Cass County native Chris Molendorp was elected Collector of Revenue on November 6, 2018. Mr. Molendorp is a 1987 graduate of Raymore-Peculiar High School and was educated at Texas Christian University and the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in 1991. He and his wife Teri have five children and live in Belton. He is an Eagle Scout and a member of the NRA. Chris and and his wife attend Hope Chapel in Lee's Summit.
The Collector serves as the central property tax billing office for Cass County's local political subdivisions like cities and villages, school districts, fire and ambulance districts, and the library and hospital boards. These local entities elect their board members during April elections and determine their tax levies independently.The Collector has no legal authority to raise or lower levies set by these independently elected boards. Contact your locally elected officials if you have concerns about your property tax levy.
Mr. Molendorp's goals are: control operational costs through new technology; offer taxpayers new and more convenient ways to pay; expand the monthly payment program; and to design an easy to understand, taxpayer friendly payment website.
2022 Cass County Tax Lien Sale Monday, August 22nd, 2022 10:00 AM outside on the north steps
of the historic Cass County Courthouse
102 E Wall Street, Harrisonville
Bidders are required to register IN PERSON and BEFORE the day of sale at the Collector's office, 2725 Cantrell Road, Harrisonville. Bidder registration will begin Tuesday, July 12, 2022 and will end Friday, August 19, 2022 at 4:30PM 2021 Tax Sale Final Report General Tax Sale Information
2022 Holiday Closing Schedule
January 1st-New Year's Day Monday, January 17th-Martin Luther King, Jr Friday, February 11th-Lincoln's birthday Monday, February 21st-President's Day Monday, May 9th-Harry Truman Day Monday, May 30th-Memorial Day Monday, July 4th-Independence Day Monday, September 5th-Labor Day Monday, October 10th-Columbus Day Friday, November 11th-Veterans Day November 24th & 25th-Thanksgiving Monday, December 26th-Christmas