Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders delivers his 2008 State of the County Address.
Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders delivers his 2009 State of the County Address.
Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders delivers his 2011 State of the County Address.
Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders takes the oath of office as he and the County Legislators embark on new terms.
Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders delivers his 2012 State of the County Address.
"Today, we renew our promise to leave a strong Jackson County for the next generation."
Historical accuracy guided every decision made during the multi-phased restoration of the Truman Courthouse on Independence Square—right down to the date and hour chosen for the rededication ceremony: 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 7, 2013.
Jackson County honors "the last of the original County Legislator" and former-Kansas City Chief great, Fred Arbanas. He will be stepping down at the end of year after serving on the County Legislature since it was formed in 1973.
Reflecting on all the changes he's seen since becoming a County Legislator, Fred Arbanas looks out a clubhouse window at the Fred Arbanas Golf Course: "That was just an empty field out there." Parks expansion is but one change he helped make possible.
A love of movie westerns prompted Fred Arbanas to choose the Kansas City Chiefs over the St. Louis Cardinals after both teams drafted him. The rest is history as he went on to play in some of football's most historical games, including Super Bowl I.
Jackson County salutes all veterans with a high-flying tribute that includes flights aboard a vintage World War II bomber. General Eisenhower granddaughter reflects on the 70th anniversary of D-Day invasion "Ike" lead.
Approximately 500,000 fans line parade route and attend victory rally for the World Series champion Kansas City Royals. Blue and white confetti rains down over the city as we "party like it's 2015" as team wins first title since 1985.
Jackson County's "Revive '85" Pep Rally features seven former Royals and attracts more than 1,200 fans to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the 1985 championship -- and to get fans fired as the 2015 Royals begin the quest to get back to the World Series.
Jackson County Legislator Crystal Williams credits annual screenings with detecting her breast cancer in Stage 1, and she urges others to be tested as the county, in partnership with Kansas City, holds a Breast Cancer Solidarity Walk.
Jackson County and the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority have announced a cooperative agreement today that will provide the financing necessary for the future acquisition of the 17.7 miles of the Rock Island Corridor from Union Pacific Railroad.
The first Core4 Career Expo was a big success. Jackson County was among four local governments to participate in introducing nearly 2,400 area students to career opportunities in public service, ranging from fire fighting to water service.
T'is the season to wear red, gold and white! The Jackson County Courthouse in downtown Kansas City is decked out in the Chiefs' colors as the county — home of the Chiefs Kingdom — eagerly anticipates the kickoff to the 2016 NFL season.
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The compassion and leadership of Correction’s Lieutenant Jeremiah Schroeder helped relieve a little emotional anguish for the family of a terminally ill inmate.
Working with the Mid-America Regional Council, Information Technology Projects Coordinator Steve Sunarjo helped to bring together people from seven local governments for a common goal.
Santa made a special appearance at the Jackson County Detention Center Thursday afternoon to hand out gifts to children who were visiting their incarcerated family members.
Those County Associates who are feeling healthier these days owe a debt of gratitude to Wellness Coordinator Jill Miller. Jill is the mastermind behind the Living Smarter Wellness Programs.
Construction on the Rock Island Shared Use Path is expected to begin within the next four weeks following the awarding of the contract to Radmacher Brothers Excavating of Pleasant Hill.
Christina Drews with the Assessment Department was named September 2017.
The Jackson County Department of Corrections has a new Master Corrections Officer in Jason Hayes. Hayes was presented with the honor during the December 4, 2017, Legislative meeting.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. announced December 1, that Joe Piccinini has resigned as Director of the Department of Corrections.
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Nearly 300 attendees gathered for the 2017 Missouri Regional Opioid Summit – Kansas City Region at the Kansas City Regional Police Academy on Thursday.
The 2nd Annual Frank White, Jr., Invitational Golf Tournament raised $18,000 making it possible for Jackson County to donate $9,000 each to the Veterans Community Project and Sleepyhead Beds.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued a veto of Ordinance 5038, his second veto in less than a week.
The Rock Island Corridor has been selected as a Green Infrastructure Playbook project by MARC and is receiving free technical assistance from a consultant team that includes BNIM, Biohabitats, BikeWalkKC and Parson and Associates.
A group of bikers and hikers had perfect weather as they got their first chance to experience the new Little Blue Trace Trail Extension Thursday morning.
Jackson County COMBAT and its numerous partner agencies gathered to celebrate COMBAT heroes that are creating HOPE by taking ACTION to make a CHANGE in our community.
