office of the Treasurer

Cheyenne County

The role of a county treasurer is to collect and account for county funds raised through property taxes and motor vehicles registration. The county treasurer’s office also administers and distributes vehicle registration for the county, among other responsibilities. etur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

 

INFORMATION

Renew online

To pay your property taxes online please follow this link https://www.kansas.gov/propertytax/.  You must have your tax statement to use the online service.

Announcement: 2290 Heavy Fuel use forms are due by Aug 31st. They can be processed online or by paper.  Contact the Treasurer’s Office to obtain paper copies. If you file online, you will be emailed a stamped copy that you can forward to the Treasurer’s Office to keep on file for your January / February renewals. If you file by mail, you’ll receive a stamped copy in the mail that also needs to be brought to the Treasurer’s Office or retained for renewals. 

Driver’s License

New driver’s licenses must be obtained through the Thomas County DMV at 990 S. Range, #3, Colby (785-462-3620).  The Cheyenne County Treasurer’s office offers limited driver’s license and ID card services.  The office can renew and replace Kansas driver’s licenses, process applicants with driver education slips, and renew, replace and issue new ID cards.

  • Concealed Carry Licenses

  • Commercial Driver’s Licenses (CDL)

  • Applicants with Registered Offender Status

These types of transactions must be handled in a full service station

iKan

The iKan website lists several criteria to be able to renew online, including:

  • Your license is within one year of expiration

  • You are a US Citizen

  • Your license is in a valid status

  • You have had a vision test in the last 12 months in Kansas

  • You do not have a Commercial driver’s license.

  • You are not a registered offender

  • You are between the ages of 21-50

  • You did not complete your last renewal online

Read more here: https://www.kansas.com/news/state/article220452050.html#storylink=cpy

VIN Inspections

The Sheriff’s Office will do vehicle inspections on Tue, Wed, and Thurs. from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.  If you can not come in during these hours please call to make an appointment. 785-332-8880

Vehicle Renewal

Bring to the County Treasurer:

  1. Signed Certificate of Origin (new vehicle) or signed title (used vehicle).  A lien release request is needed when a lien is on the title. 
  2. Sales Tax – Bill of sale with vehicle information from the seller of Kansas Retail Sales Tax Receipt.
  3. Millage – Odometer Reading
  4. Proof of Kansas Insurance
  5. Owner registration for the vehicle sold or trade-in
  6. If out of state, a VIN inspection from the Sheriff’s department is required.
  7. In a non-highway title, an inspection from the highway patrol is required.  Call 785-625-3518 for an appointment.

Register within 60 days of purchase to avoid penalties.

Trucks over 12,000 lbs & Trailers expire December 31st.  Enforcement date begins March 1st.  Renewal period is from January 2 – February 28.

EXPIRATION         LAST NAME
February……………………A
March……………………….B
April………………………..C  D
May……………………….E  F  G
June………………………..H  I
July………………………..J  K  L
August…………………..M  N  O
September………………P  Q  R
October……………………..S
November………………T  V  W
December……………..U  X  Y  Z

  • Dolores Jenik - Treasurer
  • PO Box 687
    212 E Washington Street
    St. Francis, KS 677566
  • (785) 332-8810
  • (785) 332-8816 fax
  • cntreasurer@cncoks.us

Drivers License Office Hours:
Tue-Fri 8:00am – 4:00pm CST

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