How are taxes determined?
Property taxes are figured by multiplying the assessed value of your property (as determined by the assessor’s office) by the mill levy which is set by the various taxing entities. The Treasurer’s Office collects these taxes and distributes the monies to the taxing entities. Remember: Taxes due are for the previous year.

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1. How are taxes determined?
2. Payment – When? Where? How?
3. What if I am late in paying my taxes?
4. Do I lose my property if it goes through tax sale?
5. What if I do not receive a bill?