Treasurer informs taxpayers of statements being mailed

Press Release

NEWKIRK — Kay County Treasurer Christy Kennedy would like to inform county residents that the 2020 ad valorem tax statements have been mailed.

For everyone’s safety, they are asking that only three visitors be inside the treasurer’s office at one time, with masks encouraged. They appreciate everyone’s patience at this difficult time, and are here to serve everyone. so please contact this office with any questions or concerns.

An option to pay taxes online at www.kaycounty.org is available at no additional charge when using eCheck. If paying by credit or debit card, an additional fee will be charged by the credit card processing company. Instructions for paying in the office, by mail or on-line are included in each mailed envelope.

At least half of the taxes must be paid before Jan. 1, 2021 to avoid being delinquent and the second half is due before April 1, 2021t. The most important thing to remember when making a half payment is to retain the middle portion of the tax statement. Taxpayers will need that portion to make their second half payment. Taxpayers who mail their tax payment and wish to receive a receipt should include a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Property owners whose monthly mortgage payment includes their property taxes will not receive a statement. The statement goes to the company holding their mortgage when the mortgage company requests it. All other taxpayers who do not receive a statement, and feel they should have, should contact the Kay County Treasurer’s office.

Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The phone number for the treasurer’s office is (580) 362-2523. You can contact Christy Kennedy by e-mail at [email protected]or Rhonda Stephens by e-mail at [email protected]

 

 

Press Release

NEWKIRK — Kay County Treasurer Christy Kennedy would like to inform county residents that the 2020 ad valorem tax statements have been mailed.

For everyone’s safety, they are asking that only three visitors be inside the treasurer’s office at one time, with masks encouraged. They appreciate everyone’s patience at this difficult time, and are here to serve everyone. so please contact this office with any questions or concerns.

An option to pay taxes online at www.kaycounty.org is available at no additional charge when using eCheck. If paying by credit or debit card, an additional fee will be charged by the credit card processing company. Instructions for paying in the office, by mail or on-line are included in each mailed envelope.

At least half of the taxes must be paid before Jan. 1, 2021 to avoid being delinquent and the second half is due before April 1, 2021t. The most important thing to remember when making a half payment is to retain the middle portion of the tax statement. Taxpayers will need that portion to make their second half payment. Taxpayers who mail their tax payment and wish to receive a receipt should include a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Property owners whose monthly mortgage payment includes their property taxes will not receive a statement. The statement goes to the company holding their mortgage when the mortgage company requests it. All other taxpayers who do not receive a statement, and feel they should have, should contact the Kay County Treasurer’s office.

Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The phone number for the treasurer’s office is (580) 362-2523. You can contact Christy Kennedy by e-mail at [email protected]or Rhonda Stephens by e-mail at [email protected]

 

 

 

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