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The Kansas Highway Patrol is the agency that performs VIN inspections in Kansas. Visit their website for information on locations and hours:
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In order to renew your tags, you need to bring current proof of insurance for each vehicle and your renewal notice from the State of Kansas. If you have lost or never received your renewal notice, you can reprint it here:
Unfortunately, our office is unable to give estimates on registering a newly purchased vehicle. You are welcome to bring your paperwork into our office and we can figure the cost for you. You can also use the Motor Tax Estimator to calculate property taxes on your vehicle here:
There are several ways you can pay your taxes. The easiest way is to pay online by going to either of these two websites, but be advised, that once the tax deadline has passed, you will not be able to pay online.
You can also drop off your tax payment in our drop box that is conveniently located in the alley behind our building. There is also a drop box in the lobby waiting area in front of our office.
You are also able to mail in your tax payments, we just ask that you please include the stub from your tax statements so it is easier for us to find in the system. If you would like a receipt, please check the box on the stub as well.
Lastly, you can come by our office during business hours to pay your taxes.
As long as it is before your renewal deadline, you can renew your tags online through the KS Webtags system. Please be advised that all of the following must be true for you to be able to renew your tags online:
If you meet all these requirements, please visit the website below to renew your tags online:
Since all titles are different, it is hard to say exactly what paperwork will be needed. Please feel free to bring in all your paperwork and we can advise you if there is any further paperwork needed.
We do accept debit/credit cards in our office. However, there is a 2.5% fee that is added to the total of the transaction. We also accept cash, checks, money orders, and cashier’s checks.
First half due date: December 20 (Send stub on left with payment)
Second half due date: May 10 (Send stub on right with payment)
*** If the due date falls on a weekend or holiday, the taxes are due the next business day. Payments must be received on or before the due date to avoid penalty. ***
-Real Estate: First half tax becomes delinquent if not paid by December 20. Interest accrues until tax is paid. If the total tax remains unpaid for three years the property being taxed becomes subject to a tax foreclosure sale by the County. The property then can be sold at public auction. Property owners of the property being sold at auction may not bid at the auctions.
-Personal Property: First half tax must be paid by December 20 or the tax becomes due in FULL. Interest accrues on the full amount if the first half is not paid by December 20. Any unpaid personal property taxes are sent to the Sheriff in January of the following year for collection. When using the payment in half option, if the second half payment is not received by May 10th of the following year, the second half uncollected personal property taxes are sent to the Sheriff within one month after the second half deadline of May 10th.Personal property includes: boats, campers, trailers, non-highway vehicles, oil, mobile homes, jet skis, 16/20M trucks and etc.
For your convenience, our office has two drop boxes. The first is in the alley on the South side of our building. The second is located in the lobby waiting area of our office. Both are checked daily.