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The purpose of a county is for local administration of an area beneath the state level, i.e federal, state, county, and municipal governments. In Kansas, there are a total of 105 counties, each with their own county seat. This county seat is the town where the governing body of the county resides. This body is known as the County Legislature which is named after the county. 

The County Legislature is responsible for enacting the ordinances, and laws relating only to the county.  The county Sheriff is responsible for enforcing the laws of that county and the laws of the state.

Below you will find a listing of all 105 counties in the state of Kansas.  By clicking on the county name you will be taken to a page that lists important facts about that county and other information that you will find useful and informative. 

  1. Kansas Facts: Allen County Facts
  2. Kansas Facts: Anderson County Facts
  3. Kansas Facts: Atchison County Facts
  4. Kansas Facts: Barber County Facts
  5. Kansas Facts: Barton County Facts
  6. Kansas Facts: Bourbon County Facts
  7. Kansas Facts: Brown County Facts 
  8. Kansas Facts: Butler County Facts 
  9. Kansas Facts: Chase County Facts 
  10. Kansas Facts: Chautauqua County Facts
  11. Kansas Facts: Cherokee County Facts
  12. Kansas Facts: Cheyenne County Facts
  13. Kansas Facts: Clark County Facts
  14. Kansas Facts: Clay County Facts  
  15. Kansas Facts: Cloud County Facts
  16. Kansas Facts: Coffey County Facts 
  17. Kansas Facts: Comanche County Facts
  18. Kansas Facts: Cowley County Facts 
  19. Kansas Facts: Crawford County Facts
  20. Kansas Facts: Decatur County Facts
  21. Kansas Facts: Dickinson County Facts
  22. Kansas Facts: Doniphan County Facts
  23. Kansas Facts: Douglas County Facts 
  24. Kansas Facts: Edwards County Facts
  25. Kansas Facts: Elk County Facts    
  26. Kansas Facts: Ellis County Facts    
  27. Kansas Facts: Ellsworth County Facts 
  28. Kansas Facts: Finney County Facts 
  29. Kansas Facts: Ford County Facts  
  30. Kansas Facts: Franklin County Facts 
  31. Kansas Facts: Geary County Facts  
  32. Kansas Facts: Gove County Facts
  33. Kansas Facts: Graham County Facts 
  34. Kansas Facts: Grant County Facts   
  35. Kansas Facts: Gray County Facts     
  36. Kansas Facts: Greeley County Facts 
  37. Kansas Facts: Greenwood County Facts 
  38. Kansas Facts: Hamilton County Facts
  39. Kansas Facts: Harper County Facts
  40. Kansas Facts: Harvey County Facts 
  41. Kansas Facts: Haskell County Facts  
  42. Kansas Facts: Hodgeman County Facts 
  43. Kansas Facts: Jackson County Facts 
  44. Kansas Facts: Jefferson County Facts
  45. Kansas Facts: Jewell County Facts
  46. Kansas Facts: Johnson County Facts
  47. Kansas Facts: Kearny County Facts
  48. Kansas Facts: Kingman County Facts
  49. Kansas Facts: Kiowa County Facts
  50. Kansas Facts: Labette County Facts
  51. Kansas Facts: Lane County Facts  
  52. Kansas Facts: Leavenworth County Facts
  53. Kansas Facts: Lincoln County Facts
  54. Kansas Facts: Linn County Facts  
  55. Kansas Facts: Logan County Facts
  56. Kansas Facts: Lyon County Facts    
  57. Kansas Facts: Marion County Facts
  58. Kansas Facts: Marshall County Facts
  59. Kansas Facts: McPherson County Facts
  60. Kansas Facts: Meade County Facts
  61. Kansas Facts: Miami County Facts   
  62. Kansas Facts: Mitchell County Facts
  63. Kansas Facts: Montgomery County Facts
  64. Kansas Facts: Morris County Facts       
  65. Kansas Facts: Morton County Facts
  66. Kansas Facts: Nemaha County Facts
  67. Kansas Facts: Neosho County Facts
  68. Kansas Facts: Ness County Facts        
  69. Kansas Facts: Norton County Facts
  70. Kansas Facts: Osage County Facts
  71. Kansas Facts: Osborne County Facts
  72. Kansas Facts: Ottawa County Facts
  73. Kansas Facts: Pawnee County Facts
  74. Kansas Facts: Philips County Facts
  75. Kansas Facts: Pottawatomie County Facts
  76. Kansas Facts: Pratt County Facts   
  77. Kansas Facts: Rawlins County Facts
  78. Kansas Facts: Reno County Facts    
  79. Kansas Facts: Republic County Facts
  80. Kansas Facts: Rice County Facts   
  81. Kansas Facts: Riley County Facts    
  82. Kansas Facts: Rooks County Facts     
  83. Kansas Facts: Rush County Facts     
  84. Kansas Facts: Russell County Facts
  85. Kansas Facts: Saline County Facts   
  86. Kansas Facts: Scott County Facts    
  87. Kansas Facts: Sedgwick County Facts
  88. Kansas Facts: Seward County Facts
  89. Kansas Facts: Shawnee County Facts (Home of the State Capital in Topeka, Kansas)
  90. Kansas Facts: Sheridan County Facts
  91. Kansas Facts: Sherman County Facts
  92. Kansas Facts: Smith County Facts     
  93. Kansas Facts: Stafford County Facts
  94. Kansas Facts: Stanton County Facts
  95. Kansas Facts: Stevens County Facts
  96. Kansas Facts: Sumner County Facts
  97. Kansas Facts: Thomas County Facts
  98. Kansas Facts: Trego County Facts
  99. Kansas Facts: Wabaunsee County Facts
  100. Kansas Facts: Wallace County Facts
  101. Kansas Facts: Washington County Facts
  102. Kansas Facts: Wichita County Facts
  103. Kansas Facts: Wilson County Facts
  104. Kansas Facts: Woodson County Facts
  105. Kansas Facts: Wyandotte County Facts