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Linn County Treasurer's Office

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Linn County Treasurer's Office Contact Information

Address, Phone Number, and Fax Number for Linn County Treasurer's Office, a Treasurer & Tax Collector Office, at 2nd Street Southwest, Cedar Rapids IA.

Name
Linn County Treasurer's Office
Address
935 2nd Street Southwest
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 52404
Phone
319-892-5000
Fax
319-892-5549

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About the Linn County Treasurer's Office

The Linn County Treasurer's Office, located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa is responsible for financial transactions, including issuing Linn County tax bills, collecting personal and real property tax payments. The Linn County Treasurer and Tax Collector's Office is part of the Linn County Finance Department that encompasses all financial functions of the local government.

You may contact the Linn County Treasurer's Office for questions about:
  • Property records requests for Linn County, IA
  • Looking up property owners by name and address
  • Linn County property tax bills and payments
  • Property tax rates
  • Linn County GIS maps
  • Tax sales in Linn County, Iowa

Linn County Property Tax Collection Statistics

Find Linn County Property Tax Collections (Total) and Property Tax Payments (Annual). Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

 Linn CountyIowa
Property Taxes$203,994,800$2,310,194,400
Property Taxes (Mortgage)$144,038,600$1,506,760,100
Property Taxes (No Mortgage)$59,956,200$803,434,200
 Linn CountyIowa
Median Property Taxes$2,754$2,219
Median Property Taxes (Mortgage)$2,862$2,394
Median Property Taxes (No Mortgage)$2,541$1,936

Treasurer & Tax Collector Offices near Cedar Rapids

Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/linn-county-treasurers-office-cedar-rapids-ia-5ec/

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Update:The Treasure’s Office announced it will reopen to the public on Friday, Sept. 3. The office “continues to encourage residents to conduct business online, by drop box, mail, or phone when possible to avoid waiting in line at the Treasurer’s Office,” according to a news release from the county.

People who want to use the office’s in-person services can check current wait times on the Treasurer’s Office site.

 

The Linn County Treasurer’s Office will be closed to the public starting Tuesday.

“The Linn County Treasurer’s Office announces it will close to walk-in customers beginning August 31, 2021 until further notice due to a staffing shortage caused by COVID-19 positive cases and exposures,” according to a news release from the county on Monday afternoon. “The office will reopen when staffing levels are adequate for operations to be open to the public.”

Linn County has been experiencing a surge in both new cases of COVID-19 and patients hospitalized with the virus, since the more highly contagious Delta variant became the dominant strain of coronavirus in the state.

Linn County Public Health Director Pramod Dwivedi said last week that 83 percent of the county’s confirmed COVID-19 cases in August were caused by the Delta variant.

Linn County has had a mask mandate for all county-owned buildings since Aug. 9. Cedar Rapids began requiring face masks in all city-owned buildings a week earlier. Both mandates apply to people regardless of their vaccination status.

According to data compiled by the New York Times, 66 percent of Linn County residents 12 years and older are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. When residents under 12, who are not currently eligible for vaccinations, are included in county totals, the percentage of fully vaccinated residents drops to 56 percent.

“The Treasurer’s Office will continue processing transactions received through the mail, drop box, and email and responding to the heavy volume of phone calls as staffing levels allow,” the news release stated.

Vehicle registrations can renewed and property taxes can be paid online, using the Iowa Tax and Tags site. There is also a white drop-box outside the county’s Public Service Center at 935 2nd Ave SW, where people can deposit payments and drop off paperwork for the Treasurer’s Office.


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Janet A Kleweno

Took Office: 2017
County Population: 9,656

Contact Information:

Main Office: 913.795.2227
Motor Vehicle: 913.795.2002
Driver’s License: 913.795.2002
Motor Vehicle Fax: 913.795.0210
Tax Office Fax: 913.795.2889
Email:[email protected]
Our Website:http://www.linncountyks.com
Mailing Address: PO Box 350, Mound City, KS 66056

Office Hours:

Main Office: 8:00 – 4:00 p.m. / Monday – Friday (Open during lunch)
Motor Vehicle: 8:00 – 4:00 p.m. / Monday – Friday (Open during lunch)
Driver’s License: 8:00 – 4:00 p.m. / Monday – Friday (Open during lunch)
VIN Inspections: Linn County Sheriff’s Office / Monday – Friday / 8:00 – 12:00 p.m. 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Office Locations:

Main Office: 315 Main Street, Mound City, KS 66056 – Courthouse
Driver’s License: 315 Main Street, Mound City, KS 66056 – Courthouse

Services Available:

  • Driver’s License Renewals
  • Driver’s Education License
  • Restricted (with Driver’s Ed completion)
  • Instruction Permits
  • Internet Online Tax Payments
  • Partial Payments on Delinquent Taxes
  • Notary Services
  • Open During Lunch Hour
  • Provide Vehicle Tax Information

