Tax Sale

Board of County Commissioners of Meade County, Kansas v. Allen Trego, et al.; ME #22-cv-1

The judicial foreclosure of delinquent ad valorem taxes, otherwise known as the "tax sale," is scheduled for sheriff's sale on November 23, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. in the District Courtroom in the Meade County Courthouse. 

On the day of the sale, the Sheriff shall offer each tract, lot, or piece of real estate for sale to be sold at public auction for the highest and best bid obtainable.

If you are interested in knowing which properties are subject to auction, please click here for the Notice of Sale.

Bidder Information

Before the sale is conducted, we ask that you take the time to register as a bidder before the sale. Please bring the completed Bidder Registration Form with you on the day on the sale to expedite the process. 

Please click here for the Bidder Registration Form.

Potential bidders should also be advised that there are statutory prohibitions for certain people to bid on property. A tract, lot, or piece of real estate may not be sold, either directly or indirectly, to:

(1) Any person having a statutory right to redeem such real estate prior to such sale, pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 79-2803, and amendments thereto, except that this paragraph (1) shall not prohibit sale to any person or such person's assignee who held an interest in such real estate as mortgagee of record at the time of the sale;

 (2) any parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, spouse, sibling, trustee or trust beneficiary who held an interest in a tract as owner or holder of the record title or who held an interest at any time when any tax constituting part of the county's judgment became due; or

 (3) with respect to a title holding corporation, any current or former stockholder, current officer or director, or any person having a relationship enumerated in paragraph (2) to such stockholder, officer or director.


Property owners subject to the judicial foreclosure have a statutory right of redemption up until the date before the sale. In effect, this means a property owner can pay all due property taxes, plus their pro rata share of the costs of the case, and get their property out of foreclosure/the sale.

Please check this website regularly for updates on which properties have been redeemed.

Redeemed properties:

Parcel No. 5. 


Parcels No. 27, 28, & 29 have been temporarily removed from the sale.