Important Dates

July

Beginning of the fiscal year.

August

Property taxes for the current fiscal year are certified.  Annual property tax & special assessment statements are mailed to property owners.

September

The first half installment of property tax is due September 1st, payable by September 30th (when the last day of September is a Saturday or Sunday the payable date is extended to include the first business day of October). September 30th is also the last day to file for the low-income property tax reduction on mobile homes, and the last day to file a special assessment claim for elderly and disabled persons with limited incomes.

October

Outstanding first half installments of property tax become delinquent and begin to accrue late interest at the rate of 1.5% per month (rounded to nearest dollar) with a minimum of one dollar. If the first half installment of property tax remains unpaid by the 15th of the month, a tax sale certificate holder may pay subsequent delinquent taxes on properties with outstanding tax sales for which they hold a certificate.

November

None.

December

None.

January

Senior Citizen/Disabled Credit and Rent Reimbursement forms become available. Qualified individuals can apply between January 1st and June 1st.

February

Notices are mailed to property owners with outstanding property taxes from the first half installment, due the previous September, to advise them that the taxes are delinquent and are still owed.

March

The second half installment of property tax is due March 1st, payable by March 31st (when the last day of March is a Saturday or Sunday the payable date is extended to include the first business day of April).

April

Outstanding second half installments of property tax become delinquent and begin to accrue late interest at the rate of 1.5% per month (rounded to nearest dollar) with a minimum of one dollar. If the second half installment of property tax remains unpaid by the 15th of the month, a tax sale certificate holder may pay subsequent delinquent taxes on properties with outstanding tax sales for which they hold a certificate.

May

Notices are mailed to property owners with outstanding property taxes from the first and/or second half installments to advise them that the taxes are delinquent and are still owed.

June

June 1st is the last day to file Senior Citizen/Disabled Credit forms. The annual County Tax Sale is held the third Monday in June (the County Treasurer may designate a different date for the sale if necessary) for payment of outstanding property taxes, mobile home or manufactured home taxes, special assessments, weed assessments, drainage taxes, and rates and charges by third party investors. The Fiscal Year ends June 30th.