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Election Night Results from Livingston County, Missouri, for
the Primary Election August 2, 2022.
County Budget 2022 - The budget process went relatively smoothly for 2022. A major reason for this is that sales tax for the county was up a little over 8% for the year, approximately $250,00 more than in 2020. We are budgeting $3,472,253 in sales tax for 2022, which we hope is conservative at 97% of last year's total sales and use tax.
The overall budgeted expenditures for the year are $13,760,835.
1, 2021 - Livingston County, Missouri, previously adopted a use tax, which is currently in effect. A use tax is the
equivalent of a sales tax on purchases made from out-of-state vendors by in-state buyers and on certain taxable business
6, 2021, Election - See
Complete Election Results Here...
16 21 - THE EMERGENCY DECLARATION ESTABLISHING THE REQUIREMENT TO WEAR A FACE MASK IN LIVINGSTON COUNTY
EXPIRES AT 11:59 PM MARCH 16, 2021. Based upon The Livingston County Health
Center's calculation of positivity rate and other risk criteria,
we feel it is safe to end the mask declaration at this time.
09 2020 - The November 3, 2020, general election results are available for
viewing here. If you have questions, please contact the county clerk's office.
The clerk's office is open Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
clerk's office phone number is 660-646-8000, ext. 3. See
All 2020 Election News...
18 2020 - Livingston County Clerk Sherry Parks has provided the
4, 2020, Election Results here.
- Proposed Chillicothe Fire Protection District
19 2020 - Using a portion of the COVID-19 special allocation of federal funds being funneled through the State of Missouri to
Livingston County. Livingston County, together with the City of Chillicothe,
launched the recovery assistance grant program
- "Livingston County Cares Act". The program offers temporary financial relief to those small, local businesses impacted by the COVID-19 public health crisis.
30 2020 - Livingston County COVID-19 Executive Order Guidance
- PER EXECUTIVE ORDER FROM LIVINGSTON COUNTY HEALTH CENTER, CHILLICOTHE MAYOR THERESA KELLY AND PRESIDING COMMISSIONER ED DOUGLAS
- As of Monday, May 4th, 2020 the following applies: Livingston County and City of Chillicothe will now recognize the guidelines as set forth by Governor Michael Parson as the guidelines by which our businesses and organizations are to be permitted to operate. See
31 2020 - Livingston County Commission meetings are available on
Zoom for the duration of the 10-person limited gatherings due to COVID-19.
Anyone wanting to meet with the County Commission should contact the County Clerk to make an appointment.
03 18 2020 - The Livingston County Commission is requesting limited activity in the courthouse until further
notice due to the severity of the coronavirus. Commissioners are asking that residents with business in the courthouse try to conduct their matters by calling
660-646-8000. "We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation during this
time." After dialing 646-8000 to reach the courthouse, please use the following option to reach the office needed: court office, ext. 1; assessor, ext. 2; county
clerk, ext. 3; county commission, ext. 4; prosecutor, ext. 5; recorder of deeds, ext. 6; treasurer/collector, ext. 7; and public administrator, ext. 8.
29 2020 - Livingston County Recorder of Deeds Amy Baker urges county residents to be cautious of mail offers to provide copies of legal documents.
Property owners in the Livingston County area are continuing to receive letters from private companies offering a copy of their deed for an excessive
fee, but the company is not associated with any governmental
Census - The US Census is a Federal "count" that occurs every 10 years in the U.S., and it is a count that is important for not only our state but also for Livingston County.
Completing the Census is a civic duty. Article 1, Section II of the Constitution says that
everyone gets counted. Therefore to support the Constitution,
we need to participate. See