|County Administrator's Office|
The County Administrator is the chief executive officer of the county, with overall responsibility for the efficient administration of policies determined by the County Commission. The administrator serves at the pleasure of the County Commission, and is responsible for the implementation of their goals.
The County Clerk's Office is responsible for paying all of the County Claims and Payroll for County employees. We assist in filling out the Homestead and Food Sales Tax forms. As an agent for the State Wildlife and Parks we provide Fish and Hunting License, Park Permits and Boat Permits.
|Zoning and Codes|
Zoning is a critical tool used to allow certain land uses in an organized manner, this includes transportation, infrastructure, floodplain, agricultural preservation and promotion, open space as well as other land uses. We are passionate about educating the public while responding to an unprecedented number of general land use questions regarding land sales and property acquisition.
|Register of Deeds|
The Register of Deeds office serves as a recording and information center for real estate located in Douglas County. If you have ever bought or sold property, you have interacted with a similar office. The name of this office may vary from state to state, but its role is the same. We are the custodians and preserver of all records concerning parcels of land in Douglas County including deeds, mortgages, maps/subdivision plats, and other documents pertaining to real estate.
|Geographical Information Systems|
GIS is responsible for maintaining the GIS systems for Douglas County, Kansas.
The Public Works Department maintains 224 miles of County roads, 157 bridges, 1,100 culverts, Lone Star Lake and seven County park sites. The Engineering Division provides design, surveying, construction contracting and inspection, and permitting of work within road rights-of-way.