Office Hours / Office Locations / Services Available
Grant County
Treasurer
 
Terri Trotman
Took Office: 1995
County Population:
7,829

Except for the extreme northeast corner, Grant County is what the Kansas Geologial Society calls the High Plains. This area does not get a lot of rainfall but, with irrigation, supports big farms. The Hugoton natural gas fields underlie much of the county.

Sand Arroyo Creek joins the North fork of the Cimarron River in western Grant County. The two forks of the Cimarron wander around and come together in the southeast part of the county. The joining of the two rivers does not guarantee that there is water in the combined stream.

The Cimarron Valley railroad serves all of the towns in Grant County using tracks that were once part of the AT&SF.

  • Main Office: 620.356.1551
  • Motor Vehicle: 620.356.3886
  • Driver's License: 620.356.1551
  • Fax: 620.356.5549
  • Email: gtcotrea@pld.com"
  • Our Website: www.grantcoks.org
  • Mailing Address: 108 South Glenn, Ulysses, Ks 67880
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  • Main Office: 8:30 - 5:00 / Monday - Friday - open during lunch
  • Driver's License: 8:30 - 4:30 / Tuesday - Friday - open during lunch
  • VIN Inspections - Grant County Law Enforcement 24/7

    CMV: 8:30-4:00pm
 
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  • Main Office: 108 South Glenn, Ulysses, Kansas - Courthouse
  • Driver's License: 108 South Glenn, Ulysses, Kansas - Courthouse
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  • Driver's License Renewals / Replacements
    • Farm Permits (with Driver's Ed completion)
    • Restricted (with Driver's Ed completion)
    • ID Cards Renewals / Replacements
  • Notary Services
  • Open During Lunch Hour
  • Provide Vehicle Tax Information
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