Missouri Sales Tax Rate Changes, July 2013

Many Missouri localities will add use taxes in July 2013.

Many Missouri localities will add use taxes in July 2013.

The Missouri Department of Revenue has published a list of localities that will have a sales and use tax rate change, effective July 2013.

Bollinger County will impose a local use tax of 1 5/8%, the same rate as the county sales tax. Cities in Bollinger County include:

  • Arab;
  • Gipsy;
  • Glenallen;
  • Grassy;
  • Leopold;
  • Marble Hill;
  • Patton;
  • Scopus;
  • Sedgewickville;
  • Sturdivant; and
  • Zalma.

Buchanan County will impose a local use tax of 1 1/10%, the same rate as the county sales tax. Buchanan County localities include:

  • Agency;
  • Dearborn;
  • De Kalb;
  • Easton;
  • Faucett;
  • Gower;
  • Lewis and Clark Village;
  • Rushville;
  • St. Joseph (has also extended its existing 1/2% city capital improvements sales tax);
  • St. Joseph Cook Crossings CID;
  • St. Joseph East Hills CID;
  • St. Joseph Downtown CID; and
  • St. Joseph Downtown CID and Gateway TDD.

Camden County will impose a local use tax of 1 1.4%, the same rate as the county sales tax. Camden County localities include:

  • Camden County Cam-Mo Ambulance District;
  • Camden County Greenview CID and Cam-Mo Ambulance District;
  • Camden County Ozark Bar-B-Que CID and Cam-Mo Ambulance District;
  • Camden County Pulaski County Ambulance District;
  • Camden County Toad Cove Complex CID and TDD;
  • Camden County Toad Cove Resort CID and TDD;
  • Camdenton and Camdentown American Center CID;
  • Climax Springs;
  • Hillhouse Addition;
  • Hurricane Deck;
  • Lake Ozark;
  • Laurie;
  • Linn Creek;
  • Montreal;
  • Osage Beach Dierbergs Osage Beach TDD;
  • Osage Beach Osage Station TDD;
  • Osceola Township;
  • Richland;
  • Roach;
  • Stoutland;
  • Sunrise Beach;
  • Village of Four Seasons; and
  • Village of Four Seasons Horseshoe Bend Pedestrian TDD.

Cooper County will impose a local use tax of 1 3/4%, the same rate as the county sales tax. Cooper County localities include:

  • Cooper County Hall Ridge CID;
  • Bellair;
  • Blackwater;
  • Boonville and Boonville Riverfront TDD;
  • Bunceton;
  • Otterville;
  • Pilot Grove;
  • Pleasant Green;
  • Prairie Home;
  • Windsor Place and Windsor Place CID; and
  • Wooldridge.

Dallas County will extend the 1/2% county sales tax for E-911 to the sale of domestic utilities. Cities located in Dallas County include:

  • Buffalo;
  • Long Lane;
  • Louisburg;
  • Plad;
  • Tunas;
  • Urbana; and
  • Windyville.

Howard County will impose a local use tax of 2 5/8%, the same rate as the county sales tax. Cities located in Howard County include:

  • Armstrong;
  • Fayette (will also add a local use tax of 1 1/8%, the same rate as the city sales tax);
  • Franklin;
  • Glasgow (will also add a local use tax of 1 3/4%, the same rate as the city sales tax);
  • New Franklin; and
  • Roanoke.

Moniteau County will impose a local use tax of 1%, the same rate as the county sales tax. Cities in Moniteau County include:

  • California;
  • Clarksburg;
  • Fortuna;
  • High Point;
  • Jamestown;
  • Latham;
  • Lupus;
  • McGirk;
  • Sandy Hook; and
  • Tipton.

Morgan County will impose a 1% local use tax, the same rate as the county sales tax. Localities in Morgan County include:

  • Morgan County Cam-Mo Ambulance District;
  • Morgan County Mid Mo Ambulance District;
  • Barnett;
  • Florence;
  • Gravois Mills;
  • Laurie;
  • Rocky Mounty;
  • Stover;
  • Sunrise Beach;
  • Syracuse; and
  • Versailles.

Perry County will impose a local use tax of 1 7/8%, the same rate as the county sales tax. Cities in Perry County include:

  • Attenburg;
  • Belgique;
  • Brazeau;
  • Crosstown;
  • Farrar;
  • Frohna;
  • Lithium;
  • Longtown;
  • McBride;
  • Menfro;
  • Perryville (will also impose a local use tax of 1 7/8%, the same rate as the city sales tax);
  • Uniontown; and
  • Wittenburg.

Putnam County will impose a local use tax of 2%, the same rate as the county sales tax. Putnam County cities include:

  • Livonia;
  • Lucerne;
  • Powersville;
  • Unionville; and
  • Worthington.

Randolph County will impose a local use tax of 1%, the same rate as the county sales tax. Randolph County tax jurisdictions include:

  • Cairo;
  • Clark (will also impose a 2% local use tax, the same rate as the city sales tax);
  • Clifton Hill;
  • Higbee;
  • Huntsville (will also impose a 1 1/2% local use tax, the same rate as the city sales tax);
  • Jacksonville;
  • Moberly and Moberly Crossing CID;
  • Renick; and
  • Roanoke.

Sullivan County will impose a local use tax rate of 1 3/4%, the same rate as the county sales tax. Cities in Sullivan County include:

  • Browning;
  • Green Castle;
  • Green City;
  • Harris;
  • Humphreys;
  • Milan;
  • Newtown;
  • Osgood;
  • Pollock;
  • Reger; and
  • Winigan.

Warren County will impose a 1 1/2% local use tax, the same rate as the county sales tax. Tax jurisdictions in Warren County include:

  • Warren County Hermann Area Ambulance District;
  • Dutzow;
  • Foristell;
  • Innsbrook;
  • Lake Sherwood;
  • Marthasville;
  • Treloar;
  • Truesdale;
  • Warrenton; and
  • Wright City.

The City of Marshall will impose a local use tax of 1 1/2%, which is the city sales tax rate.

Monroe City (which straddles Marion County, Monroe County and Ralls County) will impose a local use tax of 2%, the same as the city sales tax.

Pevely will increase the domestic utility rate by 1%.

Pierce City will expire the existing 1/4% city fire protection sales tax.

The City of Slater will impose a 2% local use tax, the same rate as the city sales tax.

Blue Parkway and Colbern Road CID will add a 1% district sales tax. Part of the district is located in Lee’s Summit (in Jackson County).

North Broadway Carrie CID will add a 1% district sales and use tax. Part of this district is located in the city of St. Louis.

Plaza East CID, which includes a portion of Kansas City (Jackson County) will impose a district sales and use tax of 1%.

Farris Family TDD, which includes a portion of the city of St. Robert, will increase the district sales tax by 1/2%, to 1%.

Glenwood-Watson TDD, which includes a portion of the city of Crestwood (T2), will rescind its 1% district sales tax.

Highway 141/67 TDD, which includes a portion of the city of Arnold, will impose a 1% district sales tax.

Lake of the Woods TDD, which includes a portion of the city of Columbia, will increase its district sales tax to 5/8% (up from 1/2%).

North Outer Forty TDD, which is fully overlapped by the Chesterfield Valley TDD and includes a portion of the city of Chesterfield, will impose a 5.8% district sales tax.

Southtown TDD, which includes a portion of the city of St. Louis, will impose a 1% district sales tax.

Tremont Square TDD, which includes a portion of Kansas City (Platte County) will impose a 1/5% district sales tax.

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