I received two bills but I only have one property. Why?

Primary, 1st & 2nd sub

  • If your new home was completed mid-year and assessed after April, you may receive a "Subsequent Occupancy" in addition to the "Real Property" billing issued in November, which represents tax on the land. When the home is completed and occupied, the home value is prorated and taxes are billed on a "Subsequent/ Occupancy" tax roll. 
  • Substituent bills are late entries to the tax roll and may not be coded for billing directly to your mortgage company. If your mortgage company will be paying the bill, please forward it to them immediately. 
  • If you own a business you may receive a real property tax bill for the land and buildings as well as a business personal property tax bill on furniture, fixtures and equipment used in your business. 
  • If you own a manufactured home and the land it resides on, you will receive separate bills for the home and the land, unless you have declared your mobile home Real Property. Forms are available at the Assessor’s office.

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1. When do tax bills go out & when are they due?
2. Will I be sent reminder notices?
3. How and where do I pay my taxes?
4. What if my property tax payment is late?
5. I received two bills but I only have one property. Why?
6. What is an occupancy tax?
7. Are there any tax relief programs available to homeowners?
8. Can I make partial payments or get a head start on future years' taxes?
9. What are e-notices and how do I sign up?
10. What is the assessment notice I received from the Assessor's office & how does is relate to my taxes?
11. How do I change the mailing address on my property tax bill?