Real Estate Assessments

Each year, the Office of Real Estate Assessments appraises each parcel of real estate in the City to assess its estimated fair market value. These values are used by the Department of Finance to bill for and collect the real estate tax, which accounts for 58 percent of the City's annual revenue.

Page updated on May 4, 2017 at 11:38 AM

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Important Dates in 2017

January 1 Effective date of assessments
February 14 2017 Real Property Assessment Information presented to City Council 
February 15 Assessment notices mailed to property owners
February 21 City Manager presents proposed FY 2017 Budget to City Council
March 13 Budget Public Hearing
March 15 Deadline to request review of January assessment
April 17 Deadline to  request tax relief for the elderly and disabled 
April 22 Public Hearing on Tax Rates
May 1 Deadline for filing 2016 Income and Expense Surveys 
May 4 City Council set real estate tax rate
Early May Real estate tax bills mailed to owners
June 1 Deadline to request Appeal of January assessment
June 15 Deadline to pay first half of real estate tax due, regardless of review or appeal
November 15 Deadline to pay second half of real estate tax due

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