What does my annual property tax bill tell me?
The annual property tax bill identifies the following:
  • The property location and description
  • The assessed value of the property
  • The amount and type of exemption, if applicable (e.g. Veteran’s, Homestead, etc)
  • The amount of taxes due on the first and second installments, as well as the total property tax due for that year; the city’s fiscal year is July 1 through June 30
  • A breakdown of the types of taxes being collected (i.e. municipal and county)

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1. I have recently purchased property. What are my responsibilities as far as taxes are concerned?
2. When are annual tax bills mailed?
3. When are supplemental tax bills mailed?
4. Will I receive a tax bill if I pay my taxes through an escrow account?
5. What does my annual property tax bill tell me?
6. Where can I pay my taxes?
7. What happens if I fail to pay my taxes on time?
8. Are exemptions and assistance programs available to property owners to help defray the amount of taxes due?
9. What documents do I need to bring with me if I am registering a new/used car?