What started as a sketch on Earnest Jones’ dinner table has now become the 10,000 square foot Fleming Park Operations Center (FPOC).
Warm, sunny weather was a great way to kick off the fall season and the biannual Jackson County COMBAT Community picnic in Raytown’s Colman-Livengood Park on Saturday.
In addition to the new bike share station at Longview Trail, approximately one mile of the trail’s surface at the south end of the trail around O’Donnell Park has been repaved.
The 2017 Delinquent Land Tax Foreclosure Sale concluded August 26 and the results were very encouraging.
A nearly 450-page facility condition assessment report of the Jackson County Department of Corrections Complex concludes that Jackson County should pursue a new corrections facility to serve the community.
Jackson County COMBAT and County Executive Frank White, Jr. welcomed neighbors, volunteers and The Kansas City Police Department out to Oak Park neighborhood for the final cleanup and prescription drug take back of the year.
A group of nearly 100 volunteers help to fulfill the spiritual needs of the inmates at the Jackson County Detention Center each year. Almost half of them gathered Saturday at the center for their annual Refresher Training session.
Jackson County, in partnership with BikeWalkKC, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the installation of the first bike share station in Eastern Jackson County.
Jackson County, in partnership with BikeWalkKC, will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for the installation of the first bike share station in Eastern Jackson County. Media are encouraged to attend the expansion of this community collaboration.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr., stressed the importance of learning the basics while talking to a group of 125 incoming freshmen students at Cristo Rey Kansas City.
Strong storms and heavy rain Saturday night have forced the closure of roads and recreation areas in Jackson County. Residents are encouraged to avoid these areas for their safety.
Heavy rain Wednesday evening that lasted into the overnight hours has caused flooding in areas of Jackson County. The dangers associated with flood waters have prompted the closure of roads, beaches and sections along trails to keep citizens safe.
Memories of playing youth sports and later mentoring youth were inspirations for JT Daniels’ latest work, the Raised Royal Mural gracing the bridge west of the Truman Sports Complex off of Stadium Drive.
Due to our continuing efforts to ensure that Jackson County Parks + Rec’s facilities and events remain some of the best and most affordable in the Country, we are sorry to say that we will not be hosting our 4th of July event in 2017.
Jackson County now has a new spokesperson. Marshanna Hester brings her impressive communications background to the County as Public Information Officer starting June 12.
If you love beaches, boating and biking, it’s a great time to get out and enjoy your Jackson County Parks.
The Rock Island Rail Corridor Authority of Jackson County was presented with the Graves/Hale Preservation Award for their work preserving and re-using the historic Rock Island Railroad Corridor.
Many of Kansas City’s leading health-care institutions are joining together to form the UMKC Health Sciences District. The newly created district combines unique expertise and services to spur research and community outreach.
Five members of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department were recently recognized for their exemplary service.
Check out MLB's new promo featuring the legendary Buck O'Neil. This Monday, April 10, the Royals return to Kauffman Stadium. Jackson County associates and the community are #RaisedRoyal
(KANSAS CITY, MO) – Jackson County real property owners will begin receiving their 2017 real property Reassessment Notices beginning this week. The notices will be mailed to property owners over a period of approximately one week.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. issued an Executive Order appointing the first board of directors of the Jackson County’s Community Children’s Services Fund.
On March 2, the Jackson County Drug Task Force was recognized as the recipient of the 2016 Outstanding Cooperative Effort Award. This award recognizes multi-agency cooperation and coordination among Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
Teesha Miller will be taking on the position of director of the county’s new Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.
During Black History Month, Jackson County is showcasing posters from the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of African American History and Culture inside the first-floor lobby of courthouse in downtown Kansas City.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr., offers his congratulations to Deron Cherry on his latest appointment to the Jackson County Sports Authority.
There were lots of smiles and more than a few tears shed when Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr., surprised two deserving Kansas City families who have endured life challenges with new homes at the Ivanhoe Community Center in Kansas City.
Jackon County Executive Frank White, Jr. delivered the 2017 State of the County Address, emphasizing, "I believe in the people of Jackson County. We are living and working each day to make our community an even better place to live."
Prescription drug addiction and fatal overdoses have become a public health crisis. Jackson County has now joined with St. Louis County and other local governments from Missouri to create a program to monitor prescription drugs in their jurisdictions.
Crystal Williams is proud of what Jackson County achieved during her tenure as the first-ever County Legislative Chairwoman, including the approval of a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program and new Children's Services Fund.
Announcing, "2017, here we go," Scott Burnett assumes the duties of Jackson County Legislative Chairman for the third time. He is in his fifth term as the 1st District County Legislator.