Address

315 Main Street
Mound City, KS 66056

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Opening hours

  • Monday

    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

  • Tuesday

    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

  • Wednesday

    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

  • Thursday

    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

  • Friday

    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

  • Saturday

    Closed

  • Sunday

    Closed

Sours: https://kansastreasurers.org/index.php/directory/linn-county/

Linn County Treasurer’s Office Closed to Walk-in Customers

Monday, October 11
4:00pm – WaMaC VB Pool Play

Wednesday, October 13
6:30 pm – Hawk Talk

Thursday, October 14
4:00 pm – WaMaC VB Tournament

Friday, October 15
2:00 pm: All Request Show w/ Rob Edwards
6:30 pm – FB: West Delaware at Independence (7:30 kick off on Mix 94.7)
7:00 pm – FB: Monticello @ Northeast (kmch.com and KMCH Sports2 App)

Saturday, October 16
9:00 am – Coaches Corner w/ Jamie Vaske
12:30 pm – Iowa vs Purdue (2:30pm Kick off)
After FB – Rewind with Gary Bryan

Sunday, October 17
6:00 am – Love Light Radio
7:30 am – Sing For Joy
8:00 am –
First Lutheran Church service
9:00 am – The Lutheran Hour 
10:00 am –
St. John’s Lutheran Church service
10:30 am –
Wayne Zion Lutheran Church service
11:00 am – Emmaus Pastorate Catholic Mass
Noon – Midwest Country Music Originals
1:00 pm – AT 40 the 70’s
5:00 pm – The Stone Church service
6:00 pm – Manchester United Methodist Church service
7:00 pm – Pure American Country
9:00 pm – Live in Concert

Sours: https://kmch.com/blog/2021/09/01/linn-county-treasurers-office-closed-to-walk-in-customers/

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Property Tax

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Property Tax Payments

 Property tax payments can be completed in the following ways: 

  • Online at iowataxandtags.org.
  • By mailing payment to Linn County Treasurer at 935 2nd Street SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404. Make check payable to Linn County Treasurer. Spring payments must be postmarked by March 31. Fall payments must be postmarked by Sept. 30.
  • Via drop box in front of the Linn County Public Service Center. Be sure to include your contact information when dropping paperwork in the drop box.
  • By phone at 319-892-5500. Due to the high volume of phone calls, phone hold times could exceed 30 minutes.
  • In person at the Linn County Public Service Center, 935 2nd Street SW, Cedar Rapids.

If paying by mail or drop box, please include the stub portion of the tax statement to ensure proper credit. Residents who would like a receipt must include a self-addressed stamped envelope with their payment.

Property Tax Redemption of Taxes Sold at Tax Sale

Contact the Treasurer’s office by phone at 319-892-5500 or by emailfor the required fee and documentation. Due to the high volume of phone calls, phone hold times could exceed 30 minutes.

Division Responsibilities

The Property Tax Division is responsible for collecting taxes for real estate property, mobile homes, utilities, computer equipment, industrial machinery, bushels of grain, monies and credits, buildings on leased land, and city and county special assessments, including delinquent weed cuttings, sewer rental, nuisance abatements, snow removal and alley oiling for all tax levying and tax certifying entities of the county.

The Treasurer is also responsible for conducting the tax sale, processing tax sale redemptions, issuing tax sale deeds, processing tax suspensions, preparing plat and mobile home clearances and administering the Iowa Property Tax Credit Program based on age / income.

Sours: https://www.linncounty-ia.gov/203/Property-Tax
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Motor Vehicle

Details are listed below for how to conduct business with the Motor Vehicle division of the Treasurer's Office.

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Title Transfers

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Vehicle Registration Renewals

Vehicle registration renewals can be completed the following ways:

  • Online at iowataxandtags.org.
  • You will need your PIN from your renewal notice or the audit number that is on the bottom left portion of your current vehicle registration to renew online. See this example.
  • Mail payment to Linn County Treasurer at 935 2nd Street SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404. Make check payable to Linn County Treasurer.
  • Use the white drop box in front of the Linn County Public Service Center. Be sure to include your contact information when dropping business items in the drop box.
  • By phone at 319-892-5500. Due to the high volume of phone calls, phone hold times could exceed 30 minutes.

Claim for Refund on Vehicle Registration

To claim a refund on a vehicle registration, please complete the following steps:

Duplicate Title

To request a duplicate title for your vehicle, please complete the following steps:

Pay Non-Sufficient Funds/Revoke

Contact the Treasurer’s office by phone at 319-892-5500 or by emailfor the required fee and documentation. Due to the high volume of phone calls, phone hold times could exceed 30 minutes. 

Obtain License Plates/Registration Due to Impound

Contact the Treasurer’s office by phone at 319-892-5500 or by emailfor the required fee and documentation. Due to the high volume of phone calls, phone hold times could exceed 30 minutes. 

Order Specialty License Plates

To order specialty license plates, please visit the Iowa DOT’s website.

Purchase of a Non-Personalized Specialty Plate
(Plate Exchange)

To exchange your current plates for a non-personalized specialty plate, please visit our office in person and bring your current plates.  Most non-personalized plates are available in our office.  Some may need to be ordered if they require additional documentation and approval through the DOT. Our lobby is open M-F 7:30am-4pm.

Sours: https://www.linncounty.org/190/Motor-Vehicle

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