TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Many Kansans who had to wait a week to conduct business at Department of Motor Vehicle offices can get back in line. But Sedgwick County residents must wait until tomorrow to go to tag offices.
Most offices will reopen across the state Tuesday, after being closed for a week while a new computer system was installed. The Kansas Department of Revenue is asking for patience from residents, saying employees will need time to adapt to the new $4 million computer system.
The Sedgwick County Treasurer’s Office says tag offices will reopen to the public May 9 will offer extended business hours from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. May 9, 10 and 11 to accommodate residents who were not able to access the offices during the transition.
The department says the new computer system will make filing paperwork more efficient and cost effective.
May renewals include residents whose last names begin with E, F or G.
Online renewals on Kansas Web-Tags also are available.
Questions may be directed to the Sedgwick County Treasurer’s Office at 660-9110.