When will I receive my assessment postcard and tax information?

Postcards are mailed to property owners the end of January. This statutory requirement is intended to inform property owners of their assessment for the current tax year. 
Postcards are now WHITE NOT GREEN
Are mailed to notify you what your ASSESSMENT is for the current year.  
They are NOT to be used for income tax purposes. 
The tax amount shown on the card is how much was BILLED to the PROPERTY not the individual owner. 
That amount billed on the post card DOES NOT reflect if you received a homestead rebate or a Senior PTR or if you paid any interest. 
For the exact amount you were billed and paid please refer to Property Tax and Sewer Look Up Information
                            Put your address in the search box
                           Your assessment will be reflected on the left hand side and the amounts billed and paid for each quarter will be beneath that in the middle of the page. 

If a property owner does not agree with their assessment, they may file an appeal. The appeal deadline is April 1st.

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1. Is anyone exempt from paying property taxes?
2. When will I receive my assessment postcard and tax information?
3. How do I file a tax appeal?
4. What is revaluation?