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Twice a month, on the second and fourth Fridays, the ATA Bus offers a "county run". The ATA Bus picks up riders in the Leonardville, Riley, and Randolph areas and brings them to Manhattan for the day. The bus shuttles riders around town and then returns the riders home in the afternoon.
Service to and from Ogden is available Monday thru Friday.
Service to and from Ogden is available Monday thru Friday. Riders wishing to ride the bus need to call in to the Dispatcher and schedule a ride on the Fort Riley shuttle.
Door to door demand response service in Ogden is available for persons with mobility impairments. Persons eligible for this ADA service must complete an application. This service is a “safety net” for those persons who do not have the functional abilities to access and ride the Ogden route bus. Every certified individual for this ADA service is required to re-certify for continuing eligibility every three years upon becoming initially certified. Call the office for further information about this service. Our number is 537-6345.
Monday 1:30 PMWednesday 10:00 AMFriday 1:30 PM
The court is located at 100 Courthouse Plaza, the limestone building with the clock tower.
610 Colorado Street, Manhattan, KS 66502Telephone: (785)587-2450
For more information, please contact the KBI Drug Enforcement...
--File formal charges--The County Attorney's office will file an arrest warrant or the juvenile and his parent(s) will receive a summons from the court directing them to appear and answer for the charges.
--Address the matter outside the court system with one of the following alternatives:
-Case Management Diversion
-Pre-charge Juvenile Diversion
The attendance officer at each school building has the discretion to determine if reasons offered by the child or his/her parents is sufficient or if the absence will be considered unexcused. USD 383 refers all cases of students with excessive unexcused absences to the Riley County Attorney's office.
Parents of youth involved in the juvenile justice system are encouraged to become actively involved in helping their son or daughter address and resolve their involvement with the court system. Parents seeking advice are encouraged to work with the supervising probation officers and their child's attorney to help the child successfully complete any terms or conditions of their probation or diversion. Additionally, parents are encouraged to report violations of their child's probation or diversion to the supervising officer to resolve quickly any problems before the situation worsens.
Reasons that your license may be suspended that you may not be aware of are:
***NOTE: You are encouraged to seek an attorney's advice concerning any questions you may have. We cannot give advice to anyone.
Generally fences are exempt from zoning regulations and therefore do not require a permit for construction. The only possible exception to this rule would be if the fence would create a vision obstruction at a street intersection. Check with the County Zoning Officer if there is a possible concern in this regard.
A building permit is required before the start of construction of any structure within the unincorporated areas of Riley County. The permit is necessary to verify that the zoning is proper for the intended use, the required setbacks from property lines are achieved, Sanitary Code requirements are met and other basic requirements of this type. The permit does not involve construction inspection since there is no adopted building code that applies to the unincorporated areas of the County.
Your privacy and confidentiality is our priority. The census taker who collects your information is sworn for life to protect your data under Federal Law Title 13. Those who violate the oath face criminal penalties: Under federal law, the penalty for unlawful disclosure is a fine of up to $250,000 or imprisonment for up to 5 years, or both.
B. Courts in Kansas will not do any searches by phone.
C. Requests for criminal record searches for employment, credit, etc. from any agency or individual shall be referred to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation at (785) 296-8200 (Records Department) per Supreme Court Administrative Order No. 156.
D. No district court employee may conduct a search which requires making legal determination such as whether a judgment is still current or that lien exists per K.S.A. 20-3133.
1) full name (first, middle and last)2) date of birth3) either a social security or driver's license number.
Applying for a marriage licence begins a three day waiting period. At the end of the three days or anytime thereafter up to one year you may return to pick up your license. At the time you pick up your license there is a $85.50 fee to be paid in cash. The license is issued and you may have your ceremony performed anywhere within the State of Kansas, for a period of six months. Courthouse Plaza Map...
KANSAS PAYMENT CENTER PO Box 758599 Topeka, KS 66675-8599Please put your case number on your remittance with the county two-letter digit (RL) for Riley County to ensure proper credit. If you have questions, or would like information regarding payments through electronic funds transactions (EFT), please contact KPC customer service at 1-877-572-5722, or visit their website at kspaycenter.Please notify the Court in writing of any address change or name change.
After the thirty-day time period has passed, the original is sent to the Office of Vital Statistics, 100 S. W. Jackson, Suite 120, Topeka, Kansas 66612-2221, where it is kept on permanent file. Copies from the Office of Vital Statistics are $15.00 for each copy.
The phone number for Vital Statistics is (785) 296-1400. Forms to request a copy of a marriage license, can be obtained at the office of the Clerk of the District Court, 100 Courthouse Plaza, Manhattan, Kansas 66502.
