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Treasurer - Sedgwick County, Colorado | Sedgwick County, Colorado
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Sedgwick County Treasurer’s Office
Wanda K. Trennepohl
315 Cedar Street, Suite 210
Julesburg, CO 80737
(970) 474-3473
Fax:  (970) 474-3507
            publictrustee@sedgwickcountygov.netThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Public Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM– 4:00 PM

Wanda Trennepohl


Lori Ehmke
The Sedgwick County Treasurer’s Office Public Trustee is Wanda K. Trennepohl. Trennepohl was elected to office in 2002.   Her staff consists of a well-trained Deputy Public Trustee Lori L. Ehmke. 

The County Treasurer is responsible for mailing Property Tax Statements to the owner of record, collecting property taxes, and disbursing monies collected to the appropriate taxing authorities (school districts, cities/towns, the county, special districts, etc.,).  Other duties of the Treasurer include receiving all funds sent to Sedgwick County, maintaining correct and proper accounting of such funds, and the distribution of those funds to the proper taxing authorities.  As custodian of the County funds, the Treasurer shall safely invest excess funds keeping liquidity and yield in mind.  A tax sale shall be held each November to enforce collection of all delinquent taxes.
The Treasurer also serves as Public Trustee.  The Public Trustee shall process a foreclosure or shall release deeds of trust when requested by the beneficiary or legal holder of indebtedness.  Information on any sale may be obtained by calling the Public Trustee’s office.

Check your Property Tax Information at https://co1245.cichosting.com/ttp/tax

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I pay my property taxes?
Pay property taxes to the Sedgwick County Treasurer
315 Cedar Street, Suite 210
Julesburg, CO 80737 
You may also pay your property taxes online by clicking HERE (First time you will register; after that, payments are an easy 3-step process)
*By paying online or mobile device:
  • A $1.00 fee is charged for checking/savings payments; 2.75% (+$0.50 if payment is less than $100) is applied to credit/debit card payments.
  • You can pay immediately, schedule a payment or set up Auto-Pay. (Auto-pays must be set up online.)
  • You can print receipts, view past payments, see status of payments, stop Auto-Pay by going online.
  • If you need assistance with paying online, call PSN at 1-866-917-7368
  • If you have questions on the amount of your bill or need service, call us at 970-474-3473.
What are the payment dates?
Property taxes may be paid in full or by halves without interest by the following dates:
Full Payment Deadline—April 30
First Half Deadline—February 28
Second Half Deadline—June 15 
What should I do if I don’t receive a property tax notice?
You owe tax on your property whether you get a tax notice or not.  If you are not sure if you owe taxes, please check with the Sedgwick County Treasurer. 
My mortgage company is supposed to pay my property taxes.  Why did I get the tax notice and what should I do with it?
State law requires that the notice be mailed to the property owner.  Most mortgage companies get their tax information from a private tax service or directly from the county.  If you feel your mortgage company needs a copy of the tax notice, you may mail them a copy with your next payment. 
Will Sedgwick County send second half notices?
In order to conserve tax dollars, the Sedgwick County Treasurer will not be sending second half notices.  You should mark the June 15th deadline on your calendar.