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Important Notice: Deadline for the Secured Tax Bill - Blue Form 🔵

In order to ensure a smooth start to the 2023-2024 annual tax season, make a note of the upcoming deadline. The first installment of your annual tax bill, scheduled for November 1, 2023, must be paid on time to avoid any penalties. After December 11, 2023, this payment will be considered delinquent.

If you have an impound/escrow account established with your lender, you can expect to receive a blue property tax bill. These bills will be sent to your address via mail, and it is essential to retain them for your personal records.

An impound/escrow account is essentially a financial reserve managed by your lender or mortgage company. It is designed to cover your property taxes and insurance costs, and the funds for these expenses are collected as part of your monthly mortgage payments.

Typically, the lender or mortgage company takes care of paying your property taxes directly to the Tax Collector by December 10th and April 10th.

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Important note: Supplemental tax bills, the green forms 🟢 are not like an impound or escrow account and won't be se sent to the lender or mortgage company, they are sent to the new current owner. It is the property owner’s responsibility to pay all supplemental bills.

Anytime a property is sold to a new owner or new construction is completed, state law says it must be reassessed by the County. That reassessment will most likely change the assessed value of your property. When your assessed value changes, the County must recalculate your property taxes, and when those change, we will send you a supplemental tax bill.

Supplemental tax bill is a green property tax bill. These are not sent to the lender or mortgage company, they are sent to the new current owner. Check with your lender to see if there are enough funds in the impound account to pay them.

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