one thing that you can see and hear that is beautiful and
frightening at the same time, and that is a thunder storm.”
Neosho County has an area of 576 square miles
and a population of 16,406.
Please note, due to resurfacing work
Katy Road will be closed to through traffic beginning on Tuesday,
June 20, 2017. Barricades will be placed at the intersections of
Katy Road and 21st Street at the northern point, Katy and
35th Street at the midpoint, and Katy and 183rd
Road at the southern point. Project duration is estimated between 7
to 9 weeks. Work is scheduled to begin on Thursday, June 22nd.
During this time only local traffic (residents located along the
closed section of road) will be permitted within the work zone.
We appreciate your understanding and
cooperation as work proceeds. Questions may be directed to the
Neosho County Road and Bridge Department: (620)244-3855.
Office Hours: 7:00am to 3:30pm, M-F.
Commission Meetings are held every Friday, at 8:00 a.m., in Room #103 of the
Neosho County has current employment
opportunities; visit our Employment Page and click on job
description links to view more details.
NEOSHO COUNTY PUBLIC STORM SHELTER
With storm season quickly approaching we wish
to remind residents of local shelter locations in the event of
Otterbein United Methodist Church - 631 West
St. Patrick's Catholic Church - 424 South
Tioga Hotel - Corner of Main St. & Lincoln Ave.
NCCC Gymnasium - 800 West 14th Street
Neosho County Courthouse - 100 South Main
High School - 318 1st Street (K-47 Highway)
Thayer United Methodist Chruch - Corner of
Labette & Okmulgee
Grant Center (Old School House) - West Main
See County Clerk page for 2016 General Results.
Scheduled Neosho County
Holidays for 2017.
See Payroll page for 2017 Benefit Information.
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