Is the annual property tax bill the only tax bill I will receive?
No. There are annual secured tax bills and supplemental tax bills. Article XIIIA of the California Constitution requires reappraisal of property whenever a change in ownership occurs or there is new construction on the property.

A supplemental tax bill represents the additional taxes due resulting from the reappraisal required by Law. A supplemental tax bill is an additional tax liability and must be paid in addition to the annual secured property tax bill.

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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?