Office Hours / Office Locations / Services Available
Cherokee County
Treasurer
 
Juanita Hodgson
Took Office: 2001
County Population:
21,603

Cherokee County was organized in 1866, first named McGee in 1855, for E. McGee of Missouri, who was a member of the Territorial Legislature. In 1866 the name Cherokee was adopted, from the fact that a large portion of the "Cherokee neutral lands," reservation of that tribe of Indians, was included in the geopgraphical area of the county. Today the county seat is Columbus, Ks.

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  • Main Office: 8:00 - 4:30 / Monday - Friday - open during lunch
  • Driver's License: 10:00 - 4:00 / Tuesday - Friday - open during lunch
 
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  • Main Office: 110 West Maple Street., Room 109, Columbus, Ks - Courthouse
  • Driver's License: 110 West Maple Street., Room 109, Columbus, Ks - Courthouse
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  • Driver's License Renewals
  • Open During Lunch Hour
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