Usually, Converse County holds its tax sale on the first Monday in August, at 9:00 a.m. in the Treasurer's Office. Although technically the sale continues until 5:00 p.m., all properties are usually sold by 11:00 a.m.
The law does not specify the date of the sale, except that it needs to be after May 11th (when taxes are delinquent) and September 1st (when the current year's taxes become due). Therefore, there is a wide variance between counties on when their tax sales are held.
The easiest way to find out when the tax sale is being held is to keep an eye on the legal notices in the newspaper. Each county treasurer is required to advertise the properties for sale, along with the date, time and place of sale in the county newspaper for 3 weeks prior to the sale.
The Converse County Treasurer's Office advertises in both the Douglas Budget and the Glenrock Independent.
Parcels are also listed on the Home Page of this site when it is time for the tax sale.
How does the tax sale work?
When will the tax sale take place?
What is sold at a tax sale?
How do I find out what's for sale and where it is?
How much does it cost to purchase a certificate at the sale?
What rights to the property does the certificate holder have?
Once I receive a certificate of purchase, what do I have to do?
If the landowner pays the taxes, what do I get back?
How do tax deeds work?
How do I apply for a Tax Deed?