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Tax Calendar for Personal Property

Value Notice Information

The county appraiser's office mails a Notice of Appraised Value to all personal property owners in Pratt County notifying them of the appraised value of their personal property as of January 1. The value notice identifies the property, classification of property (individual or commercial personal property), the appraised value, and the assessed value for the current year and prior year. It also includes instructions on how to appeal the appraisal.

Appraised property values are determined from the accurate listings provided by the owner earlier in the year.

Important Dates

Renditions mailed to commercial property owners who are registered with the appraiser's officeJanuary 1
Renditions due back to county appraiserMarch 15
Oil and gas renditions due back to county appraiserApril 1
Notices of Appraised Value mailed to property owners indicating current year appraised valueMay 1
Deadline to appeal current year valueMay 15
Appraiser certifies appraisal roll to county clerkJune 15
Tax bills mailed to property ownersAfter November 1
Tax bills dueDecember 20

Penalty Schedule

The following penalties are as required by K.S.A. 79-1422 and 1427a. The oil and gas penalty schedule is moved forward 15 days for each component of the schedule.

Date FiledPenalty Amount
March 16 - April 155%
April 16 - May 1510%
May 16 - June 1515%
June 16 - July 1520%
July 16 - March 1425%
After March 15 of the following year50%
  1. Pratt County

  1. 300 S Ninnescah

  1. Pratt, KS 67124

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