My property value increased. Does that mean my tax bill will increase?
No. Your assessment is only used to distribute the tax burden. The Board of Supervisors, through the tax rate, creates the tax burden. The tax rate will be set in April. The reassessment ensures that the burden is distributed fairly and equitably.

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1. Does the Commissioner of the Revenue collect taxes?
2. Does the Commissioner of the Revenue have the authority to make law and public policy decisions?
3. Does the Commissioner's Office raise taxes?
4. My property value increased. Does that mean my tax bill will increase?
5. Can I use the current tax rate to estimate my tax bill?
6. Why am I receiving a reassessment notice?
7. What happens if the county does not assess real property at or near fair market value?