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A tax area code is a four-digit code used by the Assessor to designate which tax authority districts a property is located within. A Tax Authority District is a self-governing subdivision of the state created to provide services that are not already provided by another district or jurisdiction. These districts are listed as "Tax Authority" on the property tax bill. These tax authorities include school and city districts, as well as any other taxing district.
Please contact the tax authority district directly.
Each year property valuations are assessed based on statutory formulas and mandates. Based on those valuations, the districts will calculate their levy accordingly and inform the County of their levies. As a result of determining the levy, a tax authority district tax rate may change from year to year. Also, each year the Assessor reviews properties in relation to the districts and corrects any discrepancies or boundary changes submitted by the districts. Occasionally, a tax district that had not previously assessed taxes to properties will begin to assess taxes for the current tax year.