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Neosho County Treasurer
Sydney Ball, Neosho County Treasurer
P.O. Box 176, 100 South Main Street, Room 101, Erie, KS 66733
Telephone: 620-244-3800 | Courthouse Telephone 800-498-1008 (in 620 area code only) or 620-431-5758 | Fax 620-244-3808
Office Hours: Mon. – Fri., 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

NEW OFFICE HOURS: 8 AM to 4 PM (Treasurer's office only)

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 Tuesdays. Paperwork is returned to Erie and Mailed to the customer.
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The County Treasurer's Office is responsible for:

Processing all motor vehicle registrations.
Accepting and processing payment of real estate and personal taxes.
Distributing monies to all the taxing entities in the County and State level.
Investing of Idle funds.

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.

Most tags can be renewed on-line with a credit card or E-Check by visiting the following website at 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), address on the renewal notice is current, and most important, the vehicle is currently insured by a participating insurance company. There is a convenience fee for the use of this service. To download motor vehicle forms please visit these forms are Adobe acrobat format and require Acrobat Reader 3.0 or above to open.

Real-estate and personal taxes are due by December 20 each year. If you Opt to pay taxes in half, the second half is due by May 10. No second half notice will be sent.


In accordance with K.S.A. Sect. 79-2303, Neosho County will publish a list of all properties bearing delinquent taxes.  This listing will be printed in the Chanute Tribune on August 17th, 24th & 31st.  The list will be revised at these intervals.  Properties with full payment received prior to the printing date will be removed from publication.  Remaining delinquencies will continue to be published.

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