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Johnson County to accept partial payments for 2019 second half taxes

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic impacts on our community, Johnson County Government will begin accepting partial payments on second-half real estate and personal property taxes due on or before May 11. There is no minimum payment, but any remaining balance will begin to accrue interest on May 12. Partial payments only apply to the second half of 2019 property taxes. Please visit our Frequent Questions page for more details.

2019 Second Half Property Taxes Due May 11, 2020

The Johnson County Treasury and Financial Management department has begun mailing the 2019 second half real estate and personal property tax statements to Johnson County taxpayers. The second half real estate and personal property taxes are due on or before Monday, May 11, 2020. If the taxes are paid by a mortgage company, you will not receive a second half tax statement.

Treasury and Financial Management offices are closed to the public beginning Wednesday, March 25

Due to continued efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community, please note the Treasury and Financial Management department will be closed to the public as of March 25, 2020 concurrent with Johnson County Public Health Officer’s Stay at Home Order. For the full list of closures and services impacted, please view this press release.  If that length of time changes, we will notify the public.

2019 Property Tax Statements Due by December 20, 2019

The Johnson County Treasury and Financial Management department has begun mailing 206,510 real estate and 18,070 personal property tax statements to Johnson County taxpayers. The first half real estate and personal property taxes are due on or before Friday, December 20, 2019, and the second half taxes are due on or before Monday, May 11, 2020. The real estate tax statement contains a comparison section between this year’s and last year’s tax breakdown. If the taxes are paid by a mortgage company, the statement will say “THIS IS NOT A TAX BILL” at the bottom.

TFM offers guidance on 2018 property tax questions

Johnson County Treasury and Financial Management has been fielding questions about pre-paying 2018 property taxes. On Wednesday, the IRS clarified that only taxes that have been assessed in 2017 and paid in 2017 will be deductible. For Johnson County, that means taxpayers can pre-pay their May 2018 second-half tax installment in 2017 but taxpayers cannot pay the tax bills that will be assessed in November 2018.

New $5 fee to be charged at Motor Vehicle in 2017

Effective January 1, 2017 Johnson County will be charging an additional fee of $5 on title and registration, specialty and personalized plate and update registration transactions at our motor vehicle offices.  County Treasurers are authorized to charge this fee per K.S.A.