First Half Tax deadline was extended to December 27, 2022. Tax payments post-marked, dropped-off in our drop box, paid online or in-person by this date are considered paid on time.
Real Estate Tax information can also be found on our county website tax parcel search. Payments can be mailed, placed in the drop box outside the courthouse, in person or online.
Our office is currently unable to provide Driver's License-related services until further notice. You may visit any Kansas County location for support, however, most still require appointments for services.
Our office does not provide commercial vehicle-related services - for locations in the state of Kansas that offer these services, visit the KS Dept of Revenue site.
We are open on a walk-in basis, no appointment is required except for high-volume motor vehicle transactions (refer to the motor vehicle page for details) but if an appointment works best for you, feel free to contact us and we will schedule a convenient time for you.
Our office is unable to accept debit or credit cards for motor vehicle transactions at this time. Tax transactions can be paid via debit or with credit card with an additional processing fee, however we cannot accept this information over the phone or via mail or email.
The County Treasurer's Office by state law is responsible for the tax billing, collection, and distribution of tax money for the State, County, Cities, and all other taxing entities that levy Ad Valorem and/or special assessment taxes. The Treasurer is also responsible for all other money belonging to Osage County and/or directed by law to be paid to the Treasurer. In addition, the Treasurer serves as an agent for the State Department of Revenue, Division of Vehicles regarding the administration of the State motor vehicle title and registration laws.
For assistance for Kansans with property tax, visit the Kansas Housing website.