Delinquent Personal Property Taxes

Per Kansas statute, personal property taxes become due in full if the 1st half is not paid by December 20. Interest accrues daily on the full amount until paid. Delinquent tax notices for unpaid 1st half taxes are mailed in February and a treasurer fee is assessed to the outstanding taxes and accrued interest. If the taxes are not paid within 14 days of receipt of the notice, Sheriff Warrants are issued.

Delinquent tax notices for unpaid 2nd half taxes are mailed in June, and a treasurer fee is assessed to the outstanding taxes and accrued interest. If the taxes are not paid within 14 days of receipt of the notice, Sheriff warrants are issued. Delinquent tax listings are printed in the newspaper in October. Once the delinquent taxes are listed in the newspaper, a publication fee is due in addition to the outstanding taxes, treasurer fee, and accrued interest.

Unpaid Tax Warrants


All unpaid personal property tax warrants are turned over to the District Court on October 1st , and a court fee becomes due in addition to the outstanding taxes, treasurer fee, publication fee, and accrued interest