(2019 Mills for 2020 Budget)
|102.329-120.086 (Based on school district)|
Corporate Income Tax
(For business income only within state boundaries)
|4.00% of net income, with a 3.00% surtax on net income over $50,000|
Individual Income Tax
(Tax year 2019, resident, married, joint)
|3.1% on taxable income not over $30,000;
If taxable income is over $30,000 but less than $60,000, then $930 plus 5.25% of excess over $30,000
If taxable income is over $60,000, then $2,505 plus 5.75% of excess over $60,000
Overland Park collects sales tax on the purchase of tangible goods and services. Almost half of the city’s annual current revenue is from sales taxes.
Overland Park Sales Tax
|State of Kansas General Tax||6.5%|
|Johnson County General Tax||0.5%|
|Johnson County Public Safety Tax||0.25%|
|Johnson County Stormwater Tax||0.1%|
|Johnson County Public Safety Capital & Operations Tax||0.25%|
|Johnson County Education Research Triangle Tax||0.125%|
|Johnson County Courthouse Tax||0.25%|
|City of Overland Park General Tax & Street Improvement Tax||1.125%|
*The sales tax rate may vary at certain areas which have been designated as Transportation Development Districts.
Property taxes are the lowest of any first-class city in Kansas. Overland Park is able to provide top-notch services and amenities while still keeping the property tax rate low.
|2019 Mills for 2020 Budget|
|Location||Blue Valley||Shawnee Mission||Olathe|
|City of Overland Park||13.557||13.557||13.557|
|Johnson County Parks & Recreation||3.090||3.090||3.090|
|Johnson County Library||3.904||3.904||3.904|
|Johnson County Community College||9.121||9.121||9.121|
|State of Kansas||1.500||1.500||1.500|
To calculate your local property taxes, visit the Overland Park Property Tax Calculator
*Property taxes are assessed through a mill levy. One mill is equivalent to $1 for every $1,000 of assessed property value. Assessed property value is 11.5% of appraised (market) value for residential properties and 25% for commercial properties. Appraisal value of properties is available online at the Johnson County Appraiser's Office.
Corporate taxes are 4% of net taxable income plus 3% surtax on taxable income above $50,000. As of January 1, 2013, non-wage income tax was eliminated for limited liability corporations, subchapter-S corporations and sole proprietorships.
|Resident, Married, Joint||2019 Tax Year Rates|
|Taxable Income not over $30,000||3.1%|
|Taxable Income over $30,000 but not over $60,000||$930 plus 5.25% of excess over $30,000|
|Taxable Income over $60,000||$2,505 plus 5.75% of excess over $60,000|
|Resident, Others||2019 Tax Year Rates|
|Taxable Income not over $15,000||2.7%|
|Taxable Income over $15,000 but not over $30,000||$465 plus 5.25% of excess over $15,000|
|Taxable Income over $30,000||$1,252.50 plus 5.75% of excess over $30,000|
Source: Kansas Department of Revenue