When are property tax bills mailed out?
Typically, property tax statements are mailed on November 1 of each year. Property tax bills are mailed to the owner of record (as of January 1). If a deed change occurs after the 1st of the year, a tax bill is mailed to the new owner of the property as a courtesy.

New owners should contact their title company or review their closing statement to determine who is responsible for paying the taxes. Payment of property tax depends on when the property is transferred.

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1. When are property tax bills mailed out?
2. What time of year are property taxes due?
3. What happens if I miss the tax payment deadline?
4. What time period do my annual taxes cover?
5. Where can my tax bill be paid in person?
6. Does my mortgage company get a copy of my tax bill mailed to them?