If you move and do not notify the Treasurer’s office of your new address you may not receive your tax notice(s). Although we may receive changes from the post office after a mailing, forwarding may already have expired. Addresses sent to us by the post office are not always readable or correct. It is the taxpayer’s responsibility to see that the correct address is always on file. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR NOTICE BY NOVEMBER 1, CONTACT THIS OFFICE.
If your deed was not filed with the Recorder prior to the cut off date, the tax notice will be sent to the seller of the property with a notation to send on to the new buyer. Sellers do not always send the notice on.
If the recorded document does not have an address or has an incomplete address you may not receive your notice. If your recorded document does not initiate a correct chain of title the name of record and address will not be changed by the Recorder’s Office.
It is the taxpayer’s responsibility to see that they receive all of their tax notices. Check your descriptions and acreage, be sure they all add up. If you have a question, call us at 435-587-3237, Ext 2.