Brown County Permit Search (Kansas)

Search for Brown County, KS permit information. A permit search provides information on building permits, land use permits, access permits, utility permits, special event permits, temporary permits, land development permits, renovation permits, demolition permits, construction permits, occupancy permits, permit violations, permit rules, permit regulations, applying for a permit, approved permits, denied permits, property owner information, construction information, permit restrictions, work stoppage orders, driving permits, election permits, business permits, state park permits, and locating permits.


Clerk Offices in Brown County, Kansas keep public records for a county or local government, including permits. Clerks may be responsible for filing and issuing Brown County permits, including building permits, land use permits, access permits, utility permits, and special event permits. These permits allow property owners and residents to conduct demolitions and renovations, host temporary events, reserve public property, or conduct land development upgrades. They may also show whether a building meets fire and Brown County building codes and include the name, date, and purpose of the permit. The Clerk Office provides information on how to apply for a permit or how to check if a permit is valid, and their permit records are typically available online.

Brown County Clerk Hiawatha KS 601 Oregon Street 66434 785-742-2581

Everest City Clerk Everest KS 717 Main Street 66424 785-548-7776

Horton City Clerk Horton KS 205 East 8th Street 66439 785-486-2681

Morrill City Clerk Morrill KS 612 Roxanna Street 66515 785-459-2231


Town and City Halls in Brown County, Kansas provide municipal services for their communities, including issuing and filing permits. These permits may be required for building projects, such as renovations, demolitions, repairs, zoning compliance, and land development. In addition to building permits, Town and City Halls may also issue Brown County land use permits related to private roads, boundary lines, addresses, and water systems, as well as access permits, utility permits, and special event permits. Brown County permit records can prove that a project has a valid permit, and Town and City Halls can also provide information on looking up permit rules, applying for a permit, or finding approved permits. These permit records are often available online through the Town or City Hall website.

Fairview City Hall Fairview KS 505 W FRONT St 66425 785-467-3200

Hiawatha City Hall Hiawatha KS 701 Oregon Street 66434 785-742-7417

Robinson City Hall Robinson KS 118 Parsons Street 66532 785-544-6850