Aerial maps, exemption tax,
personal and real property
valuations, plat books
Central purchasing, accounts
payable, maintains general
ledger for county
Property tax payments, County
Merchant's License, tax receipts
Road and bridge maintenance,
courthouse maintenance, budget
Planning and Zoning
Elections, voter registration, bids, liquor license,
auctioneer license, Fictitious Name application,
genealogy, county maps, MO sales tax ID
Prosecutes criminal cases,represents Johnson
County in all legal matters
Guardianship/conservator ship duties,
representative for decedents where no will was
Marriage license, deeds, legal descriptions,
income and sales tax liens, military discharge,
Receipting, disbursing and investing funds for
the county, records for grants and
reimbursements held by Johnson County
Emergency Services, disaster planning,
Employment policies, employee
applications, employee benefits,
job descriptions, personnel records
ROAD AND BRIDGE DEPT
County road repair, and bridge repair as
specified by County Commissioners.
JOHNSON COUNTY MO COURTS
See our contact details and location.
Application for Employment
County of Johnson
Current Job Openings
Road and Bridge Concerns Form
US House of Representatives
Secretary of State Website
MO House of Representatives
Voter Outreach Program
Missouri Association of Counties
Missouri Dept. of Conservation
Care Connection Serv. for Aging
Johnson Co. Community Health
Johnson County United Way
Mil. Airport Zoning Commission
JOCO Economic Development
Johnson Co. Water District Map
Alcohol License Info
Businesses selling alcohol within the city limits must first apply for a city liquor license. All businesses selling alcohol must apply for a state liquor license with the Missouri Division of Liquor Control. To be in compliance with state statutes, any business possessing a state license to sell liquor must also be granted a county liquor license prior to selling alcohol. County licenses and fees are based on the license type issued by the Missouri Division of Liquor Control. *Applications for county liquor license(s) are available in the County Clerk's office.
Liquor licenses expire annually on June 30. Renewal applications must be received by the first Friday of June prior to the June 30 expiration date to ensure a timely issuance of the new license. Any applicant with outstanding personal or real estate taxes due will be reported to state liquor control for their consideration on issuing state licenses.
Steps to applying for a county liquor license:
Questions regarding state liquor licenses may be directed to Division of Liquor Control at (816) 889-2574.
Auctioneer License Info
In order to obtain an auctioneer license in Johnson County, you must complete an application and pay the appropriate fee. We offer different length periods from ten days to one year.
The fee for the following periods is as follow:
The applicant has the option to come into the office and complete the application or have the application mailed to them. If the completed application is going to be mailed in, a Notary Public must notarize it. The Notary will require you to sign the application in their presence. Once the application is completed and received in the Clerk’s Office, it will be given to the County Commissioners for their approval. After the approval is given the license will be mailed to the applicant.
One can apply in the County Clerk's Office Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 am- 4:30 pm. If you would like an application mailed to you, contact the County Clerk's Office at (660) 747-6161.
To become a notary public in the State of Missouri, you must meet certain legal qualifications:
Upon meeting the above qualification, you will need to submit an application and $25.00 filing fee to the Secretary of State, Commission Division. Notary handbooks and applications may be picked up at the office of the Johnson County Clerk, Johnson County Courthouse, 300 N. Holden, Warrensburg, MO. To obtain a handbook by mail send a check for $3.50 for shipping to Johnson County Clerk, 300 N. Holden, Warrensburg, MO 64093.
Once you have completed your application and submitted it and the $25.00 fee to the Secretary of State’s office, the application will be processed. Upon approval from the Secretary of State you will receive a letter notifying you that your commission has been forwarded to the County Clerk’s office. You will need to obtain a $10,000 notary bond, which can be done through most insurance companies, and present it and a sample of your signature (a driver’s license is sufficient) to the County Clerk. You will take your notary oath and receive your commission at that time. There is a $6.00 filing fee with the County Clerk office to process the oath and forward it to the Secretary of State.
If you have any questions please contact the office of the County Clerk at (660) 747-6161