The Kingman County Commission will return to morning meetings, effective April 3. Read on...
Anyone wanting agenda time with the Kingman County Commission must make that request by 5 p.m. Wednesday for the following Monday meeting. Read on...
- Weekly Commission meetings begin at 1 p.m. each Monday, except holidays.
- Kingman County Courthouse
130 N Spruce
Kingman, KS 67068
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agenda
- Fred Foley, Commissioner of District 1
- Jerry Henning, Commissioner of District 2
- John Steffen, Chairman, Commissioner of District 3
How to Request Time on the Agenda
To request time on the agenda, please call the County Clerk at 620-532-2521. When requesting agenda time, please provide the topic you wish to discuss with the commission.
About the Commission
Kingman County elects three County Commissioners. Terms are staggered so there is always an experienced Commissioner on the Board, ensuring the county's best interests are always front and center.
Kingman County is divided into three districts and each district elects one Commissioner. Districts are divided to be as compact and equal in population as possible.
The County Commission is vested with broad power in conducting the business of the county. County Commissioners have a variety of statutory duties, all of which are spelled out in the Kansas Statutes Annotated (K.S.A.). In particular, the powers of the Commissioners are provided in K.S.A.19-212.
Commissioners have many things on their plates when they meet each week and taxpayers are always invited to attend the Commission's weekly open meetings. If you have a specific concern, please request agenda time by contacting the County Clerk at 620-532-2521 no later than Friday before the Monday meeting. Be an active part of your county government by attending meetings, listening and learning.
You may also request meeting information online.