Smith County Assessors determine the value of properties and parcels so that the jurisdiction can levy Kansas property taxes. The Assessor's Office maintains current data on every parcel in the district, including records on Smith County property tax assessments, maps of property lines, and inventories of parcels and structures, as well as the value of all the property in the jurisdiction. Smith County Tax Assessors may also keep records on reassessments for construction or improvements and other on-site inspections. Smith County Assessment Offices provide online access to their property assessment records.
Smith County Assessor's Office Smith Center KS 218 South Grant Street 66967 785-282-5100
Smith County Clerks file documents and preserve a range of municipal records in order to maintain an archive for their Kansas municipality. These Smith County tax assessment records are open to the public. The Clerk's Office has a number of records on property assessments, including real estate excise taxes, tax liens on properties, and the Smith County property tax assessment formulas. They also keep records on property transactions, deeds, and titles. Smith County Clerks provide online access to their public property tax records, including documents related to property assessments.
Smith County Clerk Smith Center KS 218 South Grant Street 66967 785-282-5110
Smith County Recorders of Deeds collect public records, primarily documents related to property, and make them available to the Kansas public. The Office of the Recorder of Deeds maintains records on Smith County property tax assessments, including property and parcel surveys, property tax liens, and property valuations. They also record land transactions within the jurisdiction, including deeds, mortgages, and easements. The Smith County Recorder provides online databases for public records access of property assessments.
Smith County Recorder of Deeds Smith Center KS 218 South Grant Street 66967 785-282-5160
Smith County Town Halls and City Halls are the chief administrative office that runs a town or city in Kansas. The Town or City Hall maintains records related to the locality, including property assessment records. These Smith County public assessment records include property value assessments, records of paid and unpaid property taxes, and property tax liens. Town and City Halls also maintain records on land transactions, property sales and transfers, and municipal and zoning boundaries. Property assessment records are available as public records, and many Town and City Halls provide online access to these files.
Lebanon City Hall Lebanon KS 404 Main Street 66952 785-389-1141
Smith County Treasurers and Tax Collectors are responsible for the collection of property tax revenue in Kansas. The Office of the Treasurer and Tax Collector maintains current data on every Smith County parcel , as well as a number of other property tax assessment records. These records include property assessments, defaults on property taxes, lists of sold parcels, and property valuations. The Treasurer and Tax Collector may also maintain information on Smith County property auctions and a property's prior liens or foreclosures. Smith County Treasurers and Tax Collectors provide online databases to access property assessment records.
Smith County Treasurer's Office Smith Center KS 218 South Grant Street 66967 785-282-5170