Taxing Entities and Rates Information

Property tax rates are set each year by local taxing jurisdictions within the limits set by the Missouri Constitution and laws.  Rates are based on the revenues that had been permitted for the prior year with an allowance for growth based on the rate of inflation. Projected revenue needs for the current taxable year are divided by assessed valuation of the taxing jurisdiction with values from new construction and improvements, and any increments in real property valuation, held aside. The resulting tax rate becomes the permitted rate for the year if it falls within the ceiling permitted for that entity.

Taxes are levied against property based on the maximum rates as determined by voters, collected by the collector and then distributed back to the taxing entities. In other words, the Randolph County Collector bills and collects property taxes on behalf of the taxing entities within the county.

The total tax rate is based on your property location and applicable taxing entities.