Wilson County is home to around 9,000 Kansans and stretches across 574 square miles in southeastern Kansas.  Created in 1855 within the Osage Reserve, the first white settlers began arriving in 1857.  It is named in honor of Col. Hiero T. Wilson (1806-1892), sutler, postmaster, and prominent citizen of Fort Scott, beginning in 1843. The county seat is located in Fredonia.

 

MISSION STATEMENT:

Our mission is to provide the infrastructure needed to serve the needs of our citizens, and to protect our environment and promote safety and well-being in order to build economic strength for now and future generations.

 

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COVID UPDATE:

COVID UPDATE 06 29 2022

COVID UPDATE 06222022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If your new to Wilson County and in need of Rural Water services or if you need the contact of a certain district. Please use the links below.

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https://krwa.net/ONLINE-RESOURCES/RWD-Maps/Wilson

 RURAL WATER ONLINE DIRECTORY

 

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Wilson County is now enrolled in the Code Red Weather Warning program, residents and businesses can add or update their contact information to ensure they will be included and notified when a severe weather notice is sent out - unlisted numbers, mobile number, TDD/TTY requirements can all be entered. Click on the links below to get signed up.

 

To sign up online go here:

For Mobile Alert App click below:

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