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The Reno County Clerk's Office will be happy to answer any questions you have including the eligibility guidelines and where to file for your Homestead Tax Refund.
Your total household income must be under $34,450 for a homestead refund. Another requirement for a Homestead refund is that you are the homeowner and the home was on the tax rolls for the entire filing year. NOT AVAILABLE TO RENTERS. Your claim for a refund must be made by April 15 each year.
Please contact the administration office at 620-694-2929 or email email@example.com
Payments are accepted by money order only. Online payments, debit cards, credit cards, cash and personal checks are not allowed at this time. Supervision fees are a separate expense and are not included in any court fines or restitution that you may owe.
Leave a message with your name and return phone number and a brief message about what you need. Calling in is not considered reporting as directed. If you cannot reach your ISO by phone you should report to the office as soon as possible.
We provide inspection of private wells and waste water systems on the sale of homes. This is generally an agreement with the lender, buyer, or seller to have these inspection completed. Our fees are listed on the request form.
Below is a handout that explains the permit process for drilling a new well. A properly placed well is vital to your health and your family’s health.
If you are drilling a new well please complete and submit the Private Water Supply Application. Your completed application may be submitted by:
Other forms and handouts needed for the water well permit process:
We recommend yearly testing and disinfection of your water well. The following are educational handouts to disinfect your well and to educate yourself on the water quality and water testing:
The proper type and placement of a wastewater system is important for groundwater protection. There is an application that must be completed by the homeowner or contractor. If you are in a floodplain please check with the Reno County Flood Plain Manager, located in the public works section, at 620-694-2978.
Inquires or concerns maybe called into Environmental Health Staff at 620-694-2900.
A properly installed waste water system is critical to the protection of the groundwater and private wells. The following are handouts that explain the permit process for installing a waste water system:
Needing a new waste water system? Complete and submit a private waste water application. Your completed application may be submitted by:
Other forms and handouts needed for the wastewater permit process:
A lagoon might be an option for you to consider treating your waste water. A lagoon uses wind action; sun light treatment and maintaining appropriate water levels to achieve proper sewage treatment. Lagoons have specific construction criteria that must be met in order for the lagoon to work properly. The following is some information about lagoons:
The actual lice are very tiny and may be seen as black or rust colored dots that cling to the base of the hairs. Use of a magnifying glass makes them easier to see.
Information (Computer) Services is located in the Courthouse basement.
The Reno County Sheriff’s Office conducts sales of real estate under court order. Mortgage Foreclosure Sales are held each Tuesday (except holidays) at 10 a.m. in the Reno County Courthouse, 206 West First, Hutchinson, Kansas 67501. The sale is held inside of the Courthouse, past the security desk.