Appraiser's Office

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Appraiser's Office Annual Property Re-inspections

The Wyandotte County Appraiser’s Office personnel will begin its annual re-inspection of real estate properties beginning the week of June 7th, 2021. This process will continue throughout the summer and into the fall.

Kansas counties are on a six-year cycle of re-inspecting all parcels within the county. This work is required by Kansas State law, K.S.A. 79-1476.

Wyandotte County Appraiser’s Office personnel will be working in teams; reinspection areas are identified below. They will be driving vehicles, as well as wearing badges and apparel identified with the Unified Government logo. Staff will be following current Unified Government COVID-19 safety protocols while conducting onsite inspections. Staff will be checking the listings, measurements, and characteristics of all buildings on each property visited. The listings of vacant land will also be reviewed. They will also interview the property owner or resident, if available. If no one is home, staff will proceed with collecting exterior data and a yellow questionnaire card will be left pertaining to information about the house. If you find one of these cards left at the door, please answer the questions and return it to the County Appraiser’s Office as directed.

This reinspection work is in addition to other routine work such as the review of recent sale properties, parcels having new construction, torn down or destroyed buildings, as well as neighborhood reviews throughout the entire county.

We appreciate the cooperation of the residents as we proceed with our work. If any property owner has questions or wishes to inquire about the inventory of their property, they may contact the County Appraiser’s Office at (913) 573-8400

2021 Personal Property Notice of Values

2021 Personal Property Notice of Values

The County Appraiser’s Office is required per K.S.A. 79-1460, to notify taxpayers of the valuation and classification of their personal property on or before May 1st each year.

If the value notice does not represent the personal property owned by you, you have questions regarding the notice, or you wish to appeal the value/classification, please contact the Wyandotte County Appraiser’s Office at (913) 573-8400

You may also reach us by email at wycoappraiser@wycokck.org to schedule an informal hearing on or before the May 15th, 2021 appeal deadline.

Appraiser’s Office Open with Restrictions  

Due to the need for social distancing, limits to the number of visitors that can access the building will be monitored by security.  Visitors will also be required to have their temperatures taken before being admitted. No person with symptoms, or a fever, will be allowed to enter the building. Visitors are also required to wear masks or face coverings when entering a public building.

We understand these changes are an inconvenience, but the health and safety of our team members and the community is our greatest concern.

Our office can also be reached via the phone at (913) 573-8400 or by emailing us at wycoappraiser@wycokck.org
 
On behalf of the Appraiser’s Office Staff, we wish you and your family health and safety during this difficult time.

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The Appraiser's Office discovers, inspects, evaluates and assigns a market or appraised value and classification to all taxable and exempt property in the County and otherwise implements all State laws, including administrative rules and regulations set by the Kansas Department of Revenue, Property Valuation Division. The resulting taxable assessed values become the total base of the County. The Appraiser's Office defends those values when they are appealed and will recommend adjustment, if necessary. The County Appraiser also administers all matters relating to the exemption of property and the filing of tax grievances by taxpayers.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE APPRAISAL PROCESS CHECK OUT THE VIDEOS BELOW.

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Department Head

County Appraiser: Kathy Briney