Kansas sales tax changes

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Kansas sales tax changes effective July 1, 2019

New sales and use tax rates take effect in the following cities, counties, and special jurisdictions on July 1, 2019. The rates listed below include the state sales tax rate of 6.5%.

City Old Rate Rate Change New Rate
Benton 7.50% +1.00% 8.50%
Caney 9.25% +0.25% 9.50%
Grandview Plaza 9.750% -1.00% 8.75%
Pretty Prairie 8.00% +0.50% 8.50%
Waverly 6.50% +1.00% 7.50%
County Old Rate Rate Change New Rate
Reno 8.00% -0.50% 7.50%
       
Special District Old Rate Rate Change New Rate
Roeland Park Center CID 10.225% -1.000% 9.225%
Kansas City Village West  – East End TDD 9.225% -0.100% 9.125%
Kansas City Sporting CID 10.225% -0.100% 10.125%
Goodland Holiday Inn Express CID *     11.000%
Lenexa City Center Area E CID *     10.350%
Overland Park Mission Farms West TDD *     10.100%
Pittsburg Northgate Plaza CID *     9.900%
Salina Downtown STAR and Downtown CID *     9.750%
*New district      

For additional details, including jurisdiction codes, see the Kansas Department of Revenue.

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Numerous sales and use tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in Kansas on January 1, 2018. Please see the Kansas Department of Revenue for special district address ranges and reporting codes.

City rate changes

City County Old Rate Rate Change New Rate
Herington Dickinson County 9.50% -1.00% 8.50%
Herington Morris County 9.50% -1.00% 8.50%
Merriam Johnson County 9.225% +0.25% 9.475%
Mission Woods Johnson County 7.975% +1.00% 8.975%

New special tax districts

Special tax districts in Kansas raise revenue for community improvement (CID), transportation development (TDD), and more. As of Jan. 1, there will be seven new community improvement districts. They’re listed below with the special district tax rate (in parentheses) and the total combined rate:

Special District Old Rate Rate Change New Rate
Edwardsville Village South CID  9.00% +1.00% 10.00%
El Dorado Red Coach Inn CID  7.75% +2.00% 9.75%
Lansing Speedway CID  8.95% +1.00% 9.95%
Olathe Station CID  9.475% +1.000% 10.475%
Olathe Ridgeview Marketplace CID  9.475% +1.000% 10.475%
Topeka SE 29th St CID  9.15% +1.00% 10.15%
Wichita Downtown Hilton CID  7.50% +1.50% 9.00%

Numerous local sales and use tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in Kansas October 1, 2017. Additional information about Kansas sales and use tax is available at Kansas Sales Tax Rates.

In addition to the rate changes listed in the tables below, the following two special districts with address changes will have new sales tax rates:

  • Harper County CID sales tax rate changed to 8.5%
  • Harper County Downtown Anthony CID sales tax rate changed to 9%

City rate changes

City County New Rate
Lansing Leavenworth County 8.95%
Oswego Labette County 9.50%
Pittsburg Crawford County 9.00%
Pittsburg TDD Crawford County 9.30%
     

New special tax districts

Special tax districts in Kansas raise revenue for community improvement (CID), transportation development (TDD), and major development projects (STAR bond and/or Intermodal). Address ranges for each special district are precise and listed, along with jurisdiction codes, on the Kansas Department of Revenue website.

Special District New Rate
Dodge City McDonalds 9.15%
Edgerton – Kansas City Intermodal Facility 8.98%
El Dorado Holiday Inn Express CID 9.75%
Leavenworth Downtown Hotel CID 11.50%
Leavenworth First City Hotel CID 11.50%
Lenexa Candlewood Suites CID 10.35%
Lenexa Holiday Inn CID 10.35%
Liberal IHOP CID 11.25%
Kansas City Northwest Speedway (American Royal) STAR Bond 1 9.13%
Kansas City Northwest Speedway (American Royal) STAR Bond 2 9.13%

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

In addition, there will be several new special tax districts, each of which will levy a special sales and use tax for a specific purpose, such as community improvement (CID) or transportation development (TDD). Local taxes are in addition to the state rate of 6.5%.

City County New Rate
Ozawkie Jefferson County 8.50%

The sales tax rate in Kingman County will increase to 8% and the sales tax rate in Stevens County will increase to 7.5%. This will impact the cities listed in the table below. We've listed the new combined tax rate for each city.

