Johnson County releases valuation and tax levy information

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Amy Meeker-Berg, Johnson County Clerk, today released valuation and tax levy information for the 2023 Johnson County budgets.

The 2022 mill levies and valuations are available on Treasury, Taxation and Vehicles' Tax Reports webpage.

Growth in Johnson County increased 9.93% over the previous year. Total valuation as of October 31, 2022, the value used for setting the levies, was $13,477,229,751 compared to $12,260,371,273 on the November 2021 abstract.

The following is a breakdown of the total valuation:

  • The real estate valuation in Johnson County increased 10.12%. The valuation of real estate in the county is $13,098,549,174 on October 31, 2022, compared to $11,894,714,344 in 2021.
  • The personal property valuation decreased 12.93%. Personal property valuation on October. 31, 2022, was $62,980,060 compared to $72,330,549 in 2021.
  • State assessed utilities, certified by the Kansas Department of Revenue, increased 7.63% to $315,700,517 on October 31, 2022, compared to $293,326,380 in 2021.
  • Since 2022, $40,000 of appraised value for qualifying residential parcels of real estate and some mobile homes are exempt from the school finance levy.

The County Clerk has the responsibility of examining the budgets to verify that each fund is within the statutory tax levy limitations and then establishes the mill levies to raise the ad valorem tax to be levied.

For more information, please contact us at [email protected].

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