2. Abuse must have occurred. This means that one of the following has occurred:a. The person physically hurt or tried to hurt you or a minor child on purpose.b. The person recently threatened to physically hurt you or a minor child.c. The person engaged in physical conduct (touching or sexual intercourse) with a minor child under the age of 16 years of age.
3.You may file only two petitions for a Protection from Abuse Order in a 12 month period unless you are filing the petition on behalf of a minor child who has been abused.
4.You must be available to testify at future hearings as set by the Judge or in any other criminal action against the abuser. If you fail to appear, the case may be dismissed.
5.Other legal help may be available through your private attorney or legal services.
6. A final Protection from Abuse Order will expire after one year or on the date stated in the order, unless you request an extension from the court.
7. If you are the defendant and you want an order restraining the plaintiff from abuse, you must file a counter petition.
8. There are forms available for a Protection from Abuse at the Riley County District Court, 100 Courthouse Plaza, Manhattan, Kansas 66502
2. You may seek a Protection from Stalking Order for yourself, for your minor child, or for a minor child that lives with you.
3. You should be available to testify at future hearings as set for the judge. If you fail to appear, the case may be dismissed.
4. Legal help may be available through your private attorney or legal services.
5. A final Protection from Stalking Order will expire after one year or on the date stated in the order, unless you request an extension or modification from the court.
6. There are forms available for Protection from Stalking at the Riley County District Court, 100 Courthouse Plaza, Manhattan, Kansas 66502.
Mailing Address:Riley County Clerk's Office110 Courthouse PlazaManhattan, KS 66502
Applying for a marriage licence begins a three day waiting period. At the end of the three days or anytime thereafter up to one year you may return to pick up your license. At the time you pick up your license there is an $85.50 fee to be paid in cash. The license is issued and you may have your ceremony performed anywhere within the State of Kansas, for a period of six months. Courthouse Plaza Map...
For more information about the floodplain, please contact Steve Higgins at (785) 537-6332. Email Steve Higgins...
Existing StructuresIf you need an address for an existing structure, please call Sherie Taylor in the GIS Department at (785) 565-6217.
Paints of all kinds including both latex and oil base All pesticides including herbicides and insecticides Lacquers, thinners, stains, paint removers and adhesives Used motor oil and oil filters Household cleaners Spot and stain removers Fertilizers Waxes and polishes All batteries including household and car batteries Gas, solvents and antifreezeFlorescent light bulbsAerosolsOld Prescriptions (no controlled medicines, nor sharps accepted)Miscellaneous: roofing tar, sealers, photo chemicals, pool chemicals, mercury and smoke detectors
On the Register of Historic Kansas Places:Manhattan State Bank, 400 Poyntz Avenue, ManhattanManhattan Union Pacific Depot, Fort Riley Boulevard, ManhattanWashington & Julia Marlatt Homestead, 1600 College Avenue, Manhattan
On the Manhattan Register of Historic Places:1) Mattie Mails Coons House, 1922 Leavenworth St
a. If the weight of the trailer and the load combined is less than 2,000 pounds, registration is optional. Our office recommends tagging and titling on initial purchase for proof of ownership. If a farm trailer hauling the farmer's own product has a load of less than 6,000 pounds, registration is optional. For fees on trucks with gross weight of over 16,000 pounds, call the County Treasurer's Office at 785-537-6320.
b. Property tax is paid at the time of registration/title application and is determined in the County Treasurer's Office. The exceptions are heavy trucks, trailers, and mopeds, whose taxes are determined by the County Appraiser's Office.
c. Reflectorized plate fee is $0.50.
d. Sales tax will be collected in the tag office if the vehicle is bought from an individual, purchased out of state or the sales tax paid to a dealer was less than 7.30%. The sales tax rate is 7.30% plus a $0.50 collection fee.
e. The fee to transfer a tag is $20.50 plus the difference in the property tax.
f. Lien holder fee is $1.50. Vehicle Property Tax and Fee Estimator
If you do not have the title because the lienholder of that state keeps it until the vehicle is paid for have the lienholder fax a copy of the front and back of the title to the Riley County Treasurer's Office at 785-537-6326. You will then need to come to the Riley County Treasurer's Office with your out-of-state registration and your Kansas insurance card(s). We will then do a one time courtesy registration. The State will write to your lienholder and request the out-of-state title be sent to them and the State of Kansas title will be sent to your lienholder.
Kansas Non-Highway and Salvage titles also require an inspection. A designee from the Highway Patrol will be in the lobby of the Treasurer's office on Tuesdays from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m to do these inspections. The cost is $25.00 cash only. The address of the Riley County Treasurer is 110 Courthouse Plaza, Manhattan KS.
