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2019 Property Tax Statements due by December 20

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 2019 Tax Statements have been mailed and should arrive in mailboxes next week,” said Greg Baldwin, division director of Treasury and Taxation.

The first half real estate and personal property taxes are due on or before Friday, Dec. 20, 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. For those taxpayers who pay their statements directly, there will be a return payment stub at the bottom of the statement

Please note that the 'SCH CAPITAL OUTLAY' taxes levied by your local school district are no longer showing in 2019 as a separate taxing authority record on your tax statement.  These funds will now be included in your school district’s ‘UNIFIED’ funds.  These changes were made for reporting purposes only.

Taxpayers have several convenient options to pay their taxes:

  • Online - Through the website, taxbill.jocogov.org, tax payments may be submitted electronically using the eCheck option for only $0.50 per transaction, or by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, and Discover) for a 2.4% fee per transaction.
  • By Mail – Taxpayers can mail a check along with the payment stub to PO Box 2902, Shawnee Mission, KS 66201.
  • In-Person - Taxpayers can make a payment at the office location, 111 S. Cherry St., Suite 1500 in Olathe. Forms of payment accepted at the office include cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover card (payment by credit/debit card includes an additional 2.4% service fee).

“We encourage taxpayers to pay online or by mail for fast and efficient payment processing,” Baldwin said. “Our goal is to simplify the payment process for Johnson County residents. Online payment from a checking account is less than the price of a stamp.”

There are many other services online that may be helpful this tax season. Taxpayers may view an electronic version of their tax statement and print off tax receipts once their payment has been processed. They may also find important tax forms and find the answers to many questions through the Frequent Questions page.

Media Contacts

Lori Sand
Senior Public Information Officer
Office: 913-715-8572
Cell: 816-560-6713

Jody Hanson
Director of Public Affairs and Communication
Office: 913-715-0730
Cell: 913-626-5482