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Important Dates
Important Dates to Remember
  • January first: "Assessment date" for the following fiscal year. The ownership, physical condition and characteristics of most properties are frozen as of this date for determining the valuation for the following year. A primary exception is a property that is under construction as of this date.
  • February first: The date that the third quarter tax payment is due to the tax collector. This is also the final date on which an abatement application can be filed for that fiscal year.
  • May first: The date that the fourth quarter tax payment is due to the tax collector.
  • July first: Start of the fiscal year. Personal exemption applications can now be filed for the current fiscal year.
  • August first: The date that the first quarter tax payment is due to the tax collector. This is the first bill for the new fiscal year.
  • November first: The date that the second quarter tax payment is due to the tax collector.
  • Late December: Mailing of the third quarter tax bill. This bill reflects the updated assessment and the new tax rates. The actual mailing date for the third quarter tax bill begins the abatement filing period for the current fiscal year.