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. . . . Effective 1-11-21 the County-Wide Mask Mandate is rescinded. Honor individual businesses & county depts & people who require masks . . . . .Weather Radios are available from Emergency Mgmt. Call 785-527-5692. . . . The Courthouse, EMS and Highway Dept are open to the public. . . . . Health Department services and COVID-19 testing are available by appointment only. . . . . .County offices are also available via phone, fax, mail, or email. Paperwork not requiring in-person assistance is requested to be delivered via the drop box on the east side of the courthouse. . . . . .The County Transportation bus is running. Call 785-527-7239 with questions. . . . .For the most current information on Coronavirus COVID-19, see websites covid.ks.gov and cdc.gov. . . .

COVID-19 VACCINATION INFORMATION

As Republic County moves forward in Phase Two of the statewide vaccine plan we ask for your patience and understanding. We are currently receiving very limited quantities of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and are getting it to the public as quickly as we can. 

 At this time we ask that you review Phase 2 qualifications.

WHO IS PRIORITIZED TO BE VACCINATED IN PHASE 2

If you believe you fit into this phase, click below to schedule your appointment.  If you are not in the current phase, please do not schedule an appointment until we have moved forward to your applicable phase. For assistance with the online process, please call the Republic County Health Department at 785-527-5671.

SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT

Please complete this Vaccine Consent Form and bring with you to your vaccination appointment.

COVID VACCINE CONSENT FORM

As vaccine becomes available we will announce clinic locations through all media resources and email alerts. Click here to sign up for email alerts:

EMAIL ALERTS

We will continue to work through the challenges. Please check back often for updates and changes.

 


Republic County, Kansas

Located in north central Kansas, and bordering Nebraska, Republic County is home to 5,000 Kansans. In 1860, Republic County was established by the Kansas legislature and named for the Republican River, which flows south through the county. Belleville is the largest city and county seat.

Republic County mapEarly settlers were well protected within the county by the opening of the military road along the California Trail through the county in 1857, which increased military vigilance. In 1866 the county seat was located in Belleville. The building of the Pawnee Indian Museum near Republic to preserve the site of the Pawnee Indian Republic was a major event.

 

 

 

RESULTS OF THE APPRAISER'S MARKET STUDY ANALYSIS FOR 2021