Della Rowley - Appraiser
501 N Washington - Ground Floor
Wellington, KS 67152
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8am to 5 pm
E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Now you can file your Sumner County Personal Property on-line!
**Available for Individual and Commercial Accounts**
**Taxpayers can file 24/7 with the ability to add new items, correct existing items and flag items to delete**
**System maintains audit of all changes**
**Eliminates the worry of forms being lost in the mail**
**Convenient and User Friendly**
**You will be able to view the rendition year round for reference**
**To use the system you must first enroll. Once your enrollment information is submitted, you will receive an email giving you your password**
To Enroll Click on Online Filing at the top of this page and either call the Office at the number provided or send an email as instructed.
Are you going to spend a minimum of $5000 to Build or remodel your residential, commercial or industrial property in Sumner County? Check out the Neighborhood Revitalization Plan before you get started.
The Neighborhood Revitalization Plan is intended to promote the revitalization of the area of Sumner County through the rehabilitation, conservation or redevelopment of the area in order to protect the public health, safety or welfare of the residents of the County.
Construction of an improvement must have been commenced on or after July 1, 2004 the effective date of enactment of the tax rebate program. An application for rebate must be filed within 60 days of the issuance of a building permit. No building or remodeling can begin until the application for rebate has been filed with the appraiser’s office and a picture of the property has been taken. Pictures prior to rehabilitation projects will be taken by the County Appraiser’s Office. Pictures of new construction prior to beginning project will be taken by either the County Appraiser’s Office or the County Planning and Zoning Office. There must be a minimum investment of $5000 for residential, commercial and industrial property.
Go to the NRP Section of this Web site to get a complete explanation of the plan and to download the NRP forms.
Send mail to email@example.com with questions or comments about this web site.
Last modified: Jan. 7th, 2004