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The state levies a 7% sales tax, 2% of which is returned to the municipality on all sales within the corporate limits of the municipality. Additionally, the city has a 2% food and beverage tax and a 2% hotel/motel tax.
For more information, visit the Mississippi Department of Revenue website.
A Privilege License is a license allowing a person to do business in Oktibbeha County for a profit. Please contact the Tax Assessor / Collector's office at 662-323-1273 for more information.
Property tax facts, as well as information on Homestead and other exemptions, may be obtained from the Tax Office.
Details about Property Assessment and an online Property Tax Search are also available.
Residential Mississippi license plates may be obtained throughout the year from the Tax Office in the Oktibbeha County Courthouse. Residents have 30 days after establishing residency to secure car tags.