- County Road 1 FAQ dated 01/22/2020
- Comprehensive Plan Draft dated 01/20/2020
- Snow and Ice Removal Policy
- Priority Snow Routes Map
- Mental Health Taskforce Report PowerPoint version
- Annual County Wide Clean-Up for Leavenworth County Residents
- A website dedicated to the Leavenworth County Comprehensive Plan is available at https://www.lvcountyplan.com/
- Public Works Road Maintenance and Project Schedules
- 2020 Request for Dust Control
- 2018 Audit Report , 2017 Audit Report , 2016 Audit Report
- Citizen's Guide to Kansas Open Meetings Act (KOMA) and Kansas Open Records Act (KORA)
- Resolution 2012-18 - Multi-Year Capital Improvement Plan
- County Budgets: 2015 , 2015 (Spec) , 2016 , 2016 (Spec) , 2017 , 2017 (Spec)
- Notice of Public Hearing
- The Law Library - Free Access to Legal Resources
- General Notice to Control Noxious Weeds
- For questions regarding the County's ADA accessibility contact the Human Resources Department.
- Sign Regulations for: Basehor , Lansing , Leavenworth (City) , Leavenworth (County) , Tonganoxie
- Open Records Request Form
District court judges are selected in one of two ways in Kansas: merit selection and retention vote, or, by partisan ballot. In some district voters have approved nonpartisan merit selection of judges. In other districts, judges run for office on a partisan ballot. The Judicial Nominating Commission helps fill judicial vacancies by appointment when a vacancy occurs outside of the election cycle. Judicial Nominating Commissions are made up of attorneys and non-attorneys who live in the district.
The Leavenworth County Board of County Commissioners is accepting applications for one vacancy from non-lawyer persons interested in serving on the Judicial Nominating Commission.
The application must be delivered to the Leavenworth County Clerk’s office, at 300 Walnut, Leavenworth Kansas 66048, no later than noon, Friday, February 7, 2020 to be considered.
For more information on the Judicial Nominating Commission, please visit www.kscourts.org/appellate-clerk/nominating-commission
Leavenworth County is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women and minority applicants.
Leavenworth County is nearing the completion of its new comprehensive plan. As part of that process, the county is holding a public open house from 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 18th, during which residents can discuss the current draft of the plan.
The open house will be held at the Lansing Community Center, 800 First Terrace, in Lansing, and will feature exhibits describing the results of community input gathered through a variety of measures, including a public survey, focus groups, and a community open house held in October 2019. Exhibits will display the plan’s proposed framework, recommendations, and strategies for topics such as land use; development; transportation; open space; infrastructure; and government and regional relations.
County commissioners, county staff members, planning consultants from Olsson, and members of the Stakeholder and Citizen Advisory and Technical committees will be on hand to discuss the plan with attendees.
The county commission will consider adoption of the final version of the plan at an upcoming meeting later this spring.
The goal of the comprehensive plan is to ensure Leavenworth County can continue to grow in a sustainable way that both fulfills the needs of its residents and preserves the integrity of its rural areas. The plan will address issues concerning infrastructure, land use and urban growth that have emerged with the increasing growth in the county.
The current draft of the plan will be available for an online public comment period from February 24th to March 9th, 2020 at www.lvcountyplan.com. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, or Krystal Voth, Interim Planning Director, at 913-684-0461.
FOR LEAVENWORTH COUNTY
PURSUANT TO K.S.A 79-1460a.
The following market study analysis of residential properties should be used for its intended purpose of illustrating general trends for all residential properties within defined valuation areas of Leavenworth County. The study is not intended to apply to individual properties and would not be useful for that purpose. This study was based on analysis of valid at arm’s length sales of real estate, which occurred in the years 2017 & 2018.
Please bear in mind the fact that the statistics given in the following valuation areas are what are typical for those areas. The numbers are averages for large groups of properties. Since averages only measure the central tendency of an area, individual properties may deviate from average by significant amounts.
Leavenworth Neighborhoods Built Prior to 1960: A study of the residential real estate market for neighborhoods in Leavenworth built primarily prior to 1960 indicated there is an overall inflationary trend of 4.6% per year.
Leavenworth Neighborhoods Built from 1960 to 1990: A study of the residential real estate market for neighborhoods in Leavenworth built primarily from 1960 to 1990 indicated there is an overall inflationary trend of 3.1% per year.
Leavenworth Neighborhoods Built 1990 and after. A study of the residential real estate market for neighborhoods in Leavenworth built primarily from 1990 to present indicated there is an overall inflationary trend of 2% per year.
Lansing: A study of the residential real estate market for neighborhoods in Lansing indicated there is an overall inflationary trend of 3.6% per year.
Tonganoxie: A study of the residential real estate market for neighborhoods in Tonganoxie indicated there is an overall inflationary trend of 4.2% per year.
Basehor: A study of the residential real estate market for neighborhoods in Basehor indicated there is an overall inflationary trend of 7.1% per year.
Rural Leavenworth County: A study of the residential real estate market for unincorporated areas of the county indicated there is an overall inflationary trend of 6.2% per year.
A study of the real estate market for vacant lots indicated that there is no overall inflationary or deflationary trend.
The following is a market study analysis of commercial/industrial properties.
The Cost Approach, Income Approach, and Market Approach are valuation methods used for Commercial/Industrial properties.
A study of the commercial real estate market indicated that there is no overall inflationary or deflationary trend.
This market analysis fulfills the requirements of K.S.A. 79-1460a which states that it will be published annually, at least ten business days prior of the mailing of change of valuation notices pursuant to K.S.A. 79-1460.
The Leavenworth County Register of Deeds is offering a FREE online subscription to help prevent PROPERTY FRAUD.
What is it?
When someone illegally uses your property for financial gain.
How does it happen?
Someone records a fraudulent document in the County Land records office, making it look like they own your home or property.
Should I be concerned?
Yes, According to the FBI, property and mortgage fraud is the fastest growing white-collar crime.
What can I do about it?
Your County Register of Deeds Office has teamed up to create a notification service called PROPERTY FRAUD ALERT
Protecting the most valuable investment: BE INFORMED - BE ALERT - BE NOTIFIED
To sign up for this FREE service, go to https://pfa.fidlar.com/KSLeavenworth and complete the registration form and submit. You will be given the option to be notified by either "Email" or by "Phone" of any document recorded against your property with your name on it in the Office of The Register of Deeds.