Morton County Public Index (Kansas)

Morton County Courts act as judicial bodies to resolve legal disputes, including civil and criminal cases in Morton County, Kansas. They may also provide a searchable public index of Morton County court records, including case information, trial outcomes, and any sentences, plea bargains, or settlements. Morton County public indexes allow searches by name or business name, by case number, or by court or case type, which can provide information on misdemeanors and felonies, traffic court violations, family court cases, divorce records, and appeal records. Many Courts provide online access to the Morton County public index.

Elkhart District Court Elkhart KS 1025 Morton Street 67950 620-697-2563

Elkhart Municipal Court Elkhart KS 433 Morton Street 67950 620-697-2239

Rolla Municipal Court Rolla KS 304 Washington Street 67954 620-593-4777

Morton County Town and City Halls provide municipal services to their area, which includes keeping a number of documents that are accessible to the public in Morton County, Kansas. Morton County public records, including vital documents, property records, and permit records, may be available through a public index database. Morton County public indexes can provide searchable databases for birth certificates, marriage licenses, divorce records, and death certificates, as well as property-related records like property tax assessments, property appraisals, and property owner information. These records can help conduct a Morton County background check or locate information about a person or business.

Elkhart City Hall Elkhart KS 433 Morton St 67950 620-697-2554

Rolla City Hall Rolla KS 304 Washington Street 67954 620-593-4777

Morton County Clerk Offices maintain public records for a county or local government, including vital records, property records, and permit records in Morton County, Kansas. Clerks may provide a public index to search their Morton County records, which can provide information on birth certificates, marriage licenses, divorce records, and death certificates. Morton County public indexes may also contain property tax assessments, real estate appraisal reports, property owner information, and other records related to property. Morton County Clerks may provide online access to their public index, which can be used for many forms of research.

Morton County Clerk Elkhart KS PO Box 1116 67950 620-697-2157