Neosho County Treasurer
Real Estate and Personal Property taxes are due by December 20, 2019. If you opt to pay taxes in two halves, the second half is due by May 11, 2020. Your statement will have two detachable stubs at the bottom, one for the first half payment and one for the second half payment. No second half statements are sent.
County Treasurer's Office
Address : 100 South Main Street, Room 101
P.O. Box 176, Erie, KS 66733
Phone : (620)-244-3800
Courthouse Phone : (800)-498-1008
Fax : (620)-244-3808
Office Hours: Mon. – Fri., 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
The Chanute Satellite Office is located in the Bank of Commerce South Drive-In. Office Hours: 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM Tuesday's only. Customers do not receive their tags or decals on Tuesday's. Paperwork is returned to Erie and mailed out to the customer the next day.
The County Treasurer is an agent for the State of Kansas for motor vehicle titles and tags. Neosho County does not provide drivers license service because there is a Kansas Highway Patrol station in our county in Chanute.
Lisa Slater - Deputy Treasurer
Marcia McCoy - Deputy Motor Vehicle Supervisor
Gabby Sands - Motor Vehicle/Tax Clerk
Becca Snyder - Motor Vehicle/Tax Clerk
Ashton Hughes - Motor Vehicle/Tax Clerk
The Neosho County Treasurer’s Office has an opening for a Motor Vehicle/Tax Clerk. Position will be responsible for registering motor vehicles, processing taxes, balancing corresponding cash drawers, preparing various correspondence, reports, receipts, numerous miscellaneous documents, phone and e-mail communications. Must possess computer literacy and excellent communication skills. Minimum of 1-year relevant work experience and high school diploma or GED required.
Starting pay is $11.59/After successful completion of probationary period pay is $12.20. To apply, come by the Treasurer’s Office at 100 S Main, Erie, Ks 66733 or obtain an application from the employment/resources tab on our website.
Position is open until filled.
Motor Vehicle Registration Renewal:
Most tags can be renewed on-line with a credit card or E-Check by visiting iKan or with a credit card by calling 785-296-3621. Vehicle must be currently registered in Kansas, you must have a Kansas Motor Vehicle Registration Notice that contains a Personal Identification Number (PIN), a current address on the renewal notice, and most important the vehicle is currently insured by a participating insurance company. There is a convenience fee for the use of this service. Click the link below to be directed to the iKan website.
Motor Vehicle Forms:
To download motor vehicle forms please visit the Kansas Department of Revenue website. These forms are Adobe Acrobat format and require Acrobat Reader 3.0 or above to open. Click the link below to be directed to the Kansas Department of Revenue website.
The Neosho County Treasurer's Office is open to the public. This does not include our Sub-Station, located in Chanute.
While in the courthouse lobby, the public needs to follow social distancing guidelines which require them to remain at least 6 feet away from others in the courthouse and they are encouraged to wear facemasks. If you are feeling ill or running a fever please stay home. The public is still encouraged to do business with county offices by mail, online, email or by telephone whenever possible to help keep everyone safe.
The above and following are subject to change.
We currently have limited services pertaining to Out-of-State, Non-Highway and Salvage/Rebuilt Salvage title work. We cannot complete these particular types of title work without the MVE-1 inspection provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol or their designees. Kansas Highway Patrol office’s and their designees are not open to the public for VIN inspections at this time.
We would like to remind you that you can renew your vehicles online at https://ikan.ks.gov/. There will be additional information necessary to do so. Please go to https://www.ksrevenue.org/dovonlineservices.html to read what all you may need or call the office at 620-244-3800. We do not process driver’s licenses at the Treasurer’s Office, there is a driver’s license office located in Chanute. We are working diligently to process mail and online registration renewals the same day that they are received.
You may also renew your vehicle registration by mail, please include a copy of your current insurance card.
You may pay real estate and personal property taxes, with check, cashier’s check or money order, by mail. If you have delinquent 2019 real estate taxes, 2019 personal property or any other tax years that are delinquent, please contact us for the total amount due. There has been no extension made to the deadline for 2019 second half Real Estate and Personal Property tax payments. The due date for the second half payment is May 11, 2020. We do not have the authority at our local level to make a change to this deadline. The due dates for Real Estate and Personal Property tax payments are set by state statute. We accept payments postmarked by May 11, 2020 as current and on time payments for 2019 second half tax payments.
Our mailing address is: PO Box 176, Erie, Ks 66733.
***Governor Laura Kelly signed Executive Order #20-12, extending deadlines for driver’s licenses and vehicle registration renewals and regulations during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Kansas Dept of Revenue Division of Vehicles shall extend vehicle registration renewal deadlines for state-based passenger vehicles, motorcycles, trucks and trailers. All driver’s license renewals and vehicle registrations extended by this Executive Order must be completed within 60 days of the expiration of Executive Order #20-12. Kansas residents who have purchased a new or used vehicle on or after January 1, 2020, and are operating with a valid sixty-day permit, may continue to use such temporary tag beyond the sixty-day period and the permit shall continue to authorize road use while this order is in effect. ***
Our office is here to assist in getting you what is necessary to keep you operating safely & securely. We will do our absolute best to accommodate you and your needs during this uncertain time.
Thank You, Sydney Ball, Neosho County Treasurer