beverly holds council meetings once a month on the first Monday at 7:00 p.m. City office hours are: Monday & Tuesday – 9:00 a.m. to Noon Wednesday – Closed Thursday – 1:00-5:00 p.m. Friday – 9:00 a.m. to Noon, 1:00-5:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday – Closed 203 N MainBeverly, KS 67423 785-436-2363

City of Lincoln

The City of Lincoln Center (commonly known as Lincoln) is committed to promoting the health welfare and safety of its citizens.  City council holds monthly meetings and city staff maintains water, sewer, and trash services along with the city park, ball fields, tennis courts and playgrounds. City Hall hours are Monday-Friday from 8a.m. – 5p.m. …

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City of Lincoln Fire Department

For emergencies, please dial 911. For all other matters, including calling in controlled burns, please dial the Lincoln County Sherriff’s Department at 785-524-4479. Click here for Lincoln County Controlled Burn Rules. The City of Lincoln Fire Department is a team of volunteers that works together with the Lincoln County First Rural Fire Department to respond to all grass …

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City of Sylvan Grove

The City of Sylvan Grove’s primary concern is the promotion of the health welfare and safety of its citizens. Monthly meetings ensure that certain ordinances and provisions are set in place to meet these concerns of the city through such services as water and sewer service street park and park equipment maintenance fairground and ball …

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Farm Service Agency (FSA)

Farm Service Agency (FSA) is a USDA agency that administers most federal farm programs involving crops and livestock for eligible farmers and ranchers. FSA makes low-interest loans for commodity marketing farm ownership and operating expenses and storage structures. FSA is in charge of the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Direct and Counter-cyclical Payments (DCP) and all …

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Lincoln County Ambulance Service

Lincoln County Ambulance Service provides pre-hospital emergency medical care and transport. Hours: 24/7/365 The emergency services building is also used for meetings. 102 N 6th St.Lincoln, KS 67455 785-524-5216

Lincoln County Appraiser

The Lincoln County Appraiser is responsible for the assessment of property- except for utility owned property- for the purpose of property taxes in Kansas. The position is created by state statutes and is filled by appointment of the Board of County Commissioners. Hours: Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. ; 12:30 p.m. – …

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Lincoln County Attorney

Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. CST 108 W Lincoln AveLincoln, Kansas 67455 785-524-4380

Lincoln County Clerk

The Lincoln County Clerk’s office manages a wide variety of county business including managing contracts and agreements, preparing budgets for the county along with most townships and fire districts, setting property tax mill levies, and conducting elections along with many other aspects of managing county government.  The clerk’s office can also issue fish and game licenses.  Office hours …

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Lincoln County Commissioners

The County Commission is responsible for most aspects of county government, regulations and ordinances, budgets and taxes. 216 E Lincoln AvenueLincoln, Kansas 67455 

Lincoln County Council on Aging

The primary purpose of Lincoln County Council on Aging is to provide seniors with resources that assist them with various aging-related issues in life coordinate services they may need and help disseminate information concerning Medicare supplements and Medicare Part D programs. A SHICK (Senior Health Insurance Counselor of Kansas) Counselor is available daily to assist …

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Lincoln County Emergency Management

The Emergency Preparedness Director is responsible for providing direction and implementation of all aspects of emergency preparedness including coordination of all public entities responding in times of disaster or emergency training of personnel and conducting programs for the protection of lives and property from natural and man-made disasters and national security related events. 216 E …

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Lincoln County First Rural Fire Department

For emergencies, please dial 911. For all other matters, including calling in controlled burns, please dial the Lincoln County Sherriff’s Department at 785-524-4479. Click here for the Lincoln County Controlled Burn Rules The Lincoln County First Rural Fire Department is a team of volunteers that works together with the City of Lincoln Fire Department to respond to all …

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Lincoln County Highway Department

The Lincoln County Highway Department services the Lincoln County area year round with services that include road maintenance/repair, bridge maintenance/replacement and culvert maintenance/replacement. The highway department is responsible for over 1120 miles of roads and 302 bridges within Lincoln County. Winter Hours: Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. Summer Hours: Monday – Thursday: …

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Lincoln County Noxious Weed Department

The Noxious Weed Department is charged with two specific duties: enforcing the State Noxious Weed Law within the county boundaries and providing information and material to help control and eradicate noxious weeds. Hours: Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Also available by appointment. 301 N 7thLincoln, KS 67455 785-524-4591

Lincoln County Register of Deeds

The Register of Deeds Office is responsible for recording all transactions relating to real estate in Lincoln County. This includes deeds, mortgages, oil and gas leases, and platted additions to all cities in the county. Our office also files financing statements and agreements on personal property under the uniform commercial code, federal and state tax …

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Lincoln County Rescue Squad

The Lincoln County Rescue Squad is a team of volunteers that responds to all emergencies within Lincoln county, such as wrecks, structure fires, search and rescue, etc. The Rescue Squad responds with 2 trucks and equipment such as extrication tools, ropes, air supply for firefighters, scene lighting and more. The 20-man team of volunteers is currently lead …

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Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department provides Lincoln citizens with law enforcement, jail services, animal control, civil services in court orders, and the enforcement of city ordinances. The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department patrols over 720 sq miles with a population of approximately 3498 people while protecting and serving four cities within Lincoln County: Barnard, Beverly, Lincoln …

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Lincoln County Transfer Station

The transfer station processes the bulk of Lincoln County’s waste.  Waste screening is habitually enforced.  Please see their website which lists acceptable and unacceptable waste.  The transfer station also operates a construction debris (C&D) pit.  C&D waste disposal fee is typically $60 per ton; however please see their website for the county’s dilapidated housing program. …

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Lincoln County Treasurer

Th department of Lincoln County Treasurer has the primary function of   collecting real estate, personal property, intangible and motor vehicle taxes, special assessment, and other miscellaneous taxes for the County, cities, townships, school districts, and other taxing units. In addition, the Treasurer performs the function of a bank for all revenue-generating County departments 216 E. …

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