City County New Rate
Cunningham Kingman County 9.00%
Cunningham CID Kingman County 11.00%
Hugoton Stevens County 9.00%
Hugoton Sunrise Hospitality CID Stevens County 11.00%
Kingman Kingman County 9.00%
Moscow Stevens County 9.50%
Nashville Kingman County 8.00%
Norwich Kingman County 8.00%
Penalosa Kingman County 8.00%
Spivey Kingman County 8.50%
Zenda Kingman County 8.00%

New special tax districts

Special District New Rate
Chanute Love’s Travel Stop CID 10.75%
Coffeyville Holiday Inn CID 11.50%
Derby Field Station STAR Bond 8.00%
Dodge City Leisure Development CID 9.65%
El Dorado CID 8.75%
Emporia Pavilions CID 9.50%
Lenexa Midas Springhill Suites CID 10.35%
South Hutchinson Love’s Travel CID 9.75%

Special districts with rate and address changes

  • Hays Extended Stay Hotel Partners 1 & 2 CID and Hays TDD, 11.5%
  • Hays Extended Stay Hotel Partners 2 CID and Hays TDD, 10.5%
  • Hays Investors CID and Hays TDD, 10.5%
  • Hays TDD, 9.5%

Special districts with address changes

  • Dodge City Heritage Area STAR Bond, 8.65%

Additional information, including reporting codes and addresses for special districts, is available at the Kansas Department of Revenue. Address ranges for special tax districts are incredibly specific. They may only include even addresses along a portion of a road, or only odd addresses, or even addresses along one road but odd addresses along another. Special tax jurisdictions are one reason sales and use tax compliance is so challenging, especially for remote sellers or businesses with multiple locations.


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.

City County New Rate
Burrton Harvey County 9.50%
Dearing Montgomery County 8.50%
Edna Labette County 9.75%
Hiawatha Brown County 9.00%
Howard Elk County 8.50%
Luray Russell County 10.50%
Manhattan (PT) Pottawatomie County 8.95%
Manhattan (RL) Riley County 8.95%
   Manhattan Flint Hills Discovery Center STAR Bond North Riley County 8.95%
   Manhattan Flint Hills Discovery Center STAR Bond South Riley County 8.95%
   Manhattan Flint Hills South TDD Riley County 9.45%
   Manhattan Marketplace TDD Riley County 9.45%
   Manhattan McD’s Addition TDD Riley County 9.45%
Mullinville Kiowa County 8.50%
Rolla Morton County 9.50%
Stafford Stafford County 9.50%
Thayer Neosho County 8.75%
Towanda Butler County 8.75%
Yates Center Woodson County 9.50%

The following counties in Kansas will have new sales tax rates on April 1, 2017.

County New Rate
Ford County 7.65%
Johnson County 9.975%
Sumner County 7.50%
Thomas County 8.00%

Special district rate changes, with new combined rates effective April 1, 2017.

Special District New Rate
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 by contacting the Kansas Department of Revenue


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%

Several local sales and use tax rate changes are set to take effect in Kansas on October 1, 2016.

Rate changes

The City of Salina will increase the local sales and use tax rate by 0.35%, for a new combined rate of 8.75%. Due to this change, the rate in the Salina S&B South Ninth Community Improvement District (CID) will jump to 10.75%.

New special district

A new special district comes into being on October 1. The Olathe Santa Fe Square CID will have a rate of 1%, for a total tax rate of 10.225%. It covers odd addresses between (and including) 13505 and 13519 S Mur-Len Rd.

Additional information, including street addresses for the Salina S&B South Ninth CID, is available here.


Numerous local sales and use tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in Kansas on July 1, 2016.

City rate change

The rate for the City of Ottawa is changing, bringing the combined state and local rate to 9.6%. The city rate change also affects two special districts in Ottawa (listed below with their new combined rates):

  • Ottawa Center CID, 9.9%
  • Ottawa South 59 TDD, 10.6%

New special districts

Beginning July 1, there will be several new special districts (community improvement district, STAR bond, and/or transportation development district), which are listed below with the district rate and the combined state and local rate:

  • Dodge City Heritage Area STAR Bond, 9.15%
  • El Dorado Days Inn Hotel CIT (2%), 9.75%
  • Great Bend Holiday Inn Express CID (2%), 10.25%
  • Kansas City Legends Apartment CID & Race Track STAR Bond (0.60%), 9.725%
  • Kansas City Legends Apartment CID & Village West TDD (1.2%), 10.325%
  • Kansas City Legends CID & TDD (1.2%), 10.325%
  • Westwood Woodside CID (1.1%), 9.825%

Special district address changes

Address ranges in the following special districts are changing effective July 1:

  • Kansas City Legends TDD, 9.725%
  • Kansas City Race Track STAR Bond, 9.125%
  • Kansas City Village West – West End TDD, 9.725%

Additional information, including special district address ranges, is available through the Kansas Department of Revenue.


