Yearly events for the Assessor and Taxpayer
January 1 ~ All taxable property is listed and valued based on its status as of this date for the following year's tax roll.
February 2 ~First half of taxes must be received (if paid in installments).
Due by April 15 ~All personal property (equipment and furnishings) must be listed on a Declaration Schedule and returned to the Assessor to avoid penalties.
Due by April 30 ~ Taxes must be received (if paid in whole) to the Treasurer's office.
May 1 ~Taxpayer is notified of valuation of real estate via Notice of Valuation.
May 1 to June 1 ~Assessor hears protests for real property valuations.
June 15 ~ Taxpayer is notified of personal property valuations via Notice of Valuation.
By June 15 ~ Second half of taxes must be received (if paid in installments) to the Treasurer's office.
June 15 to July 1 ~ Assessor hears protests for personal property valuations.
By July 15 ~ Senior Property Tax Exemption form must be completed and returned.
July 15 to August 5 ~County Board of Equalization hears appeals for real and personal
By August 25 ~Valuations are certified to each of the taxing entities in the county.
By December 15 ~ Taxing entities certify levies to the Board of County Commissioners.
By December 22 ~Board of County Commissioners certify tax levies.