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Douglas Co: Tuesday-Friday: 7:00 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. 1035 N 3rd St, Suite 122 Lawrence, KS (785) 843-9593
Shawnee Co: Tuesday-Friday: 7:00 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. 3907 SW Burlingame St. Topeka, KS (785) 266-7380 Map of DMV Locations
Always be sure to bring your current proof of insurance with you when doing any motor vehicle transaction.
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Thus, assuring that wastewater treatment systems are not placed in locations that could contaminate drinking water supplies, and that wastewater is not surfacing upon the ground within Jefferson County are important steps in protecting the drinking water resources of the county.
Property owners with concern that their current wastewater system is not working properly or managing the volume of wastewater generated should contact the Jefferson County Health Department at (785) 863-2447 to request a wastewater system consultation. Based on those findings, appropriate repairs can be made when indicated.
Wastewater and private well water permit applications are only accepted for county properties with appropriate Planning and Zoning Code building permits.
For more information, please contact the Register of Deeds Office at (785) 863-2243.
Note: Most state and federal highways have a "K" or "U.S." preceding the number, like K-92 or US-59.
If a culvert is needed, the landowner is responsible for furnishing a brand new metal corrugated culvert of a size determined by the road superintendent on-site and for providing any other materials needed for the installation the first time. The county will install and maintain it at no cost to the landowner after that.