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COVID-19 Vaccine Update:As of 02/23/2021:* MCHD has received a total of 4,510 doses (first and second-doses, combined) of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine allocated from KDHE and community partners) * 16 first and second-dose clinics have been completed...
Covid-19 Vaccination Prioritization and Public Interest Survey
Miami County is moving to phase 2 of COVID-19 vaccinations. If you are eligible in Phase 2, please call 913-755-5185 beginning Jan. 25 to schedule an appt. Once all time slots are filled, the line will be switched off until more appts. become available....
UPDATE to current availability of Phase 2 COVID-19 vaccinations in Miami County. As a state and as a county, we are in Phase 2 of the Kansas Vaccine Phases. Miami County Health Department filled all 440 vaccine appointments on Monday, January 25, 2021. At this time, all appointment times have been filled. Due to all slots being filled, the COVID-19 vaccination phone line has been switched off until more vaccines are available. The public will be notified as soon as additional doses become available. Miami County Health Department plans to send out alerts once additional clinic times become available. If you would like to receive text or e-mail notifications from Miami County, complete our Notify Me subscription for all COVID-19 alerts. INFORMATION FOR THOSE WHO HAVE SCHEDULED APPOINTMENTS:Upon confirmation of your appointment with Miami County Health Department at the Miami County Health Department location only, you will need to complete the COVID-19 form at DispenseAssist.net. Complete the form on the website, print the form, and bring it with you to your appointment. Website Address is: https://dispenseassist.net/Covid.html* Filling out the form at DispenseAssist.net does not guarantee an appointment. You must confirm your appointment with the Health Department first. Find more information about the vaccine at kansasvaccine.gov
Miami County Health Department public release on September 2, 2020, in regards to COVID-19 in K-12 Schools: Public Health Guidance for Administrators.
We need your help and participation in this survey if you live and or work in Miami County, Kansas! Please click on the Public Survey link below for access to this brief online survey.A message from our County Administrator.We are living through an...
Resolution R20-07-002Miami County Board of County Commissioners, pursuant to the above authorities and findings, Miami County will be less restrictive than Executive Order No. 52 in the following respects:1. Use of masks and/or facial coverings will...
An update from the County Treasurer's office in regards to services as offices has reopened to the public.
A notice from the Miami County Treasurer, beginning Monday, June 8th, the Miami County Administration building will be opened to the public. The Treasurer’s Office will be implementing a new queuing system to efficiently and effectively serve residence...
Residents are encouraged to make safe decisions for themselves, their family and those they come in contact with. The COVID-19 threat will not disappear until there is a vaccine to eradicate it.The County Administration Building will be open to the...
Miami County encourages everyone to follow the guidance of CDC, federal, state and local health officials and private medical providers. This declaration is supplemental to and does not limit or modify any orders, directives, management or control of the...
May 5th, 2020 the Board of County Commissioners extended the State of Local Disaster Emergency declaration through May 27th, 2020.
Miami County, Kansas, Board of County Commissioners will adhere to Governor Kelly's plan "Ad Astra: A Plan to Reopen Kansas". A letter from Miami County Administrator Shane Krull addressing the county's position in reopening non-emergency offices in...
Miami County, Kansas, Board of County Commissioners will adhere to Governor Kelly's plan "Ad Astra: A Plan to Reopen Kansas". A letter from Miami County Administrator Shane Krull addressing the county's position in reopening non-emergency offices in Miami County, Kansas, to the public.
04.09.2020 a statement from the Miami County Treasurer regarding the continuation of services.
A notice from the Miami County Treasurer, beginning Monday, June 8th, the Miami County Administration building will be opened to the public. The Treasurer’s Office will be implementing a new queuing system to efficiently and effectively serve residence with their transactions. Customers will be able to use this system during normal office hours beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Monday to virtually get in line. This includes motor vehicle, driver’s license and real estate/personal property tax transactions. Please read click on this link for detailed instructions on how to get in line and what the protocol will be for customers being in the office.
04.04.2020 A statement from the Miami County Health Department regarding two (2) Cases of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in Miami County, Kansas
04.01.2020 the Board of County Commissioners extended the State of Local Disaster Emergency declaration through April 15, 2020.
A message from the Miami County Treasurer regarding the practice and procedures for continued service to citizens.
Prepare Metro KC is a helpful resource of COVID-19 information.
On 03.23.2020 the Local Health Officer issued an Emergency Public Health Order issuing a Stay at Home Order for Miami County, Kansas until April 23, 2020.
03.23.2020 The Board of County Commissioners extended the State of Local Emergency declaration for 30 days.
03.19.2020 A statement from the Miami County Appraiser regarding services.
A statement from the Miami County Treasurer regarding tax and motor vehicle services.
03.19.2020 In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Miami County buildings will be closed to the public through April 1, 2020.
03.18.2020 In response the COVID-19 pandemic the Miami County Commission has issued a State of Local Disaster Emergency for Miami County in effective through April 2, 2020.
A statement released from the Miami County Treasurer on 03.18.2020.
On 03/17/2020 Miami County Commission declare a State of Local Disaster Emergency for Miami County.
A response from Miami County regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Economic Development has a prepared a list of local resources for businesses and citizens regarding COVID-19 pandemic.