Office Hours / Office Locations / Services Available
Chase County
Treasurer
 
Janet Ayers
Took Office: 2009
cs_county_treasurer@wan.kdor.state.ks.us
County Population:
2,790

Chase County contains vast areas of unspoiled prairie, used and managed as grasslands since it was settled. In the spring, after the pastures have been burnt, some of the hills look like they are all rock without enough soil to support life, and it's easy to see where the name Flint Hills came from. Later, by the end of May, the harshness is buried in a thick carpet of wildflowers and lush bluestem grasses.

Chase County was organized in 1859. The county seat is Cottonwood Falls. Chase County was created out of portions of Wise and Butler counties, and named in honor of Salmon P. Chase, successively Governor of Ohio, United States Senator, Secretary of the Treasury, and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. In the Senate, he was earnest in his opposition to the extension of slavery into Kansas.

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  • Main Office: 8:00 - 5:00 / Monday - Friday - open during lunch
  • Driver's License: Monday - Friday, 8:00 -11:30, 1:00 - 4:30pm, Motor Vehicle: 8:00 - 4:30pm
    Calling ahead is suggested for DL and ID transactions
 
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  • Main Office: Courthouse Square, Cottonwood Falls, Kansas - Courthouse
  • Driver's License: Courthouse Square, Cottonwood Falls, Kansas - Courthouse
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  • Driver's License Renewals
    • ID Cards
  • Open During Lunch Hour
  • Provide Vehicle Tax Information
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