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Kingsbury County has a burn ban in place effective today June 8, 2021
The County Auditor, as the clerk of the Kingsbury County Commission, is required to keep records of commission proceedings. The Auditor's fiscal duties include conducting a monthly verification of all bank balances and cash items in the County Treasurer's Office and making a report of the same to the Commission publishing an annual report of the receipts and disbursements as well as the assets and liabilities of the County.
The Kingsbury County Treasurer is responsible for all of the money belonging to the county. The Treasurer collects real estate and mobile home taxes, provides information regarding real estate taxes, manages county investments, handles vehicle licensing and transfer of vehicle titles.
The Kingsbury County Register of Deeds office is where a record of real estate deeds or other land titles that is maintained by a local government official in the Kingsbury County Courthouse.
The Sheriff shall keep and preserve the peace within the County. He must pursue and apprehend all felons, and execute all writs, warrants, and other process from any court or magistrate.
Emergency Management Director prepares plans and procedures for responding to natural disasters and other emergencies within Kingsbury County. She also helps lead the response during and after emergencies, often in coordination with public safety officials, elected officials, nonprofit organizations, and government services.
The function of the Equalization Office is to annually value all real property in Kingsbury County at its full and true market value, except for agricultural land, which is valued on its productivity value. This value is then used for taxation purposes but the equalization office is concerned with fair and equal market value, not taxes. This is part of the government services offered by the Director of Equalization.
Kingsbury County Highway Department is responsible for the repairs and maintenance of 112 miles of asphalt roads, 86 miles of blotter roads, and 152 miles of gravel roads, for a total of 350 miles. The highway superintendent appointed by the Board of Commissioners administers this service under their direction. Kingsbury County Highway Department employs 12 individuals to provide this valuable service.
Below are the communities located in Kingsbury County. Click on highlighted names to see that community's website.
Below are a list of all of the lakes that are located in Kingsbury County.
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