County Treasurer


 Duties of the County Treasurer include:
  • Collecting all money owed to the County
  • Distributing all tax money five times a year to divisions and subdivisions according to levies set by the County
  • Keeping an accounting of all money paid in and out of the County and to post the accounting in the newspaper quarterly
  • Processing and collecting motor vehicle registrations and taxes and make sure the public has all the proper paperwork to obtain a legal Kansas title for their vehicles
  • Mailing tax statements before December 15 each year
  • Preparing a list of delinquent real estate taxes for publication in the local newspaper on or before August 1
  • Processing Homestead Credit payments until December 20 each year

Renew Your Plate(s)

Choose one of three options below:

Print your renewal notice and proceed to:

Seward County Treasurer's Office
515 N Washington Suite 102
Liberal, KS 67901

Print your renewal notice and mail it along with your total fees to:

Seward County Treasurer's Office
515 N Washington Suite 102
Liberal, KS 67901

Renew your vehicle(s) online by going to IKAN.

If you renew online, you will have a 10 day grace period from the day you tags expire to receive the new decal in the mail.

You will be able to print and carry the online renewal paid confirmation receipt or have it on your mobile device.

Either will serve as proof to law enforcement that your vehicle tag has been renewed and are waiting for the decal to arrive.

Please note: The grace period will not apply to those who renewed by mail. It also does not apply to those who do not complete their registration before their tags expire, which occurs on the last day of each month.

Mobile app is also available: The app is available only on the App Store for iphone and iPad.

KS Connect App
Kids and Adults not For Sale!!

If you suspect someone is being trafficked, make a confidential call to the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, toll-free:

National Human Trafficking Resource Center,
toll free, (24/7)
trained operators are standing by and there is no penalty for being wrong about a situation.
Make the call, save lives!

National Hotline: 1 + 888-3737-888

While the victims may sometimes be kept behind locked doors, they are often hidden right in front of us at, for example, construction sites, restaurants, elder care centers, nail salons, agricultural fields, and hotels. Traffickers' use of coercion - such as threats of deportation and harm to the victim or their family members - is so powerful that even if you reach out to victims, they may be too fearful to accept your help. Knowing indicators of human trafficking and some follow up questions will help you act on your gut feeling that something is wrong and report it.

While NOT an exhaustive list, these are some key red flags that could alert you to a potential trafficking situation that should be reported:

  • >Living with employer
  • >Poor living conditions
  • >Multiple people in cramped space
  • >Inability to speak to individual alone
  • >Answers appear to be scripted and   rehearsed
  • >Employer is holding identity documents
  • >Signs of physical abuse
  • >Submissive or fearful
  • >Unpaid or paid very little
  • >Under 18 and in prostitution 
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