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Kansas Sales Tax Rate Changes, April 2015


 Dickinson County, Kansas.

Dozens of sales tax rate changes take effect in Kansas on April 1, 2015.

City changes (listed with new combined state and local tax rate)

  • Eureka, 9.15%
  • Hoisington, 7.90%
    • Hoisington Cheyenne Bottoms CID, 9.90%
    • Hoisington Kindscher CID, 8.40%
    • Hoisington Subway CID, 9.90%
  • LaHarpe, 8.40%
  • Melvern, 8.15%
  • Shawnee, 9.00%
    • Shawnee Plaza TDD, 10.00%
    • Shawnee Ten Quivera Plaza CID, 9.50%
  • Wellington, 8.65%

County changes (listed with new combined rates and affected cities)

  • Dickinson County (enacts new rate of 0.50%), 7.65%
    • Abilene, 8.75%
    • Carlton, 7.65%
    • Chapman, 8.65%
    • Enterprise, 7.65%
    • Herington (DK), 10.15%
    • Hope, 7.65%
    • Manchester, 7.65%
    • Solomon (DK), 7.65%
    • Woodbine, 7.65%
  • Gove County (existing 0.75% rate expires), 7.15%
    • Gove City, 7.15%
    • Grainfield, 7.15%
    • Grinnell, 7.40%
    • Oakley (GO), 7.65%
    • Park, 7.15%
    • Quinter, 7.15%
  • McPherson County (enacts new rate of 0.50%), 7.65%
    • Canton, 7.65%
    • Galva, 8.65%
    • Inman, 7.65%
    • Lindsborg, 9.15%
    • Marquette, 7.65%
    • McPherson, 8.65%
    • Moundridge, 8.65%
    • Windom, 7.65%
  • Rooks County (enacts new rate of 0.50%), 6.65%
    • Damar, 6.65%
    • Palco, 6.65%
    • Plainville, 8.65%
    • Stockton, 8.15%
    • Woodston, 6.65%
    • Zurich, 6.65%
  • Smith County (enacts new rate of 1.00%), 8.15%
    • Athol, 8.15%
    • Cedar, 8.15%
    • Gaylord, 8.15%
    • Kensington, 8.15%
    • Lebanon, 8.15%
    • Smith Center, 9.15%

There are also numerous new special districts, which include Community Improvement, Transportation Development, and Star Bond Districts. And there are changes to address ranges in existing special districts. Please see State and Local Sales/Use Tax Rate Changes Effective April 1, 2015 for specifics, including jurisdiction codes for the changes listed above.

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Gail Cole
Avalara Author
Gail Cole
Gail Cole
Avalara Author Gail Cole
Gail began researching and writing about sales tax in 2012 and has been fascinated with it ever since. She has a penchant for uncovering unusual tax facts, and endeavors to make complex sales tax laws more digestible for both experts and laypeople.