Jackson County Parks + Rec Foreman Scott Hatcher was selected as November 2018 Associate of the Month for his long service and extraordinary efforts to aid a patron in medical distress.
Jackson County held a ceremony and reception for graduates of the 126th Corrections Officer Academy on October 5, 2018.
Jackson County Executive Frank White Jr. declares April 19, 2019 as "George Toma Day" in Jackson County to honor the legendary retired greens keeper of the Truman Sports Complex.
Read about the progress made by Jackson County government in 2018, from upgrades at the jail to new attractions at the parks, and the steps taken to better serve the community.
Jackson County celebrated the graduation of the 128th Corrections Academy Friday March 15 at the downtown Jackson County Courthouse. The group of 24 marked the largest graduating class the Corrections Academy has ever had.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. and 16th Circuit Court Presiding Judge David M. Byrn announced the downtown courthouse will be closed until February 19.
The Rock Island Rail Corridor Trail is set to open late spring, in large part, to the hard work of Project Coordinator Matt Davis.
The Missouri Department of Revenue is responsible for licensing vehicles. But we got answers to some of your more frequent questions, including questions about personal property taxes and how they related to obtaining license plates.
Need a copy of your county tax receipts for your records? You can get copies of your receipts through the same online system that can be used to pay your taxes.
Get all the information you need about obtaining a marriage license, from required ID's to the fees. Also, obtain a copy of your marriage license.
Under the leadership of County Executive Frank White, Jr., and the County Legislature, great strides have been made toward improving conditions at the Jackson County Detention Center.
County ordinance violations are adjudicated in Jackson County Municipal Court, which is held the first and third Wednesday of every month.
Each year approximately 20,000 people are randomly selected for jury duty in Jackson County. If you've been summoned for jury duty you need to visit the 16th Circuit Court website.
County Executive Frank White, Jr. appoints three-person advisory committee to review applications to serve on the first-ever board for the Children's Services Fund. The board will oversee the distribution of funding for social service programs for youths.
Jackson County and Kansas City Area Transportation Authority giving seniors from KC an early Christmas gift in the form of a ride through the county's popular Christmas In The Park spectacular.
Jackson County offices, including the courthouses in Kansas City and Independence, to be closed Dec. 26 and Jan. 2.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr., will be providing meals to those in need along with other volunteers and church members at the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church starting at 11:00 a.m. on Dec. 25.
Jackson County offices and Courthouses to be closed Nov. 24 – 25 in observance of Thanksgiving
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr., will welcome special guest 2016 Olympic Silver Medalist Zach Garrett to light up Independence Square, using his world-class archery skills, during a special ceremony starting at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 18
Jackson County COMBAT to Host Event in Vineyard NeighborhoodNeighborhood Event Will Include Free Gun Locks
The annual festival at one of Jackson County's most popular historic sites is this weekend. A family event, the festival features period music and children's games.
Jackson County Parks + Rec takes visitors to Fort Osage back in time for the Grand Festival of Chez les Canses on Saturday, Sept. 24.
A modern-day earthquake along the New Madrid fault line in southeast Missouri could leave major population centers like Nashville and St. Louis devastated. Jackson County will participate in a drill simulating the response to such a disaster.
Jackson County COMBAT is inviting members of the community to the grand opening of Hope Hangout, located on the grounds of Bethel Family Workshop Center in Kansas City. The center will serve as a safe place for youth to go after school and on weekends.
The Historic Truman Courthouse in Independence, Mo., will host a naturalization ceremony at 1:00 p.m. on Aug. 11.
Frank White, Jr. will honor his former Royals teammate "Famous" Amos Otis. The two played together for multiple playoff contenders, including the 1980 squad that reached the World Series. During that '80 Fall Classic, Otis batted 478 with three home runs.
Celebrate 100 years of Missouri’s rich agriculture heritage when Jackson County Parks + Rec presents AN AGRICULTURAL CENTURY (1855-1955): A Celebration of American Farming, Saturday, August 27, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at Missouri Town 1855.
Jackson County COMBAT is hosting its fourth neighborhood event Friday, July 29 in Independence, at Full Gospel Assembly near U.S. Highway 24 and S. Sterling Avenue. The event will include a Prescription Drug Take Back program and free gun locks.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. – himself a World Series champ in 1985 – has been invited to the White House as President Obama celebrates the 2015 Kansas City Royals' world championship.
Jackson County and the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority are providing a group of kids from the Guadalupe Center a "day at the beach," allowing them to enjoy county park activities they might not be able to otherwise.
