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Kansas sales tax rate changes, April 2017


 New sales tax rates coming to Kansas in April 2017.

Numerous local sales and use tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in Kansas on April 1, 2017.

Cities with rate changes, with new combined rates:

  • Burrton, 9.5%
  • Dearing, 8.5%
  • Edna, 9.75%
  • Hiawatha, 9.00%
    • Hiawatha Hotel CID, 11.00%
  • Howard, 8.5%
  • Luray, 10.50%
  • Manhattan (PT), 8.95%
  • Manhattan (RL), 8.95%
    • Manhattan Flint Hills Discovery Center STAR Bond North, 8.95%
    • Manhattan Flint Hills Discovery Center STAR Bond South, 8.95%
    • Manhattan Flint Hills South TDD, 9.45%
    • Manhattan Marketplace TDD, 9.45%
    • Manhattan McD’s Addition TDD, 9.45%
  • Mullinville, 8.50%
  • Rolla, 9.50%
  • Stafford, 9.50%
  • Thayer, 8.75%
  • Towanda, 8.75%
  • Yates Center, 9.50%

Counties with rate changes, with new combined rates:

  • Ford County, 7.65%
  • Johnson County, 9.975%
  • Sumner County, 7.50%
  • Thomas County, 8.00%

Special district rate changes, with new combined rates:

  • August Comfort Inn CID (2.00%), 10.75%
  • Hays Extended Stay Hotel Partners 2 CID (1.00%), 9.75%
  • Hays Extended Stay Hotel Partners CID (2.00%), 10.75%
  • Hays Investors CID (1.00%), 9.75%
  • Hays Investors CID and Hays TDD (1.00%), 10.50%
  • Kansas City Rainbow Village Hotel CID (1.25%), 10.375%
  • Kansas City Speedway STAR Bond, 9.125%
  • Kansas City US Soccer STAR Bond, 9.125%
  • Manhattan Blueville Addition TDD (0.5%), 9.45%

Special purpose districts with address changes:

  • Kansas City Race Track STAR Bond, 9.125%
  • Kansas City Schlitterbahn STAR Bond, 9.125%

Special purpose districts to be terminated effective April 1, 2017:

  • Manhattan Limey Pointe (PT) TDD, 8.95%
  • Manhattan Limey Pointe (PT) TDD, 8.95%

Additional information, including affected localities within counties and address ranges for special purpose districts, is available at 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.