Fire Department Sales Tax Approved

Yesterday, Kansas City voters approved a 0.25% sales tax increase to pay for facility upgrades and equipment the Kansas City Fire Department has said that it needs. The tax is estimated to raise $21 million over fifteen years.

Kansas City, Missouri Fire Department Sales Tax
100% reporting
✔Yes 55%19,157
No 45%15,919
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