Beaver County

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Beaver County is named for the Beaver River which was named for the beavers in the area.


Created:  May 2, 1890

County Seat:

Beaver  1890 – present


County Courthouse – Beaver 


Location:  111 Second Street / Avenue E

Built:  1907 – 1908

Style:  Classical Revival

Architect:  George P Washburn & Sons of Ottawa

Contractor:  Elbert Clift and L M Larsen


Description: The building faces east and is a two story brown colored brick and concrete structure. The building is located on landscaped grounds in the center of Beaver. The center of the east front is slightly recessed front with a small brick portico. White colored cornices run above the second story windows and below the flat roof line. During construction, the superintendent was C S Woodworth. The building was remodeled in 1926 and completed in 1927. The architect was Butler Company of Oklahoma City and the contractor was S S Strong & Sons of Beaver.


Note: The architect, George P Washburn & Sons, designed courthouses in Anderson County, Atchison County, Butler CountyChautaugua County, Doniphan County, Franklin County, Harper County, Kingman County, Miami County, Pratt County and Woodson County.


Note: The courthouses in the Panhanhle area of the State were constructed or remodeled around 1926 in Beaver County, Cimarron County and Texas County.



N – Seward County, Kansas, Meade County, Kansas and Clark County. Kansas

E – Harper County and Ellis County

S – Lipscomb County, Texas and Ochiltree County, Texas

W – Texas County





County Courthouse – Beaver



















Commissioner Minutes

Photos taken 2010