How to calculate your City Property Tax
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Total state and local sales tax rate
Sales Tax Breakdown:
|State of Kansas|
|County Law Enforcement|
|Public Safety (formerly School District Tax)|
|Research Triangle (county-wide tax)|
|*City of Shawnee|
|Shawnee Parks and Pipes|
|Shawnee Public Safety|
|County Public Safety Sales Tax|
On November 4, 2014, voters in Shawnee approved two sales tax initiatives in regards to funding future City infrastructure projects. Voters approved a renewal of “Parks and Pipes”, a 1/8 cent citywide sales tax that is specifically designated for building and improving City parks and trails as well as improvements to the stormwater drainage system. On the same ballot, voters also approved a new 10-year, 3/8 cent sales tax that will be specifically used for maintenance and improvements to City streets, curbs, and sidewalks.
The new 10-year renewal period for "Parks and Pipes" began on January 1, 2016 and will end on December 31, 2025.
The pavement sales tax (.375%) went into effect on April 1, 2015 and will end on March 31, 2025.
* The sales tax rate is higher at Ten Quivira Plaza Shopping Center at Shawnee Mission Parkway and Quivira (additional .5 percent) because a Community Improvement District is in effect.
* The sales tax rate is higher at Shawnee Plaza Shopping Center at Shawnee Mission Parkway and Pflumm (additional 1.0 percent) because a Transportation Development District is in effect.
On November 8, 2016 voters in Johnson County approved a ¼ cent, 10 year public safety sales tax to fund a new Johnson County courthouse and coroner facility. The new sales tax went into effect April 1, 2017 and sunset on March 31, 2027. On April 1, 2017 the total state and local sales tax rate in Shawnee increased from 9.35% to 9.6%.
2016 Property Tax (Mill Levy) Total:
The mill levy for the City of Shawnee is 26.611. Shawnee is served by three school districts (Shawnee Mission, DeSoto, and Olathe). The total mill levy for an individual property depends on the school district a property is in:
* The school district tax is actually divided into three components, with part of the tax assessed only on the appraised value less than $20,000.
NOTE: The total mill levy may vary slightly if a property is also located in a cemetery district or other supplemental taxing unit.
Assessed Valuation & Mill Levy
Ad Valorem Tax Mill Levy
Special Assessment Tax
Shawnee handles special assessments for streets and sidewalks. Affected property owners may at their option pay the assessment in its entirety in one lump sum by a set date or allow the assessment to be put on the property tax rolls and spread over a 10-year period with interest. The City may also issue special assessments for codes enforcement if a property owner fails to cut his lawn after notification by the City and the property is subsequently mowed by the City.
Johnson County is responsible for collecting all property taxes for the City of Shawnee and for assessing the value of all property. For more information contact the Johnson County Treasurer or Johnson County Appraiser.