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Personal property renditions are due on March 15th of every year.
Thirty days after you receive your change of value notices.
Several reasons. Property may have applied for a building permit. Property may have sold & the state requires the appraisers office to review. The state of Kansas also requires the appraisers office to review properties on a yearly basis.
To renew your license and more view the Driver's License page.
View extensive details by viewing the Jury Duty page.
Fully understand how to obtain a birth certificate by viewing the Vital Statistics page.
Contact the Sheriff's Office and learn more about their role in the County by viewing the Sheriff's page.
Understand how your property is zoned by viewing the Zoning Board of Clay County page.
Discover information regarding the tag office of Clay County by viewing the Motor Vehicle Information page.
To understand how to vote in Clay County view the Vote Information page.
To report a bad road in Clay County complete the Request Road Maintenance online form.
You must be 18 years of age, a citizen, and a resident of Clay County in order to be eligible to serve on jury duty.
Getting excused depends on each individual person's circumstances. A request is given to the Judge, who decides if a juror is to be excused or not.
You are chosen through driver's license and voter's registration.
There is no age limit. It depends on a person's circumstances and health.
If a juror has received a summons and is requesting to be excused from serving, that juror must write a detailed letter to the Jury Coordinator and advise of the reason why they are not able to report. That request is then given to the Judge, who determines whether or not that juror should be excused. Once the Jury Coordinator receives the request back from the Judge, the Jury Coordinator will contact that juror to advise if they have been excused or not.
Students are not exempt from serving on jury duty. If a student receives a summons, that student should check to see if they have a conflict, and if so, contact the Jury Coordinator and request to be excused.
The Clay County District Court is located at:
712 5th Street
Clay Center, KS 67432
Please report to the second floor of the Courthouse and check in with the clerk in Room 204. Please make sure to call the telephone number on your jury summons after 5 p.m. the night before to verify whether you need to report.
After you are checked in, you will have a seat in the hall and wait to go into Court. When the jurors are all called to go into the Courtroom, you will begin Voir Dire, which is the jury questioning process. Once Voir Dire has been completed, you will know whether or not you have been chosen to serve on the jury panel.
If you are chosen, you will serve for the remainder of the trial. If you are not chosen, you are excused until you receive another jury summons. After the panel has been chosen, you begin the trial at that time. When a juror receives a jury summons, that juror is reporting for a jury trial that is being held that day.
Your employer is not required to pay you while on jury duty; however, law prohibits employers from firing an employee who is serving on jury duty.
Monday thru Friday 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and Saturday's 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. (Noon)
These types of things can be taken through the Household Hazardous Waste facility that is located at the Clay County Landfill, 1330 21st Road, Clay Center, KS 67432.
Monday thru Friday 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and Saturday's 8:00 A.M to 12:00 P.M. (Noon) If you are wanting large amounts of chemical such as barrel's, please try to come M-F as we do not always have an equipment operator on hand on Saturdays.
By contacting the Noxious Weed Department at 785-632-2487 or filling out the noxious weed complaint form.
You will need your vehicle, the title, drivers license, and $20.00. The title can not be Salvage or Rebuilt. For further questions on salvage or rebuilt titles contact Kansas Highway Patrol www.kansashighwaypatrol.org . The VIN needs to be legible in order to do a VIN inspection.