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The Assessor's office can provide a rough estimate of the tax amount based on the purchase price of the property and using the last year's millage rate. The following example demonstrates how tax amounts are figured. For the current tax amount on a property or to determine if the taxes are current, we urge you to contact the Kay County Treasurer's office at 580-362-2523.
Property taxes are an important source of revenue for local schools, vocational education, libraries, and city and county government. Generally, local schools receive the largest share of the property tax. Here is a listing of the 2017 tax levies for Kay County.
I-71 PONCA CITY
I-2 (NOBLE) RURAL
D-50 PONCA CITY
J-11 KAW CITY
I-4 (NOBLE) RURAL
Make sure the deed has been filed for the property. Then, if this is your primary residence, come to the Assessor’s office to file homestead exemption and/or the 100% Disabled Veteran’s Exemption at any point throughout the year which will be applied to the qualifying year. Additional homestead exemption or the senior valuation freeze can only be filed, if applicable, between January 1 and March 15.
The Assessor’s office gives the County Treasurer’s office value assessments for each property. The County Treasurer’s office then determines the tax dollar amount based on the current year’s millage levy and mail a statement to the taxpayer in November. Payments can be made in full by January 1st or can be made in two payments with the first half to be paid before January 1st and the remainder to be paid before April 1st. Taxes may be paid in the Treasurer's office at:Kay County Courthouse201 S Main StreetNewkirk, OK 74647
You can also contact the Treasurer’s office for other payment methods. For other questions regarding tax statements, amounts, escrow, etc. please contact the treasurer’s office at 580-362-2523.
To move or transfer ownership of a manufactured home, an Oklahoma Manufactured Home Certificate (OTC form 936) must be completed. To complete this form, the Assessor's office requires the title for the manufactured home, the home's current location, the new location, if being moved, and the name and address of new owner, if being sold. The taxes for the manufactured home will have to be prepaid for the current year as well as any delinquent taxes.
You may either contact our office at 580-362-2565 and we can tell you over the phone or subscribe to our online property search database. Learn more about the property search database.
Yes, it is important to let us know if the property has changed. If an improvement is made to the structure on the property or if the structure on the property has been damaged by flood, fire, or storm, the property tax could be adjusted.
If the assessed value of a property increased, by law, the Assessor's office is to mail a Change of Assessment Notice to the property owner. These notices are mailed out March 1st and the property owner has 30 calendar days from the date on the notice to file a protest. You also have 30 extended days to apply for homestead, additional homestead and the senior valuation freeze, if applicable. If the value of the property stayed the same or went down, a notice will not be mailed to the property owner.
You can always contact us by phone, come into the office to get the protest form, or you may look on the Oklahoma Tax Commission's website for the protest forms. When our office receives the informal protest, we will have 5 days to respond with our decision. After that if you are still in disagreement with our values you have 10 days to file a formal protest with the Board of Equalization, which you do by calling Kay County Clerk's Office at 580-362-2537.