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Welcome to the Finney County Appraiser's Office
Real Estate Appraisers
Annual Property Inspections underway
The Finney County Appraiser's Office is mandated by K.S.A. 79 – 1476 to re-inspect all real property every six years. The purpose of this inspection is to verify that our data is current and represents the property accurately. The Appraiser’s Office physically inspects approximately 17% of the real property located in Finney County, Kansas each year.
Finney County Appraiser's Office personnel can be identified by Finney County photo identification badges and will be driving vehicles marked with Finney County logo.
Other routine work will continue throughout Finney County, such as the review of recent sale properties and parcels with building permits.
Property owners with questions may contact the Finney County Appraiser's Office at 620-272-3517.
Personal Property Appraisers
2022 Personal Property Value Notices
Finney County Personal Property Appraisers have sent out 2022 Value Notice for all personal property in Finney County on May 1st, per statue K.S.A. 79- 1460. If you have not received yours please contact our office at 620-272-3517.
If the property owner believes the appraised value or classification is incorrect, the time frame in which to file an informal equalization appeal is May 1, 2022 through May 15, 2022. Property owners may call 620-272-3517 to schedule an appeal or ask questions.
Property owners who do not appeal within that timeframe will have the opportunity to file an appeal when the pay their taxes in December this year, or second half payment in May 2023.
If you would like to report your personal property please click HERE for online reporting.
Don't forget to report your personal property for tax year 2022 deadline of March 15th has passed in order to avoid a higher penalty.
CHANGES- Antiques that are title only or have a tag heavier than a 12M will now be on the Finney County tax roll and therefore need to be reported.