How do I find my Assessment rate for my property?

Article 11 in the Constitution of the State of Kansas lays out the assessment rate for each type of property within the State of Kansas. The table below are the most common property classes and their assessment rates in Geary County. You may also find this table on the back of your Valuation Notice that is sent to your mailing address every year.

RReal Property used for residential purposes including apartments and condominiums11.5%
FResidences on farm home sites11.5%
ALand devoted to agricultural use30%
AImprovements on land devoted to agricultural use25%
VVacant lots12%
NReal property owned and operated by not-for-profit12%
CReal property used for commercial and industrial purposes25%
OAll other rural and urban real property30%
ETax exempt property0%

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1. Why is property taxed in Kansas?
2. What does my County Appraiser do?
3. How does the county’s appraisal affect my taxes?
4. Will the value of my property change every year?
5. At what value is my home appraised for property tax purposes?
6. How does the County Appraiser determine market value?
7. Does the County Appraiser visit my property?
8. If I bought my house last year, shouldn’t the value be the same as what I paid for it a year ago?
9. When will I be notified of the value of my property?
10. What can I do if I believe the value of my home is too high?
11. What is the mill levy?
12. How do I calculate the property taxes on my home?
13. When are property tax bills sent an when should they be paid?
14. Do I qualify for a homestead property tax refund?
15. Can I have someone else protest my value for me?
16. Where can I find the current Tax Levies for my area?
17. Why is the County Appraiser's Office asking me for my income and expense information and am I required to give it to them?
18. How do I find my Assessment rate for my property?