What is an Assessment Change Notice and why is it important?
The Assessment Change Notice is mailed to all property owners during the first two weeks of February. This notice indicates the prior year and current year Assessed and Taxable Values as well as the status of your Principal Residence Exemption. Included with this notice are the meeting dates and times of the Tax Board of Review. Also, this notice should be saved, as the Taxable Value for the current year must be listed on your State Income Tax Return for the following year.Sample Assessment Change Notice (PDF).

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1. What characteristics about my property are maintained by the City?
2. What is an Assessment Change Notice and why is it important?
3. What is the responsibility of the Board of Review and why do they meet at various times of the year?
4. The Board of Review denied my assessment appeal. What can I do now?
5. When do I need to file a Property Transfer Affidavit?
6. What is the Principal Residence Affidavit and what happened to the homestead exemption?
7. I plan on moving out of my residence. Do I need to let the City know?
8. When are my property taxes due?
9. I pay my property taxes through my mortgage company. What happens when I pay off my mortgage?
10. I'm a senior citizen on a fixed income. My neighbor told me that I may be able to defer my summer property tax payment. Is there such a program?