Jackson County Parks +Rec will play to the USA Elite Select 12 and Under World Fast Pitch Championships at Adair Park July 10-15.
Nilda Serrano becomes the first female and first Hispanic to be promoted to captain in the Corrections Department.
Discover why Jackson County's Fourth of July Celebration has fast become one of the most popular Independence Day events in the Kansas City metropolitan region.
Jackson County COMBAT is hosting its third neighborhood event Friday, June 17 in Blue Springs, just off I-70 at the corner of NW Woods Chapel Road and NW Kingsridge Drive. Event will include free gun locks.
Medallion, created by renowned sculptor, will be placed at the Truman Courthouse to serve as a marker indicating that Independence Square was the jumping off point for three iconic trails as pioneers made their way west to Oregon, California and Santa Fe.
Jackson County offering a great way to kick off summer 2016 by step back in time at Missouri Town 1855 for Children's Day and National Trials Day on Saturday, June 4, 2016.
Jackson County Parks +Rec will again be hosting great family movies under the stars and on the sand at Longview Lake Beach.
Jackson County Park + Rec beaches open May 28.
Jackson County COMBAT is hosting this year’s second neighborhood event in Kansas City with a new twist. The event features Prescription Drug Take Back, neighborhood clean-up efforts and distribution of free gun locks.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued the following statement after the Legislature’s veto overrides of ordinances 5061, 5062 and 5052.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has signed into law Ordinance 5052, the 2018 budget, with limited line-item vetoes.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued a veto of Ordinance 5061, his third veto this year.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Jail Task Force, formed by Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr., will hold its first meeting today. Media is invited to attend.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Children who visit their families at the Jackson County Detention Center (JCDC) this holiday season will receive a surprise gift, thanks to Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley and Jackson County.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued the following statement after the Legislature’s 6-3 vote to approve its amended budget.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued the following statement after receiving a letter late this afternoon from Prosecuting Attorney Jean Peters Baker that she is quitting the Jail Task Force.
On November 22, a corrections officer at the Jackson County Detention Center was assaulted by a municipal inmate who was being housed at the Regional Correctional Center. The corrections officer was taken to a local hospital to be treated for injuries.
As a part of ongoing efforts to improve the Jackson County Detention Center, Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. today announced members of a Jail Task Force and its mission at the Jackson County Courthouse in downtown Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. will hold a press conference to announce a Jail Task Force and explain its mission concerning the current and future of the Jackson County Detention Center. Media is invited to attend.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The growing opioid epidemic will be the topic of discussion on Thursday, Nov. 9 at an event that brings together local authorities with state entities and officials.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – With the holidays fast approaching, the magic of the season comes to life for thousands at Jackson County Parks + Rec’s 21st Annual Christmas in the Sky and 30th Annual Christmas in the Park holiday events.
By popular demand, “Trip the Light Fantastic” returns to Jackson County. Bicycle enthusiasts will enjoy a magical 4.5-mile ride up to and through the more than 175 lighted, animated displays comprising Jackson County’s 30th Annual Christmas in the Park.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. is pleased to support two community organizations doing extraordinary work to improve the quality of life of children and veterans.
Jackson County COMBAT will recognize four outstanding community advocates during its awards ceremony and dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at Pennway Place at Studio Dan Meiners, located at 2500 W. Pennway in Kansas City, Missouri.
Jackson County Parks + Rec, in partnership with the City of Kansas City, Missouri, is excited to celebrate the grand opening of the Little Blue Trace Trail Extension with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County is celebrating the award of two Bureau of Justice Assistance grants to further the work of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP). St. Louis County received notice of the awards last week.
Jackson County, Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA), the City of Kansas City & the American Cancer Society will be kicking off the Pink Ribbon Road Show with a solidarity walk at 11 a.m., Monday, Oct. 2, in front of the downtown courthouse.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has released the following statement after the announcement that four inmates have been charged in relation to the assault of a corrections officer.
Usher in the fall season by spending the day with your family at Jackson County Parks + Rec’s 42nd Annual Fall Festival of Arts, Crafts and Music, at Missouri Town 1855, October 7 and 8.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Join Jackson County COMBAT in celebrating recovery and drug and violence prevention at COMBAT's Community Picnic.
Jackson County is proud to announce the newest Associate to its Executive Team. Diana Turner will serve as Deputy Director of the Jackson County Department of Corrections.
For the third time in less than month, severe storms have caused major flooding in Jackson County.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued the following statement following the executive order by Governor Greitens to establish a statewide Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP).
