warren county missouri kathryn smith - assessor


  • Agricultural Land Values set to decrease for 2019-2020

    Christmas came early for the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association (MCA) after the Missouri Tax Commission voted to not increase property taxes for tillable land and a 7 percent decrease in taxes for pasture ground (classified as grades 5-7). Land classified as grade 8 received a 3 percent decrease.  Read More +

  • Nordwald Selected to Attend Leadership Conference

    Warren County Assessor Wendy Nordwald has been named one of a select group of 23 leaders in county government from across the country to participate in the 15th annual County Leadership Institute (CLI), a rigorous program developed by the National Association of Counties (NACo) and Cambridge Leadership Associates. The institute, held June 3-7 in Washington, D.C., equips county officials with practical leadership strategies as they explore innovative approaches to address key issues facing  Read More +

  • Warren County Earns Opportunity Zone Status

    Governor Eric Greitens and Senator Roy Blunt announce 161 locations now considered Opportunity Zones. The new Opportunity Zones in Missouri were determined by the state.  Officials say these areas will see added incentives for investment thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.  "We've already seen jobs coming back to Missouri as a result of strong conservative reforms. Now I'm proud to share that, because of tax reform, we have a new tool to bring businesses back to the areas that  Read More +

  • Nordwald is Missouri Association of Counties President

    Warren County Assessor Wendy Nordwald is ready to serve as president of the Missouri Association of Counties (MAC). “If there’s a legislative issue, I’m going to be the first to know,” she said. “If there’s something that needs to be addressed, MAC will be there to testify.” For Nordwald, it’s a mission of advocacy that benefits counties and taxpayers.  Read More +

  • Property Taxes on Farmland Set to Rise Next Year

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Missouri farmers will get a larger property tax bill next year under a plan state lawmakers are allowing to take effect. Property taxes paid for Missouri farms are based on the land’s productive value rather than its market value.  Read More +

  • Ag Land Productivity Values Effective 1/1/2015

    View the list of new agricultural productivity values that go into effect in 2015. Also included are the current agricultural land productivity land values that have not changed since 1195.  Read More +

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