Friday, August 18, 2017
     

The Clark County Treasurer's primary function is to collect real estate, personal property, intangible and motor vehicle taxes, special assessments and other miscellaneous taxes for Clark County, cities, townships, school districts, and other taxing jurisdictions. The Treasurer apportions and distributes such revenue to local taxing units. The Treasurer functions as a bank for all revenue-generating County departments. In addition, the Clark County Treasurer’s office also issues driver licenses.

Services Provided
Property Tax Payments - Partial Payments Accepted on Delinquent Taxes (Contact County Treasurer for More Information)
Vehicle Tags & Taxes
Drivers Licenses

How much will it cost to register my vehicle?

Title Fees $10.00
Repossession Titles $13.00
Transfer Fees $4.50
Registration:  
Autos less than 4500 lbs. $35.00
Autos over 4500 lbs. $45.00
12M Trucks $43.00
Motorcycles $21.00
Motorbikes $16.00
Trailers:  
2000 - 8000 $20.00
8001 - 12000 $30.00
12001 and over $40.00
Non-Commercial Class Driver License Fees
Driver Licenses are available Tuesday-Friday 8:30-4:30

License
Length
License
Class
License
Fee
Class M
Fee
Photo
Fee
Exam
Fee
Total
Fee
4 Years C $12.00   $8.00 N/A $20.00
4 Years CM $12.00 $9.00 $8.00 N/A $29.00
4 Years A or B $16.00   $8.00 N/A $24.00
4 Years A or B with M $16.00 $9.00 $8.00 N/A $33.00
 
6 Years C $18.00   $8.00 N/A $26.00
6 Years CM $18.00 $12.50 $8.00 N/A $38.50
6 Years A or B $24.00   $8.00 N/A $32.00
4 Years A or B with M $24.00 $12.50 $8.00 N/A $44.50

Applicants under age 21 receive a 4 year license.
Applicants age 65 and over receive a 4 year license.
Applicants age 21 to 64 receive a 6 year license.
County Treasurer


Crystal Roberts, County Treasurer


Sandra Stebens, Deputy Treasurer 

Lauren Halling, Deputy Motor Vehicle Treasurer

Hours
8:30-noon & 1:00-4:30, Monday - Friday

Contact Information
Email:
cotreas@ucom.net

Physical Address:
913 Highland
Ashland, KS 67831

Mailing Address:
PO Box 185
Ashland, KS 67831

Phone: (620) 635-2745
Fax: (620) 635-2655

Tax Roll Search
Subscription Required. Contact the County Treasurer for more information.



Tax Calendar
January 1 -
All real and personal property is assessed for tax value.

March 1 -
Value notices are mailed to all owners of real property.

May 1 -
Value notices are mailed to all owners of personal property.

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 25 -
All taxing jurisdictions submit annual budget to County Clerk.

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.

December 20 -
Full or first half property taxes are due without penalty.

February 15 -
Unpaid personal property tax warrants are turned over to County Sheriff.

May 10 -
Second half of property taxes are due without penalty.

August 15 -
Unpaid second half personal tax warrants are turned over to County Sheriff.

August 1 -
Unpaid real estate taxes are published in the newspaper.

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.