A designee will also be at the Geary County Sheriff's Department Tuesday mornings to do Non-Highway and Salvage title inspections. Please call their office at 785-238-2261 for hours.
State-assessed and beyond the scope of this publication. Information in this publication does not apply to state assessed property.
This classification is only applicable to non-highway titled motor vehicles and motor vehicles operated over 12,000 pounds on public roads. Motor vehicles operated under 12,000 pounds on public roads and "recreational vehicles" are appraised, assessed and taxed pursuant to statue (Kansas 79-5100 series).
If any person, association, company or corporation has in their possession or custody any taxable personal property belonging to others, it shall be their duty to list the property with the appraiser in the name of the owner of the property. See Chart
The county appraiser may extend the March 15th deadline if the taxpayer submits a request in writing, stating just and adequate reasons for the extension, and is received by the county appraiser on or before the March 15th due date, April 1st for oil and gas renditions. (K.S.A. 79-1422, K.S.A. 79-332a, and K.S.A. 79-1457)
If personal property is not listed or if a rendition is untimely filed, the county appraiser is required by law to apply any applicable penalties. These penalties are set forth in K.S.A. 79-1422 and K.S.A. 79-1427(a) as follows: View Chart
The county appraiser has the duty of listing and appraising all tangible personal property in the county that is owned by, held, or in the possession of a business. If a taxpayer fails or refuses to file a rendition or, if the rendition filed does not truly represent all the property, the county appraiser has the duty to investigate, identify, list and value such property in an effort to achieve uniformity and equality. (K.S.A. 79-1411(b) and K.S.A. 79-1461)
NOTE: To avoid incurring state mandated penalties, renditions must be filed by the deadline date. Counties have no authority to abate, waive, or refund the penalty mandated by K.S.A. 79-1422. Only the Court of Tax Appeals has the authority to abate, waive, or refund the penalty.
Penalty Appeal Rights:The State Court of Tax Appeals (COTA) has the authority to abate any penalty imposed under this section and order the refund of the abated penalty. In order to appeal a penalty the taxpayer should obtain the proper form from the county appraiser's office, complete the form, and submit it to the county. The county would then submit the form to the State Court of Tax Appeals for consideration (COTA). Either party may request that COTA rehear or reconsider its decision if such request is made within 15 days from the date of COTA's decision.
1) The "notice of value" may be appealed by contacting the county appraiser's office by May 15th to schedule an informal meeting with an appraiser. [K.S.A. 79-1448]
2) After receiving the tax statement, the owner may file a "payment under protest" form with the county treasurer at the time the taxes are paid. If all the taxes are paid prior to December 20th, the protest can be made no later than December 20th (or by January 31st if the taxes are paid from an escrow account or by a tax service). [K.S.A. 79-2005]
Taxpayers can NOT appeal the notice of value AND pay the taxes under protest for the same property in the same tax year. [K.S.A. 79-2005(b)]
Example: To calculate the property tax on personal property with an appraised value of $5,000:
Appraised Value 5,000 x Assessment Rate *30% = Assessed Value 1,500 x Mill Levy 126.635 / 1000 = Property Tax $189.95.
* 30% is the assessment rate for property in the "motor vehicle" or "other" subclass of personal property.
** 126.635 is the 2001 Manhattan city mill levy. Contact the county clerk in the county where the property is located for the correct mill levy to use.
Taxes for motor vehicles that are registered with a tag weight of 12,000 pounds or less and taxes for Kansas RV titled recreational vehicles, are due in full at time of registration or renewal. [K.S.A. 79-5107, 5119]
Whenever the aggregate amount of tax owed for tangible personal property by any taxpayer is less than $5, the tax is cancelled and no personal property tax statement is issued. This applies only to the tax amount due, not the value of the personal property. [K.S.A. 79-344]
Generally fences are exempt from zoning regulations and therefore do not require a permit for construction. The only possible exception to this rule would be if the fence would create a vision obstruction at a street intersection. Check with the County Zoning Officer (785) 537-6332 if there is a possible concern in this regard.
1. the property owner2. the property's legal description or3. the property's address
An even more accurate method of determining zoning of a property is to come to the Planning & Development office. This way staff can locate the property on the computer mapping system and also answer any question you may have about the zoning.
The PUD process has two steps: the Preliminary Development Plan and the Final Development Plan. The Planning Board reviews the application for approval of the Preliminary Development Plan, holds a public hearing, then sends its recommendations on to the BOCC for action. Upon approval of the application, within seven days the owner records a statement with the Register of Deeds. The owner submits a Final Development Plan to the RCPB before a building permit is issued. This final plan must be in substantial compliance with the Preliminary Development Plan.