Taxes

Pottawatomie County’s tax structure makes it a great community for businesses of all types to invest in. For more information please follow the links the left. 

The assessed valuation of tangible property (real, utilities, and person) in Pottawatomie County has followed a positive trend in the recent decade. Tangible property values in Pottawatomie County recently underwent a notable increase of over $94 million in between 2018 and 2019, according to the 54th edition of the Kansas Statistical Abstract. 
Tangible Property Valuation County wide

Source: Kansas Statistical Abstract (46th-53rd editions) (Kansas University Institute for Policy & Social Research, 2012-2020).