What if I do not receive my annual property tax bill?
Annual tax bills are mailed 1 time each year by November 1. Since the bill contains payment stubs for both installments, this is the only tax bill regularly mailed by the Tax Collector's Office.

Depending on when your ownership change is placed on the tax roll, the annual tax bill could be sent either to the previous owner or to you, the new owner. If you do not receive the annual tax bill from either the Tax Collector or the previous owner, print a copy of the tax bill from our webpage.

Remember, failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the responsibility for payment, nor does it constitute any cause for cancellation of penalty, interest, or cost charges!

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1. When are property tax bills mailed?
2. Who determines the amount of my property taxes?
3. Why are delinquencies highest among new property owners?
4. What if I do not receive my annual property tax bill?
5. Who provides the address shown on the property tax bill?
6. How do I change the address where my tax bill is mailed?
7. How do I apply for a homeowner's exemption?
8. Is the annual property tax bill the only tax bill I will receive?
9. How does a supplemental tax bill affect me?
10. Why am I getting two supplemental tax bills?
11. What if I have other questions?