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Missouri Sales Tax Rate Changes, April 2016


 Missouri local sales tax rates, April 2016.

Local sales tax rates in Missouri are changing as of April 1, 2016.

The following localities are extending the taxes listed below:

  • Cole Champ: 0.5% city public mass transportation sales tax (also applies to the city’s local use tax)
  • Columbia: 0.25% city storm water/local parks sales tax
  • Ozark County: 0.5% county law enforcement sales tax
  • Putnam County: O.5% county capital improvements sales tax (also applies to domestic utilities and the county’s local use tax)
  • Ralls County: 0.5% county additional sales tax (also applies to the county’s local use tax)
  • St Charles County: 0.5% county capital improvements sales tax (also applies to the county’s local use tax)
  • Washington County: 0.5% county capital improvements tax (also applies to domestic utilities and the county’s local use tax)

Reducing taxes

The localities listed below are discontinuing or expiring the following taxes:

  • Clinton: expiring its 0.5% city capital improvements sales tax (also applies to sales of domestic utilities) and the 0.25% city storm water/local parks sales tax (both changes apply to the city’s local use tax)
  • Monett: rescinding the 0.25% city capital improvements sales tax but imposing a 0.5% city public mass transportation sales tax, so there is an overall rate increase of 0.25%

Increasing taxes

The following localities are imposing the following new taxes:

  • Campbell: 0.5% city public mass transportation sales tax and a 0.5% city capital improvements sales tax, for a total rate increase of 1%
  • Fair Play: 0.5% city public mass transportation sales tax and a 0.5% city capital improvements sales tax (both also apply to sales of domestic utilities), for a total tax rate increase of 1%
  • Florissant: 0.25% city miscellaneous sales tax
  • Marshall: 0.5% city additional sales tax (also applies to the city’s local use tax)
  • Mayview: 1% city sales tax
  • Miner: 0.5% city capital improvements sales tax on domestic utilities.
  • Monett: 0.5% city public mass transportation sales tax; however the 0.25% city capital improvements sales tax is rescinded, so there is a total rate increase of 0.25%
  • Richmond Heights: 1.5% local option use tax (same as city’s sales tax rate)
  • Sikeston: 0.5% city capital improvements sales tax
  • Wayne County: local option use tax of 1.5% (same rate as the county’s sales tax)

Special district rate changes

  • 10100 Watson Road Community Improvement District is imposing a 1% district sales and use tax
  • 1831/2000 Sidney Street Transportation Development District is imposing a 1% district sales tax (includes a portion of the city of St. Louis and fully overlapped by the 1831/2000 Sidney Street Community Improvement District)
  • Branson/Lakes Area Tourism Community Enhancement District is extending the 1% district sales tax
  • Business Loop Community Improvement District is imposing a 0.5% district sales and use tax (includes a portion of the city of Columbia)
  • Hilltop Village Center Community Improvement District is imposing a 1% district sales and use tax (includes a portion of the city of Eureka)
  • Mid Rivers Commons Community Improvement District is rescinding its 1% district sales and use tax (includes a portion of the city of Cottleville)
  • Monett Marketplace Community Improvement District is imposing a 1% district sales tax (includes a portion of the city of Monett in Barry County)
  • Noland Fashion Square Community Improvement District is imposing a 1% district sales and use tax (includes a portion of the city of Independence in Jackson County)
  • Ritter Plaza Community Improvement District is imposing a 1% district sales and use tax (includes a portion of the city of Lee’s Summit in Jackson County)
  • St Peters Hotel Community Improvement District is imposing a 1% district sales and use tax (includes a portion of the city of St Peters)
  • Tuscany Village Project 1 Community Improvement District is imposing a 1% district sales and use tax (includes a portion of the city of St. Joseph)

Additional information, including local codes, is available at the Missouri 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.