The Sarpy County Treasurer’s Office is extending its hours as part of a commitment to provide exceptional customer service to Sarpy County residents and business owners.
Starting April 6, the Treasurer’s Office will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
“I’m excited to offer our residents a more flexible schedule and additional hours,” Sarpy County Treasurer Brian Zuger said. “We know people are busy and we value their time, so the new hours will make it easier and more convenient to visit our office.”
The Treasurer’s Office is also offering a new online check-in feature, QLess, “which provides constituents the opportunity view wait times and evaluate the best time to come to our office, will also allow them to join a virtual line. This should help minimize our lines and help reduce wait times,” Zuger said.
Residents can check in online at Sarpy.com/Treasurer or on the QLess app. They will then receive a text message or app alert with updates on wait times.
When residents arrive at the office, large TV screens will direct them to a customer service representative ready to help them title a vehicle or renew their registration. Residents can also use QLess kiosks in the Treasurer’s Office.
“We are committed to customer service and want to make every visit to our office as easy and efficient as possible. When people check in online or on the app, they’ll know exactly when to come to the office and never have to wait in line,” Zuger said.
Zuger also wants to remind residents that they can avoid lines entirely by renewing their vehicle registration or paying their property taxes online at Sarpy.com/Treasurer.
Download the QLess app
- iPhone/iPad: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/qless/id1033286225
- Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.qless.consumer.app&hl=en
About the Sarpy County Treasurer’s Office
The Sarpy County Treasurer’s Office is responsible for real estate taxes, titling and registration for boats and motor vehicles, and special assessments. The Treasurer’s Office is on the first floor of the Sarpy County Courthouse, 1210 Golden Gate Drive, Papillion.