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Please call the Assessor’s Office at 520-866-6361 to verify if form is on file.
Yes, you would need to file a Notification of Arizona Residential Rental Property Form (PDF). We can mail you the form or you can download it.
This office does not handle privilege tax information. Please contact the City Hall where your property is located.
The Assessor must rule on all appeals no later than August 15. If your request has been denied, you may file an appeal with the County Board of Equalization.
A parcel number, abbreviated as APN (Assessor Parcel Number), is a unique descriptor used to identify assessed property within Pinal County. Information about the ownership, characteristics, and valuation of each piece of land is reordered and tracked by parcel number. Each year, a list of parcel numbers and their corresponding values is provided to the Treasurer's Office for use in generating the appropriate tax bill for each piece of taxable land.
The Pinal County APNs usually appear as one continuous string (20049047A) but actually have 4 parts (200-49-047-A). These four sections are given the following designation:
A map of each parcel is created by our Cartography Division and saved on the Pinal County Assessor website. This map is also accessible on the county Geographic Information System (GIS) map.
Each parcel is associated with a Tax Area Code. The Tax Area Code for a parcel can be found by completing a look-up at Assessor Parcel Search or Assessor Parcel Viewer. Once a parcel has been located, the Tax Area Code is listed in the description of the property. Click the Tax Area Code value to view rates.
Tax Area Code information is also available on the Treasurer Parcel Inquiry Site and can be found by completing a Parcel Search. When a parcel has been selected, select the "Valuations" menu option to display the Assessor Valuation information to find the Tax Area Code. Select the Tax Area Code value to view rates.
Tax Levies and Rates can be found at the Budget Office.