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Kansas sales tax rate changes, January 2017


 New local sales tax rates hit Kansas, January 1, 2017.

Updated 12.27.2016

Numerous local sales and use tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in Kansas on January 1, 2017. Affected locations are listed below with new combined state and local tax rates.

City rate changes

  • Horton: 9.5%
  • Jetmore: 9.15%
  • Oswego: 9.25%
  • Rolla: 8.5%
  • St. John: 8.5%
  • Stockton: 9.5%
  • Valley Falls: 9.5%

County rate changes

  • Brown County: new rate of 7.5% due to a 1% increase, which also affects the following cities:
    • Everest: 7.5%
    • Fairview: 7.5%
    • Hamlin: 7.5%
    • Hiawatha: 8.5%
    • Hiawatha Hotel CID: 10.5%
    • Horton: 9.5%
    • Morrill: 7.5%
    • Powhattan: 7.5%
    • Reserve: 7.5%
    • Robinson: 7.5%
    • Sabetha: 8.5%
    • Willis: 7.5%
  • Rawlins County: new rate of 7.5% due to a 1% increase, which also affects the following cities:
    • Atwood: 7.5%
    • Herndon: 7.5%
    • McDonald: 7.5%

Special district rate changes

  • Chanute Santa Fe Ave CID: a 1% rate increase, bringing the new rate to 9.75%
  • Cunningham CID: a 2% rate increase, bringing the new rate to 10.25%
  • Topeka Cyrus Hotel CID: a 1% rate increase, bringing the new rate to 10.15%

Special district address range changes:

Address ranges in the following special districts change, effective January 1, 2017:

  • Kansas City Schlitterbahn CID: 11.125%
  • Kansas City Schlitterbahn STAR BOND: 9.125%

Additional information, including reporting codes and special district address ranges, is available from the 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.