What is property tax?
Property tax is a local tax that is imposed by local government taxing districts and is based on a property’s value. Property taxes are collected and spent at the local level and are a major source of tax revenue for local government taxing districts.

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1. What is property tax?
2. Who pays property taxes and who is affected by them?
3. What if I object to my tax bill?
4. What if I don't receive my tax bill?
5. How much are interest penalties and when are interest charges assessed?
6. How is my tax bill calculated?
7. Where can I pay my taxes?
8. How much is the convenience fee for paying by credit card?
9. What if I have sold the property?
10. Can I make a partial payment?
11. Does the Treasurer's Office send receipts for taxes that are paid?
12. Who do I call if there is a problem with my tax bill?