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For Immediate Release
April 29, 2020
Kate Flavin


Statement from County Treasurer Linda Kizzire regarding Treasurer’s Office Operation

(Sedgwick County, Kan.) – During this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Treasurer’s Office remains open to serve the public with their motor vehicle registration and renewal needs. Governor Kelly issued an executive order which extends the expiration of vehicle tag renewals for 60 days from the expiration of her executive order. This order does not include the processing of title work. 

In an effort to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, the Treasurer’s Office has altered business operations to insure maximum safety to our clerks and customers. Besides frequent cleaning and sanitizing, we are only permitting 10 customers to enter either of our two (2) tag offices. Almost half of our staff have been furloughed which has caused a need to shut down the QLess virtual waiting line system and place a clerk at both tag offices to conduct a manual headcount to insure there are only 10 customers in the building at any one time.   

We have gone to a first come first serve protocol and are accepting call ahead appointments for title work. Residents are encouraged to renew tags by mail, online, or via the iKan app, rather than visiting a tag office. Hopefully this all will pass soon and we’ll be back to regular operations in the near future.


About Sedgwick County

The mission of Sedgwick County is to cultivate a healthy, safe, and welcoming community through exceptional public services, effective partnerships, and dedicated employees. Named for Civil War hero, Major General John Sedgwick of the Union Army, Sedgwick County celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2020. The 2020 Adopted Budget of $457.4 million focuses resources on health and human services, public safety, and general government services.