I received two bills but only have one property. Why?

There are a few reasons you may receive a second bill for your parcel.

1. If you built or bought a newly constructed home that was completed midyear, you may receive a subsequent occupancy bill. This bill will be in addition to the real property (land) bill already sent in November. This occupancy bill will be for the improvements made to the real property, (i.e the home). These subsequent bills are late additions to the tax roll. If you have a lender you will need to verify with them who is going to pay this bill. A Copy was not sent to them. These subsequent billings will notify you of their due dates.

2. If you own a business and own personal property with value over $100,000, you will receive a bill for Personal Property or Transient Property Tax. These bills will notify you of their due dates.

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1. When are personal property or manufactured housing taxes due?
2. When are property taxes due?
3. How and where do I pay my taxes?
4. Will I be sent any other notices?
5. What is the late charge and interest rate?
6. Can I use my Online Banking or Bill Payment services to pay my property taxes?
7. Can I pay multiple tax accounts with one check, or use multiple checks for one account?
8. Are property taxes prorated during escrow?
9. When will my property go to tax sale?
10. How do I challenge the amount of my tax if it seems too high?
11. My mortgage company pays my taxes. Why did you send me a bill?
12. Can I make payments or get a head start on future years taxes?
13. How can I get help with my taxes?
14. I received two bills but only have one property. Why?