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The tax rate for 2016 will be set by the State Department of Revenue Administration in November. Tax bills should be mailed by late November
It is important to note that your July 2016 and October 2016 tax bills are estimates based upon your property's 2015 assessed value and the 2015 tax rate. Your total 2016 tax bill will be determined in November using the new assessed value and the new property tax rate. The final quarterly tax bills due in January and March will reflect the total amount of your tax bill less the July and October estimated bills. The January and March tax bills will reflect the full amount of any increase or decrease in taxes over the last year.
The amount of funds to be raised by the taxes for these entities will increase. Together, the update and the increased tax levies to fund local government will result in a reduced tax rate.
Staff members of the Assessor's office will review, analyze, and adjust current data to arrive at market value assessments for all properties.
The Assessor keeps the Board of Assessors apprised of the status of the assessment update process. The Concord Board of Assessors is an independent board of three professionals who are appointed to ensure that the assessment process complies with all state laws.
Upon the completion of the update, the Assessor will seek the Board of Assessors approvals of the final values.