Our property taxes fund our streets, community services, libraries, schools, drainage districts, and community college but each of these functions are managed by different jurisdictions. Each taxing jurisdiction in Wyandotte County collects property taxes to support their mission.
With increasing property values, the amount of money all taxing jurisdictions expect to collect in 2024 will increase, without any additional taxes. By state law, when the governing body anticipates that it will exceed the revenue neutral rate, i.e. it will take in more money than the past year, it must hold a public hearing for the community to weigh in and provide feedback.
The following chart outlines the upcoming hearing dates for each of the taxing jurisdictions that touch Wyandotte County residents. To look up which jurisdictions impact you, please lookup your address here.
Various venues - please see the breakdown for your respective taxing jurisdictions.
You are invited to share your feedback and input via our public hearings. Whether providing written comments in advance of the meeting or attending in-person, the Unified Government has created this short guide to providing your input. Check it out!
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