Office Hours / Office Locations / Services Available
Kingman County
Treasurer
 

Donna Rohlman
Took Office: 2002
County Population:
7,858

Much of Kingman county is grassland covering red sand. The South Fork of the Ninnescah river winds its way across the north part of the county and the Chikaskia River crosses the southern part. Tradition has it that there was only one tree in the county when it was founded; early settlers planted windbreaks that are magnificent now. The heart of this county is the huge Byron Walker game preserve and public hunting area. Cheney Lake touches the northeastern corner of the county and the state lake is near Calista in the center.

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  • Main Office: Monday-Friday / 8:00-5:00 /
    Office does not close for lunch.

  • Tag Office: Monday-Friday / 8:00-4:45 /
    Office does not close for lunch.

  • Driver's License: Wednesday Only (State Examiner)
    8:30-12:00 and 1:00-4:45 / Testing stops at 3:00

    Thursday / 8:30-4:30 / Basic Renewals ONLY
    No other transactions can be processed, please
    call ahead if you have questions.

 
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  • Main Office: 130 North Spruce, 2nd Floor, Kingman, Kansas Courthouse
  • Driver's License: 130 North Spruce, 2nd Floor, Kingman, Kansas Courthouse
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  • Notary Services
  • Copy Machine
  • Provide Vehicle Tax Information
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