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Kansas Sales Tax Rate Changes, July 2015


 The Kansas State Fair is held in Hutchinson, which will soon have a new sales tax rate.

Update, 7.6.2015: The Kansas Department of Revenue has released additional sales and use tax rate changes, effective July 1, 2015. Please see Kansas Information Guide KS-1700.

Numerous local sales and use tax rate changes will take effect in Kansas on July 1, 2015. It should be noted that the legislature is still in session and is considering changing the state sales and use tax rate.

New combined city rates

  • Clifton (CY): 8.15%
  • Clifton (WS): 8.15%
  • Hutchinson: 8.75%
    • Hutchinson Fairfield Inn CID: 10.75%
    • Hutchinson Hobby Lobby / Orschlen CID: 9.75%
    • Hutchinson Holiday Inn Express CID: 10.75%
    • Hutchinson Mall CID: 9.75%
    • Hutchison Mall Outlet CID: 9.75%
  • Lyndon: 8.65%
  • Marquette: 8.65%

New combined county rates

  • Cove County (new rate of 1%): 8.15%
    • Cove: 8.15%
    • Grainfield: 8.15%
    • Grinnell: 8.40%
    • Oakley: 8.65%
    • Park: 8.15%
    • Quinter: 8.15%
  • Morton County (new rate of 1%): 7.15%
    • Elkhart: 8.15%
    • Richfield: 7.15%
    • Rolla: 9.15%
  • Nemaha County (new rate of 0.50%): 7.65%
    • Bern: 7.65%
    • Centralia: 7.65%
    • Corning: 7.65%
    • Goff: 7.65%
    • Oneida: 7.65%
    • Sabetha: 8.65%
    • Seneca: 8.65%
    • Wetmore: 7.65%

Special districts

There are also numerous new districts, listed below with (special district rate) and combined tax rates:

  • Arkansas City Summit Plaza (1%): 8.90%
  • Goodland 25th Street CID (2%): 10.65%
  • Hugoton Sunrise Hospitality CID (2%): 9.65%
  • Hutchinson Holiday Inn Express CID (2%): 10.75%
  • Hutchinson Mall CID (1%): 9.75%
  • Leavenworth Zeck Ford CID (0.75%): 9.90%
  • Medicine Lodge Streetcape CID (1%): 8.90%
  • Olathe WIN CID (1%): 9.875%

Finally the address ranges for the special district of Overland Park OAK Park Mall TDD has changed. The rate remains 9%.

Kansas Department of Revenue.

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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.