Welcome to the Niobrara County Treasurer's Office web page.
The Treasurer is responsible for collecting property taxes, motor vehicle registration fees, sales tax and other revenues from state, federal and local sources. The Treasurer is also responsible for investing the county's funds, accounting for all county revenue, and distributing funds to various taxing entities according to imposed mill levies.
To provide efficient, courteous and professional service to the residents of Niobrara County.
You can now pay your tax bill and auto renewals online with a major credit card or e-check.
To pay with a credit card there is a service fee of 2.5% of the payment amount, with a minimum fee of $2.00. To pay using an e-check there is a service fee of $1.50. The service fee is charged by the county's payment processor; the county does not receive any portion of this fee.
I HAVE A MORTGAGE, WHY DID I GET A TAX BILL?
Now that the 2014 tax notices have been mailed, a common question is: If my mortgage company pays my taxes, what should I do with the tax bill?
We suggest you just keep it for your records. It's not necessary to forward it to your mortgage company, unless they have requested that you do so. We send records to mortgage companies electronically for tax payments. By law, tax notices are mailed to all property owners, regardless of whether their taxes are escrowed and paid by their mortgage companies.
NOTICE REGARDING CHANGE IN STATE FEE ON CAMPERS AND HORSE TRAILERS WITH LIVING QUARTERS:
Per Wyoming Statute 31-3-101, as of January 1st, 2015, the state fee on “house trailers” (including camper trailers and horse trailers with living quarters) will now be based on the unladen (empty or dry) weight.
(E) [Effective January 1, 2015] House trailers and other noncommercial vehicles based on unladen weight, which for purposes of this subparagraph only, shall be by the manufacturer's published weight, if available:
|(I) 1,000 pounds or less
(II) 1,001 to 3,500 pounds
(III) 3,501 to 4,500 pounds
(IV) 4,501 to 5,500 pounds
(V) 5,501 to 6,000 pounds
(VI) 6,001 pounds or more