Monday, Feb. 12 update: The Harvey County Treasurer's Office is back in operation, including services such as renewing driver's licenses, renewing vehicle tags and paying real estate taxes. The services will be available beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13. The full hours for the treasurer's office can be found here


We are still working on restoring our network after we were the victim of a cyberattack earlier this week. Unfortunately, there is still no timeline for our network to be back online. 

However, we still have a lot of services we can provide. Here is an update of what we can and cannot offer as of Friday, Feb. 9. We will share updates as more services become available. 

If you need a specific service and want to know if it is available, give us a call at 316-284-6800.

The Harvey County Commission meeting will be held as regularly scheduled at 9 a.m. Monday, Feb. 12 at the Courthouse. The agenda will be available Friday afternoon on our website at

911, Clerk, Department on Aging, Emergency Management, K-State Research and Extension, Noxious Weeds, Parks, Road and Bridge, Sheriff’s Office, Solid Waste
Normal operations.

There are some online documents we cannot access, but we can help guide you to real estate property and property tax information online. Personal property worksheets can be turned in to the office.

Much of this processing is done electronically, and cannot be done at this time. We cannot look up the status of cases, but we can file a criminal case.

Homestead claims and game licenses are not available. We can accept voter registration.

District Court
We can accept paper filings and payments. Court dates will continue as scheduled. Court services is functioning as normal.

We can see clients, provide immunizations, produce WIC checks and more.

Planning, Zoning and Environmental
We cannot access maps. Flood plain determinations will have to wait, too. We can accept applications, but we will have to wait to process them.

Register of Deeds
Sometimes nothing beats pen and paper. We are using old methods to record, and that works just fine. Passports can still be done. We cannot view images onsite, but we can get copies of all documents.

We cannot process driver’s licenses. However, any neighboring location can do this, including sites in Andover, El Dorado, Hutchinson, Marion, McPherson and Wichita. If you have all the documents for a non-delinquent vehicle tag renewal, we can accept cash or check in the exact amount. We can process that information at a later time and mail you the decal. Similarly, we can accept exact cash or check amounts for non-delinquent real estate taxes.

A bit of levity – they say they are doing just fine, no computers needed!