How is my tax bill determined?

Your tax bill is based on the value of your property.  The current tax rate is expressed in dollars per $1,000 of assessed value.  If your assessed value is $200,000 and the current tax rate is $14.32, your annual tax would be $2,864 (200,000 multiplied by .01432).

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1. How can I change the mailing address on my bill?
2. How is my tax bill determined?
3. What are the total real estate taxes and balance due on a property?
4. When are real estate and personal property taxes due?
5. When are excise tax bills issued?
6. Do I need to pay an excise tax bill for a vehicle I no longer own?