Celebrate Independence Day the “old fashioned way” when Jackson County Parks + Rec’s Missouri Town 1855 presents its Annual Independence Day Celebration, Tuesday, July 4, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm.
Jackson County Parks + Rec and Bass Pro Shops, as a part of a nationwide observance, will present National Marina Day at Lake Jacomo Marina, Saturday, June 10th, from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Admission is free.
Bring your lawn chairs and picnic basket for a day of fun in the sun at Blue Springs Lake and Longview Lake Beaches! Both beaches feature sand volleyball courts, restroom and shower facilities, and lifeguard-protected designated swimming areas.
Jackson County Parks + Rec invites you to spend Armed Forces Day celebrating 200 years of the American soldier when it presents an “American Military Timeline” at Fort Osage National Historic Landmark, Saturday, May 20 and Sunday, May 21.
The Annual CHILDREN’S DAY and SHEEP SHEARING events at Missouri Town 1855 have merged this year to offer one spectacular day of fun, games and activities guaranteed to bring smiles to kids of all ages, Saturday, May 6, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm.
Teesha Miller named to lead county program
Leon’s Thriftway Owner to Be Recognized for Community Service
Ten KC-Area Residents Indicted for Meth Conspiracy
County offices and courthouses will be closed in observance of the holiday.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr., and members of his staff will volunteer Tuesday, Jan. 31 to serve lunch to the hungry at the Kansas City Community Kitchen.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. appoints Jason Klumb of Kansas City, Mo., and Gerald (Gerry) Winship of Lee’s Summit, Mo., to serve on the Jackson County Board of Equalization.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. extends sympathy to the family, friends and fans of Yordano Ventura.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr., and his counterpart from Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, make freely wager on Chiefs-Steelers' AFC playoff game to benefit local food banks.
Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr., will deliver hundreds of gifts donated by County associates to JobOne in Grandview, MO on Friday, Jan. 13 starting at 9:30 a.m.
Jackson County offices, including the courthouses in Kansas City and Independence, will be closed Monday, Jan. 16, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
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Joe Don Brave, the featured artist for the Native American Art Exhibition, will be at Fort Osage tomorrow, July 14 from 9am – 12pm. This would be a great opportunity for interviews if you are covering the event for newscasts.
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Jackson County Parks + Rec is ready to kick-off the unofficial start of summer with a grand opening celebration of the Rowdy Ribbit’s Water Park – the only inflatable water park in the region.
Due to the withdrawal by the incumbent candidate for the office of County Legislature - 3rd District, the Clerk of the County Legislature will re-opencandidate filing for this office only, for the August Primary Election.
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Wear your hiking or walking shoes and spend time on the bluffs and river bottoms of the Missouri River during a nature walk surrounding the Fort Osage National Historic Landmark. The event is hosted by Jackson County Parks + Rec.
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Take a journey back in time to experience what many historians consider the second American Revolution during the 28th Annual War of 1812 Symposium, hosted by Jackson County Parks + Rec at the Fort Osage National Historic Landmark.
Jackson County Frank White, Jr. announced that two women have been appointed to serve as directors of two County departments. Diana Turner will assume the permanent role of Director of Corrections and Whitney Miller will serve as Director of Collection.
Jackson County announces the groundbreaking ceremony for the first phase of the Rock Island Rail Corridor Shared Use Path.
The Fort Osage National Historic Landmark and Education Center will re-open to the public tomorrow, February 27 under normal operating hours of 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday.
As part of an ongoing investigation, a coordinated and joint search operation occurred this morning at the Jackson County Detention Center (JCDC).
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County is seeking the community’s input as it looks to develop new recreational amenities and make critical improvements to existing facilities within its Parks + Rec System.
As part of an ongoing investigation, a coordinated and joint search operation is underway this morning at the Jackson County Detention Center (JCDC) in support of an effort to maintain the safety and security of inmates, staff and the community.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued the following statement in response to the Legislature’s filing of a lawsuit regarding COMBAT.
Despite the Jackson County Legislature’s FY2018 budget calling for the elimination of several positions, Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has taken the necessary steps to ensure no one lost their job at the start of the new year.
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The Collection Department collects tax revenue not just for Jackson County government, but for more than 70 other jurisdictions, including cities and school districts. Only about 7 cents of every dollar collected is for the county's General Fund.
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So how are the tax dollars that Jackson County collections divvied up? You can get a personalized breakdown of just how the taxes the county collected from you are dispersed.
The Assessment Department is tasked with assessing the value of all real estate and personal property in Jackson County -- a task that involves evaluating more than 600,000 accounts in total.