Possibly, depending on the amount due after the reassessment process is complete and whether you already paid the full year’s taxes or only the first installment. If your business personal property or vessel suffered damage of $10,000 or more, you are eligible for property tax relief. You will receive a credit against any personal property … Continued
FAQ Topic: Property Taxes
Yes, due to the timing of tax due dates in concurrence with the Camp Fire evacuations and unexpected financial and logistic challenges beyond the control of taxpayers, the penalties normally imposed for payments received after December, 10, 2018, will be waived. However, delayed first installment payments must be received by the Tax Collector on or … Continued
A revised bill with showing a tax credit will be mailed, and a refund will be issued. If the amount on your revised bill appears in brackets (i.e.: 000. di00), then a refund to the property owner is in progress.
Property owners have the option to pay the first installment of the original tax bill or wait until a revised tax bill is issued. A reassessment will result in the issuance of a revised 2018-19 property tax bill. There may be an income tax advantage to paying the original tax bill by December 31, 2018 … Continued