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Kansas Sales Tax Rate Changes, October 2015


 Local sales tax rates in Kansas, October 2015.

Numerous local sales and use tax rate changes will take effect in Kansas on October 1, 2015. There are city changes, county changes, and special district changes.

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

  • Andover: (ANDBU) 8.5%
  • Belleville: (BELRP) 9.0%
  • Buhler: (BUHRN) 9.0%
  • Cherryvale: (CHEMG) 9.5%
  • Eudora: (EUDDG) 9.25%
  • Haven: (HAVRN) 8.5%
  • LaCrosse: (LACRH) 8.5%
  • Lecompton: (LECDG) 9.25%
  • Meriden: (MERJF) 8.0%

County changes (listed with jurisdiction code and new combined state and local tax rate)

  • Bourbon County (BOUCO) has enacted a new rate of 0.40%, for a total rate of 7.90%. This impacts the following localities:
    • Bronson: (BROBB) 8.9%
    • Fort Scott: (FORBB) 9.4%
    • Fort Scott EMD CID: (FORC1) 10.4%
    • Fulton: (FULBB) 7.9%
    • Mapleton: (MAPBB) 8.9%
    • Redfield: (REDBB) 7.9%
    • Uniontown: (UNIBB) 8.9%

New special districts

  • Ellsworth CID: (ELHC1) 1% special district tax, for a total rate of 9.75%
  • Overland Park Corbin Park CID: (OVEC8) 1.5% special district tax, for a total rate of 10.35%
  • Wichita K-96 Greenwich Star Bond CID: (WICC6) 1% special district tax, for a total rate of 8.5%

Changed special districts

The following districts have changed address ranges:

  • Hugoton Sunrise Hospitality CID: (HUGC1) 10%
  • Wichita K-96 Greenwich Star Bond District: (WICGR) 7.5%
  • Kansas City Race Track STAR Bond: (WYART) 9.125%

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The following special district is no more, as of October 1, 2015:

  • Ellsworth TDD (ELLTD)

It has been replaced by Ellsworth CID (see above). See this Kansas Department of Revenue rate change notice for additional information.

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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.