When will I receive a bill for my real estate taxes?

Tax notices (bills) are mailed in August each year and are due on September 1st but payable until January 5th (the next business day if the 5th falls on a weekend) of the next year to avoid legal action. Partial payments are accepted prior to the delinquent date. Interest begins January 5th at a rate of 2% and increases by 3/4% each month thereafter. Delinquent taxes are subject to immediate garnishment, foreclosure, or seizure of property. Unpaid taxes are advertised between the months of March and April.

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1. When will I receive a bill for my real estate taxes?
2. Where and how can I pay my taxes?
3. How Are Taxes Determined?
4. What Is Taxable Property?
5. What Is Revaluation And Why Have It?
6. How is my value determined?
7. What if I Disagree with my property value?
8. Are There Any Exemptions or Special Programs?
9. My vehicle value is too high, how do I appeal?
10. What if I buy and or sell property during the year?
11. When is the Annual Required Listing Period?