Need to track down your Kansas county property tax account number?
While each county has multiple forms -- and perhaps slight differences -- in their identifying information, the property tax account number is typically synonymous with the parcel number or parcel ID, especially when it comes to real estate property.
Though the identifying information may be similar, the place to find and pay your property taxes online will differ based on the county you live in.
- Smith and Shawnee County residents can use iKan to pay their property taxes.
- Additionally, Wyandotte County users can make property tax payments and more using PayIt’s myWyco application.
PayIt does not currently have a platform for residents outside of these three counties to make payments online, but many county websites have searchable databases where residents can find their property tax account numbers.
Find my Shawnee County property tax account number
You can look up your Shawnee County property on iKan through the Parcel ID/Doc #, Statement Number, Property Address, or Owner ID #/Taxpayer ID #.
If you don’t know this information, you can find your property tax account number on this website. Users can search using their name, property address, and other criteria.
Once you locate your property tax information, you can pay any and all available bills on iKan.
Find my Wyandotte County property tax account number
There are two places to locate property tax information for Wyandotte County. First, the Wyandotte County Appraiser’s office offers several different search options on their database. In addition, this WyCo website allows users to search for property with a variety of information including name, address, and subdivision.
Once you locate your property, you can make a payment on myWyco by clicking on Property Tax from the dashboard.
Find my Harvey County property tax account number
Harvey County residents can search for their property tax information on the Appraiser website using a variety of criteria.
Once you find the necessary information for your property, click “find property” under the property tax section on iKan to complete your tax payment.
Find my Smith County property tax account number
For real estate property, Smith County provides a parcel search database where residents can find out more information about their property.
For personal property, assessment sheets are mailed out each January. If you did not receive one, please contact the Appraisal Department at 785-282-5100.
You can locate your property on iKan using the Tax ID, Statement Number, or Owner Name.