Sedgwick County Tax Payment History (Kansas)

A Treasurer & Tax Collector Office in Sedgwick County collects taxes and disburses the funds, which can include property taxes, business taxes, and other local taxes such as sale taxes and use taxes. These Kansas records can include a number of tax payment records, including property tax payment documents, unpaid taxes, delinquent taxes, and any tax liens or foreclosures. The Treasurer & Tax Collector may also have Sedgwick County tax records on back taxes owed and tax payment plans. These records can show individual or business tax payment histories as well as personal information for businesses, residents, and property owners who pay taxes. They may also include the taxes owed for any resident or business. Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices may provide online access to their Sedgwick County tax payment history records.

Sedgwick County Treasurer's Office Wichita KS 525 North Main Street 67203 316-660-9127


A Clerk Office in Sedgwick County maintains public records for a county or local government, which typically includes Kansas vital records as well as a number of tax-related documents. These Sedgwick County tax payment histories include property tax payments, property appraisal values, business taxes, and other local taxes. The tax records at the Sedgwick County Clerk Office list any unpaid taxes, delinquent taxes, back taxes, tax liens, and foreclosures for any property, business, or resident. They also maintain historical tax records and information on property owners, business owners, and other residents who must pay local Sedgwick County taxes. The Clerk Office may provide online access to their tax payment history records.

Cheney City Clerk Cheney KS 131 North Main Street 67025 316-540-3622

Goddard City Clerk Goddard KS 118 North Main Street 67052 316-794-2441

Haysville City Clerk Haysville KS 200 West Grand Avenue 67060 316-529-5900

Sedgwick County Clerk Wichita KS 525 North Main Street 67203 316-660-9222

An Assessor Office in Sedgwick County is responsible for determining the appraisal value of all taxable property within its jurisdiction. This is a central step in calculating Kansas property taxes. Assessors maintain a number of documents related to tax payments, including property tax assessments, property appraisals, and records of Sedgwick County property tax payments. These property tax histories can include unpaid property taxes, delinquent taxes, tax liens, and foreclosures for any property or owner. The Sedgwick County tax records at the Assessor Office may go back decades, listing property values and tax payments, and they often include information on the current and former owners, the property's size and location, and property boundaries and buildings. These Sedgwick County tax payment history records may be available through the Assessor Office website.

Sedgwick County Assessor's Office Wichita KS 4035 East Harry Street 67218 316-660-9250


An IRS Office in Sedgwick County is a local branch of the federal Internal Revenue Service. It provides Kansas taxpayer assistance services such as help with basic tax law, processing individual tax identification number applications, and offering individualized tax services. Sedgwick County IRS Offices can also accept tax returns and tax payments, help individuals set up a payment plan, and resolve IRS problems. They keep tax records that show federal tax payments, income tax information, and tax deductions, including Sedgwick County tax payment history information, but some records may only be available to the person named in the document. Sedgwick County IRS Offices may provide access to certain tax records and taxpayer services on their website.

Wichita Kansas IRS Office Wichita KS 271 West 3rd Street North 67202 316-352-7401