Is the County just increasing values to get more tax revenue?

No. The constitutional responsibility of assessing and valuing property falls to the County Assessor. The Assessor is not a taxing authority and cannot levy taxes. The Assessor reports the net assessed valuation to each of the 75 plus taxing jurisdictions within the county. The individual taxing jurisdictions then, based on their individual budgetary decisions, will set tax rates which will then be used to calculate the property tax bill.

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1. Why did I receive this notice of valuation?
2. What does it mean?
3. Does everyone get a notice?
4. What is the full cash value?
5. What is the limited property value?
6. What is the legal classification of property?
7. Why are 2024 values being set now?
8. Why did the full cash value go up?
9. Can the limited property value go up and the full cash value go down?
10. How can the full cash value increase in a depressed market?
11. Is the County just increasing values to get more tax revenue?
12. Did every property owner get the same increase/decrease?
13. How is the full cash value determined?
14. Why did the value go up when I have done nothing to the property?
15. What can I do about the increase?
16. Are my taxes going up?
17. I can’t afford my property taxes. What can I do?
18. What happens if I file an appeal?