McPherson County Appraiser's Office

Joseph Pennycuff -  County Appraiser



Online Appeal Form 

Trend Study for 2024 Valuation Year

Valuation notices are mailed March 1st.  Please review and decide if you agree with the market value. If not, you can appeal the value by scheduling an appointment within 30 days with our office via:

 • Email using the online appeal form above 
 • Visiting our office in the lower level of the Courthouse, 
  • By calling 620-241-5870.

 Evening and phone hearings are available for those who cannot come in during regular business hours. 

 Oil and Gas renditions are due by April 1. 
 Please contact our office with any questions about rendition filing.


          The above email can be used to request appraisal information
          or ask questions of our staff. 
          Emails will be answered as soon as possible, or within three business                      days. E-mails received after 4:30 may be answered the following day.

                      Real Estate Sales Information

The County provides sales information on our Real Estate Website Portal. 
You can request access to sales if you qualify under Kansas statutes.
Please ask for Shayla. 620-241-5870

 For Commercial Real Estate questions please contact Tiffany 
For Personal Property questions please contact:
Individual and Commercial: Kimber 
For Oil and Gas questions please contact:


The Appraiser’s Office is responsible for the appraisal of all residential and
commercial real estate, personal property, and oil and gas in the county. This
office also provides GIS mapping services for the public as well as county, city,
state and federal offices.
 Disclaimer: The data contained on this site is for informational purposes only.
If there is a question as to the validity of the data, further research with the
Appraiser’s office is necessary. Information is updated annually at the time of
certification to the County Clerk. Sales are updated quarterly. Any taxpayer may
request sales information within their classification if they are considering an
appeal of their property.
 Sales: In order to verify information on sales that occur in the county, buyers,
sellers, and agents are called by our staff. Questions about the sale will include
how marketed, conditions of the sale agreement, and condition of property at the time of sale. Additional questions will be asked about the property and a field inspection will follow by appraisal field staff. We thank you for your cooperation.
The County Appraiser’s office does not create value. Value is determined by market transactions. The values established by our office are a reflection of what is happening in the market place. The appraiser has the legal duty to analyze all sale transactions and appraise properties in accordance with such transactions.