Sedgwick County Tag Office

Organizational and Special Interest Tags

To obtain any of the below organization or special interest auto tags, go the Sedgwick County Tag Office or substation. You will pay any associated fee/gift/donation as indicated with the corresponding tag, state fees including any production charge that may apply to the tag as indicated, and all normal tag taxes and fees.

Future renewals may be completed by mail, online at https://KSWebTags.org, or in person at the tag office or substation.

Kansas Agriculture Tag

Agricultural

Make an annual $25 gift per tag to the Kansas Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom (collected at tag office or via certificate of donation from organization).

State fees include a one-time $48.50 production charge is not tax-deductible.

http://ksagclassroom.org/join/agri_tag.htm.

Benedictine College Tag

Amateur Radio Operator

To qualify you must be the vehicle owner or lessee and hold an unrevoked and unexpired official amateur radio station license issued by the Federal Communications Commission AND be a Kansas resident or a member of the military who is not a Kansas resident and is stationed at a Kansas military base or office.

Amateur Radio Operator plates can be issued to autos and trucks registered for 20,000 lbs. or less.

Steps to obtain the plate:

Fee for the Amatuer Radio Operator plate

Related Kansas Statute(s): KSA 8-162; 8-163

Kansas Breast Cancer Research and Outreach Plate

Breast Cancer Research

Make an annual $50 tax-deductible gift per tag to Midwest Cancer Alliance (collected at tag office or via certificate of donation from organization).

http://www.midwestcanceralliance.org/Documents/mca/Driven%20to%20Cure%20program%20info%202014.pdf

Children's Trust Fund Tag

Children's Trust Fund

Make a annual $50 tax-deductible gift per tag to Midwest Cancer Alliance(collected at tag office or via certificate of donation from organization).

http://kschildrenscabinet.org/license-plates/

Ducks Unlimited Tag

Ducks Unlimited

Make a $35 tax-deductible annual fee per tag to Ducks Unlimited (collected at tag office or via certificate of donation from organization).

http://www.ducks.org/kansas/kansas-content/kansas-du-license-plates?poe=recentadded

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Tag

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

An EMS plate may be issued for an auto, motorcycle or truck registered for 20,000 lbs. or less which is titled or leased in Kansas in the name of the EMS associate.

To qualify you must be employed in the Emergency Medical Services field, be a Kansas resident or a member of the military who is not a Kansas resident and is stationed at a Kansas military base or office.

Steps to obtain the plate:

Fee for the Emergency Medical Services plate:

Related Kansas Statute(s): KSA 8-1,141, 8-1,159

Any questions should be addressed to the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services at 785-296-7296, or Visit the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services web site at: http://www.ksbems.org/ems.

Families of the Fallen Tag

Families of the Fallen

A Families of the Fallen plate may be issued for an auto, motorcycle or truck registered for 20,000 lbs. or less which is titled or leased in Kansas in the name of the next of kin of the deceased military personnel.

You may make application for a Kansas Families of the Fallen plate if you are the recognized next of kin of deceased military personnel by the Department of Defense. You must be a Kansas resident or a member of the military who is not a Kansas resident and is stationed at a Kansas military base or office.

You must meet the conditions and/or requirements as listed on the Families of the Fallen License Plate Application, form TR-20.

Steps to obtain the plate:

Related Kansas Statute(s): KSA 8-1,166

Kansas Firefighter Tag

Firefighter

A Firefighter plate may be issued for an auto, motorcycle or truck registered for 20,000 lbs. or less which is titled or leased in Kansas in the name of the firefighter.

To qualify you must be employed as a firefighter or be a volunteer firefighter and be a Kansas resident or a member of the military who is not a Kansas resident and is stationed at a Kansas military base or office.

Steps to obtain the plate:

Fee for Firefighter plate:

A one-time $40 fee distinctive plate fee is due upon initial application and issuance, in addition to standard registration fees and property taxes.

Related Kansas Statute(s): KSA 8-1,141, 8-1,155

Kansas Gold Star Mother Plate Tag

Gold Star Mother

A Gold Star Mother plate may be issued for an auto, motorcycle, or truck registered for 20,000 lbs. or less which is titled in Kansas in the name of the applicant or leased by the same.

To qualify you must be the mother of a service member killed on active duty and be a Kansas resident or a member of the military who is not a Kansas resident and is stationed at a Kansas military base or office.

You vehicle must be titled in Kansas in your name or the leasing company from which you are leasing the vehicle.

Steps to obtain the plate:

Related Kansas Statute(s): KSA 8-177d

I'm Pet Friendly Tag

I'm Pet Friendly

Make an annual $50.00 donation per tag to the Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine (collected at tag office or via certificate of donation from organization).

State fees include a one-time $45.50 production charge is not tax-deductible.

http://www.k-state.edu/today/announcement.php?id=6853

In God We Trust Tag

In God We Trust God We Trust

The In God We Trust plate may be issued for an auto, motorcycle, or truck registered for 20,000 lbs. or less which is titled in Kansas in the name of the applicant or leased by the same.

No special conditions or requirements are necessary to apply for and obtain an In God We Trust plate.

Fee for In God We Trust plate:

A one-time $40 fee distinctive plate fee is due upon initial application and issuance, in addition to standard registration fees and property taxes.

Related Kansas Statute(s): KSA 8-1,160

Donate Life

Donate Life

To order a Kansas Donate Life license plate, please visit your county treasurer’s office. The cost includes a one-time payment to your county and state for plate registration fees, as well as an annual donation of $40 to Midwest Transplant Network. In Kansas, personalization of the specialty plate is not available at this time.
Horse Council

Horse Council

The $30 annual fee goes directly to the Kansas Horse Council to fulfill our mission of providing the Kansas equine industry with leadership and direction through education, promotion and public policy advocacy.

When you spot one of these tags rolling down the highway, snap a picture and send it to us at director@kansashorsecouncil.com. Be sure to include the county or state where it was spotted.

Give Kansas horses the recognition they deserve by displaying these plates on your vehicles and trailers.

There is a one time charge of $50 with the original purchase of each plate. This fee is required by and paid to the State of Kansas.
Masonic Lodge Tag

Masonic Lodge

The Kansas Freemason Plate is an official license plate, the proceeds of which help support our Grand Lodge library and Kansas Masonic charities. The Kansas Freemason Plate is available at your county treasurer’s office. The cost of the plate is $25 plus your standard fees and taxes. The additional $25 is forwarded to the Grand Lodge of Kansas for distribution in our non-profit funds.

Rotary International Tag

Rotary International

More information to follow when tag becomes available in the future. Support the Arts Tag

Support the Arts

The Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission (CAIC) is offering the Kansas Arts License Plates to help raise funds to invest in the creative arts industries in Kansas. The plates will be available at your local DMV office starting the week of October 27, 2014.
The entire annual fee of $50 per license plate will go directly towards funding arts programs in Kansas. To see how your donation can affect the arts in Kansas, click here for a list of grants already awarded by the KCAIC in 2014-2015.