Wednesday, September 17, 2014
     
Minimize Duties and Functions of the Treasurer's Office
The Treasurer’s Office is located on the main floor of the Thomas County Court House at 300 N Court Ave. The County Treasurer's Office is responsible for the tax billing and distributions to all County entities. The Treasurer’s Office also deals with the registration, tagging & titling of motor vehicle for the Kansas Department of Revenue.
 

The Treasurer's Office is always closed the last working day of the year to the public in order to complete end of year procedures and auditing. 


Links & Forms
Information Regarding the Filing of Taxes Under Protest and Related Forms
http://www.kansastreasurers.org/property/protests.htm
http://www.officialpayments.com
http://www.kansastreasurers.org
Kansas State Treasurer
http://www.ksrevenue.org

Printable Online Forms (Bill of Sale, Release of Lien, etc.)
http://www.ksrevenue.org/forms-dmv.html

Online Renewals
http://www.kswebtags.org

Employment Application
Thomas County Treasurer Employment Application


 

 

County Treasurer
Layn Bruggeman
 
Hours
8am - 4pm, Monday - Friday
 
Contact Information
 
Physical Address:
300 N Court Avenue
Colby, KS 67701
 
Mailing Address:
PO Box 383
Colby, KS 67701
 
Phone: (785) 460-4520

Fax: (785) 460-4524 

For More Information...
Driver's Licenses

Hours:
7am - 5:45pm, Tuesday - Friday

Physical Address:
990 South Range
Suite #3
Colby, KS 67701

Phone: (785) 296-6834



Tax Calendar
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January 1 -
All real and personal property is assessed for tax value.
 
February 15 -
Unpaid personal property tax warrants are turned over to County Sheriff.
 
March 1 -
Value notices are mailed to all owners of real property unless an extension has been granted.
 
May 1 -
Value notices are mailed to all owners of personal property unless an extension has been granted.
 
May 10 -
Second half of property taxes are due without penalty.
 
June 15 -
Appraiser certifies all real and personal property to County Clerk.
 
July 15 -
County Clerk certifies all real and personal values to state.
 
August 1 -
Unpaid real estate taxes are published in the newspaper.
 
August 15 -
Unpaid second half personal tax warrants are turned over to County Sheriff.
 
August 25 -
All taxing jurisdictions submit annual budget to County Clerk.
 
First Tuesday of September -
Unpaid real estate tax properties are sold to the county.
 
October 31 -
Unpaid personal property tax warrants are published in the newspaper
and filed as judgment liens in the county's district court.
 
November 1 -
County Clerk certifies taxes to be collected to County Treasurer.
 
November 1 - December 15 -
County Treasurer mails tax statements to all property owners. No second half reminders are sent.
 
December 20 -

Full or first half property taxes are due without penalty.