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Welcome to Pottawatomie County

Pottawatomie County is an expansive county of 551,692
acres or 862 square miles. The northern portion of the
county is largely agricultural while many southern areas
consist of existing and planned developments.

The county contains several cities and towns including:
Belvue, Blaine, Duluth, Emmett, Fostoria, Havensville,
Louisville, East Manhattan, Olsburg, Onaga, St George,
St Marys, Wamego, Westmoreland and Wheaton.

Pottawatomie County is a growing county, population of
22,302 (2012 Census), with a continued
expansion of new construction in he housing markets and business sectors.

The county is diversified in its businesses and industry and boasts an active Economic Development Program.
Pottawatomie County has a solid tax base and the 2nd
lowest mill levy in the state due in part to a County
government that believes in first-rate public services
balanced by fiscal responsibility. 

The county is home to several excellent school systems
including a High School nationally recognized for academics, two State Lakes and Tuttle Creek Reservoir.
   
          Scheduled Meetings:
  County Commission Meeting 7/21/14
  Planning Commission Meeting 7/10/14
   
 
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Current Information
Manhattan Area 2035: July Community Workshops
Manhattan Area 2035 is a community based effort involving Manhattan along with Pottawatomie and Riley counties. Pottawatomie Co. will host a community workshop Wed, July 16th, 6pm - 8pm at Green Valley Community Center, 3770 Green Valley Rd. Please see Press Release for more information on purpose, dates & times.
County Burn Policy Status
To check the current status of the Pottawatomie County burn ban Click Here.
John Scott Road Project
Click Here to see Project Map
Click Here for Project Summary Report
Marlatt/Junietta Extension Brochure
Complete Brochure: 2 page pdf - 1.14 MB
Page 1 - pdf - .5 MB
Page 2 - pdf - .7 MB (contains maps)
Road Information - Flint Rock Rd
Flint Rock Road is currently closed 1 3/8 miles south of the Louisville Rd intersection. The bridge at this location was damaged due to weather and is closed indefinitely at this time.