Property Tax Notices
Each year, property taxpayers receive two mailings for each property they own. You will receive mailings via U.S. mail, unless you've chosen to receive them electronically through enotices.
The first mailing is sent in mid-March and includes the tax statement and the value notice:
- Tax statement: Provides the amount of taxes due for the first and second half of the year. The property tax amounts show the breakdown of property taxes by major governmental authority or tax program, including a breakdown of special assessments or service charges.
- Notice of valuation and classification (value notice): Used to determine what taxes you will pay for next year.
The second mailing is sent in November and contains the proposed tax notice, which provides the proposed tax amounts for the following year and meeting information on proposed levies and budgets.