About the Treasurer

The Cloud County Treasurer's Office by State law is responsible for the tax billing, collecting 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 moneys belonging to Cloud 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 and the Division of Vehicles regarding the administration of the State motor vehicle title and registration laws.

Cloud County Treasurer

JoDee LeDuc

P.O. Box 355
811 Washington St - Ste K
Concordia, KS 66901-0355

Phone: 785-243-8115

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Filing a Protest

1. If you have not had an informal meeting with the County Appraiser on the valuation of your property for the current tax year, you can file a protest.  Protest forms (PDF) may be printed here or are available from the County Treasurer.

2. Contact your County Treasurer's office to request the protest forms after November 1st.  A payment of taxes must be made in order to file a protest.  Please read and follow the instructions carefully for a successful appeal. NOTE:  If the protest form is received in the Treasurer's office unsigned, the protest will be considered invalid and will be returned to you. The delay may jeopardize your chances for a hearing.

3. Tax protest forms must be completed before sending to the Treasurer's office on or before December 20th. If taxes are paid by an escrow agent, you have until January 31st of the following year to file your protest.

4. You must keep a copy of the  protest form. You will need to use this form to file the protest with the Board of Tax Appeals if you are not satisfied with the County's decision.

5. The County Appraiser will contact you to schedule an informal meeting after the County Treasurer forwards your protest form to the Appraiser. If you are filing a protest on the basis of an illegal tax levy, an additional form (PDF) must be completed and attached to the protest form. Illegal levy protests will by mailed by the Treasurer to the Board of Tax Appeals.  No informal hearing will be held with the Appraiser in the case of  illegal tax levy protests.

6. If you have paid your taxes in full and are successful in your appeal and your value is reduced, which entitles you to a refund, payment will be issued upon the Treasurer receiving a correction from the County Appraiser's office.  If you paid 1st half taxes only when filing the protest and should your value be reduced, your 2nd half taxes will be reduced based on the new valuation.

External Tax Links

These tax links will direct you to tax resources in the State of Kansas.

Vehicle Tax Estimate

Property Tax Payments

 

Kansas Tag Styles

 

 

Physical proof of insurance is now required on ALL Kansas license tags. The proof must show each vehicle's information, policy number, and expiration date.

Standard Vehicle Tag:
Cost: varies - Includes registration, tag, and title fees and personal property taxes

 

 

Standard Motorbike Tag:
Cost: Registration Fees

 

 

There are many Distinctive Tages Available in Kansas

Please Click Here to go the the Kansas Department of Revenue Web Page for More Information about Them.

 

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