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Tax and Property Information

2015 Property Tax Statements and Value Notices Have Been Mailed

2015 Property Tax Statements and Value Notices have been mailed. The property tax statement shows the amount of property tax you will pay on your property in 2015, and the value notice shows the market value of your property for taxes payable in 2016. Copies of these documents are available for online lookup.

For property tax questions, call 651-266-2222.
For special assessment questions, call 651-266-2000.

Valuation Questions & Appeal

If you believe there is an error in your 2015 valuation, now is the time to question or appeal. It will be too late to appeal when proposed 2016 taxes are mailed in November. The first step in the process is to contact the Assessor's Office about your question or concerns at 651-266-2131.

If you still have questions after speaking with the Assessor's Office, you may attend an Open Book meeting in April at the Property Records and Revenue building. Open Book meetings will be held April 6 from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. and April 7 and 8 from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. If you plan to attend the Open Book meeting, please call 651-266-2131 to set up an appointment.

Please note that no adjustment to the estimated market value of your property can be made without an interior inspection.

Learn more about informal and formal appeal options.





Other News & Information:

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Mortgage Foreclosure Information- Mortgage foreclosures are legal actions taken in relation to real estate, as opposed to personal property. Foreclosure affects homeowners and renters. Learn more about what resources and programs are available.


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