By January 2 of each year the county assessor determines the market value and classification of your property, based on prevailing market conditions and how your property is used. You receive this notice in March. This notice describes in detail the appeal process if you have question or concerns about your assessment.
The Proposed Property Tax Notice:
That annual assessment is then used to calculate your Proposed Property Tax for the following year. You receive your proposed property tax notice (also called a Truth-in-Taxation notice) in November. This notice shows your proposed property tax if the taxing jurisdictions approve the budgets and tax levies they are considering. Once they approve those budgets and tax levies, your property tax is finalized. There also may be Truth-in-Taxation meetings scheduled where you can voice questions or concerns about budgets, tax levies, and your tax.