UG Treasury office will reopen for limited in-person service on Monday, June 8

The Unified Government Treasury office will reopen for limited in-person service on Monday, June 8.

According to a UG spokesman, for all motor vehicle work not related to titles, the public still is required to continue to use online, drop-off or mail-in options only.

On Monday, June 8, the annex office at 8200 State Ave., Kansas City, Kansas, will be open exclusively for motor vehicle title work, the spokesman stated. Those who use this option to complete title work will be required to have a spot in the online queue prior to arriving at the annex location.

They will receive an estimated time to be served through a text message notification, and individuals will not be allowed in the building until the number is about to be called, according to the spokesman. Residents may reserve a spot in line by visiting wycokck.org/auto.

The downtown office at 710 N. 7th St., Suite 240, Kansas City, Kansas, will be open to the public exclusively for the real estate, personal property, and treasury services on June 8.

“While the offices will be reopening, the need for social distancing still limits the services that can be provided in our facilities. We are happy to be able to once again welcome the public into our offices. However, we will be limited to the number of individuals that can enter the facility,” said Richard Mikesic, treasurer. “In addition, the pandemic closure created a monumental backlog of work. I believe there are approximately 15,000 people that have been waiting for our doors to open. If you choose to come into the office for your title work needs, you should be prepared for significant wait times due to the overwhelming demand. We continue to urge individuals to first choose the various online, drop off, or mail-in options for all their motor vehicle, real estate tax, and personal property tax payment needs.”

In addition, the Treasury also announced an upgrade to the PayIt/iKan services which allows late renewals to be processed through both systems.

This process, which is already active, allows for registration renewal transactions without calculating any penalties or interest on renewals that fall under Kansas Governor Laura Kelly’s Executive Order temporarily suspending penalties and interest for late renewals.

Annual registration

In order to renew annual registration, submit your payment online at mywyco.wycokck.org or through the MyWyco App available for both iPhone and Android devices. If you are not able to make your payment online, you will be required to submit your registration renewal as follows:

  1. Place your payment in the Treasurer Drop Box located at the Annex, 8200 State Ave., Kansas City, Kansas.
  2. Mail-in your payment to the Courthouse Office at 710 N. 7th St., Suite 240 Kansas City, Kansas.

Title work

Title work on a newly acquired vehicle can still be processed without coming into the office. To get started, visit wycokck.org/auto and select “Click here to initiate a request to title your recently purchased vehicle: Request a ugdmv-title” https://us.openforms.com/Form/587cfabc-3275-443f-b4c3-70be334a8587.

Temporary tags

The Treasury office provides the opportunity to acquire temporary tags through email. To start this process, send an email to ugdmv-temptag@wycokck.org.

Handicapped placard

To acquire your handicapped placard, submit your placard Self Certification Form (found at https://www.ksrevenue.org/pdf/tr159a.pdf) as follows:

  1. Place your payment in the Treasurer Drop Box located at the Annex, 8200 State Ave., Kansas City, Kansas.
  2. Mail in your payment to the Courthouse Office at 710 N. 7th St., Suite 240 Kansas City, Kansas.

Real estate and personal property

To submit your real estate or personal property payment online, visit mywyco.wycokck.org or use the MyWyco App available for both iPhone and Android devices. If you are not able to make your payment online, you will have two options:

  1. Place your payment in the Treasurer Drop Box located at the Annex, 8200 State Ave., Kansas City, Kansas.
  2. Mail in your payment to the Courthouse Office at 710 N. 7th St., Suite 240 Kansas City, Kansas.

The governor has issued an order providing a grace period for renewals and title work completion on vehicles purchased in 2020. The grace period extends 60 days from the date the State of Disaster Emergency is lifted, which has yet to occur. Residents will have some time to get their motor vehicle needs met prior to the expiration of the grace period.

“Please know, we have a dedicated staff that only want to help you complete the service you need. We know it is a trying situation for all, so we appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to serve you,” Mikesic said.

Driver’s license services are provided by the state of Kansas. For information related to obtaining or renewing a driver’s license, visit ksrevenue.org/reopening.

Residents with additional questions may visit wycokck.org/auto, call 3-1-1, contact the Treasury office at 913-573 2821 or send an email to ugmotorvehicle@wycokck.org. The call volume is very heavy, so delays can be expected, according to a spokesman.

  • Information from Unified Government

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  1. My name is Sherri Green. I mailed the payment and proofs of Insurance for my 2004 Saturn Vue and my Husband’s 1992 Ford E150 van on May 20th,2020 and still have not received our stickers for our tags as of Wednesday, July 8th,2020. My phone number is 913-271-9587. I’ve called over 15 times and left a message at the treasurer office over 2 weeks ago! We need our stickers. Please help!!!

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