Update, 2.8.2016: The Kansas Department of Revenue has posted the following correction on its website: 

Effective 01/01/2016 - CORRECTION: The local sales tax rate for the city of Shawnee and the two special districts found within will not change on January 1, 2016 as previously indicated in the Department of Revenue Pub. KS-1700 or in Notice EDU-96.

Several local rate changes will take effect in Kansas on January 1, 2016.

The new combined rates for each tax jurisdiction are listed parenthetically below.

City rate changes

  • City of Shawnee: 9.225%  corrected rate, 9.350%
    • Shawnee Plaza TDD: 10.225%  corrected rate, 10.125%
    • Shawnee Ten Quivira Plaza CID: 9.725%  corrected rate,  9.850%

New special districts (special district tax rate)

  • Dodge City McDonalds CID: (0.5%), 9.65%
  • Lenexa City Center East: (1%), 10.10%
  • Liberal CID (2%), 11.25%
  • Salina S&B South Ninth CID (2%), 10.4%
  • Wichita Kellogg and West CID (1%), 8.5

Special district address changes

  • Wichita K-96 Greenwich Star Bond CID, 8.5%
  • Wichita K-96 Greenwich Star Bond District, 7.5%

Additional information, including jurisdiction codes, is available on the Kansas Department of Revenue website.


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%

Xed

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.


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%.


Dozens of sales tax rate changes take effect in Kansas on April 1, 2015.

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

  • Eureka, 9.15%
  • Hoisington, 7.90%
    • Hoisington Cheyenne Bottoms CID, 9.90%
    • Hoisington Kindscher CID, 8.40%
    • Hoisington Subway CID, 9.90%
  • LaHarpe, 8.40%
  • Melvern, 8.15%
  • Shawnee, 9.00%
    • Shawnee Plaza TDD, 10.00%
    • Shawnee Ten Quivera Plaza CID, 9.50%
  • Wellington, 8.65%

County changes (listed with new combined rates and affected cities)

  • Dickinson County (enacts new rate of 0.50%), 7.65%
    • Abilene, 8.75%
    • Carlton, 7.65%
    • Chapman, 8.65%
    • Enterprise, 7.65%
    • Herington (DK), 10.15%
    • Hope, 7.65%
    • Manchester, 7.65%
    • Solomon (DK), 7.65%
    • Woodbine, 7.65%
  • Gove County (existing 0.75% rate expires), 7.15%
    • Gove City, 7.15%
    • Grainfield, 7.15%
    • Grinnell, 7.40%
    • Oakley (GO), 7.65%
    • Park, 7.15%
    • Quinter, 7.15%
  • McPherson County (enacts new rate of 0.50%), 7.65%
    • Canton, 7.65%
    • Galva, 8.65%
    • Inman, 7.65%
    • Lindsborg, 9.15%
    • Marquette, 7.65%
    • McPherson, 8.65%
    • Moundridge, 8.65%
    • Windom, 7.65%
  • Rooks County (enacts new rate of 0.50%), 6.65%
    • Damar, 6.65%
    • Palco, 6.65%
    • Plainville, 8.65%
    • Stockton, 8.15%
    • Woodston, 6.65%
    • Zurich, 6.65%
  • Smith County (enacts new rate of 1.00%), 8.15%
    • Athol, 8.15%
    • Cedar, 8.15%
    • Gaylord, 8.15%
    • Kensington, 8.15%
    • Lebanon, 8.15%
    • Smith Center, 9.15%

There are also numerous new special districts, which include Community Improvement, Transportation Development, and Star Bond Districts. And there are changes to address ranges in existing special districts. Please see State and Local Sales/Use Tax Rate Changes Effective April 1, 2015 for specifics, including jurisdiction codes for the changes listed above.


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