2022 Property Listing Forms must be signed and returned to the Tax Office by January 31, 2022
January is the annual listing period. The property owner is responsible for completing and submitting a listing form to the Tax Office by February 28, 2022. The listing form should include any physical changes that could affect the owner’s real property value and any personal property owned as of January 1, 2022. Listing forms submitted after January 31, 2022 are subject to a 10% late list fee.
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REAL PROPERTY - Your real property is permanently listed and you are not required to return this form UNLESS there has been construction and improvements made to the property which occurred during the year prior to January 1, 2022. If that is the case, you are required to list the construction and improvements on this listing form, sign it, and return it by January 31, 2022. Please read Section C for personal property listing requirements.
- PERSONAL PROPERTY - Owners of personal property are required to list annually. Therefore this form must be signed and returned if personal property is included.
1. Preprinted Personal Property - Mark through any personal property not owned on January 1, 2022. Indicate if it was sold, donated, given away, junked, etc.
2. Add any personal property owned on January 1, 2022 that is not preprinted on the form. List all manufactured homes, boats and boat motors, jet skis, aircraft, permanent/multi-year tagged trailers, rental property appliance furnishings, and unlicensed vehicles and motorcycles. YOU DO NOT NEED TO LIST LICENSED VEHICLES WITH AN ANNUAL REGISTRATION.
PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE – HOMESTEAD EXCLUSION, DISABLED VETERAN EXCLUSION, CIRCUIT BREAKER TAX DEFERMENT
Please review the details of the property tax assistance programs on the insert. Check the box below that is applicable.
EVEN IF YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY IS ALREADY PRE PRINTED ON THIS FORM YOU MUST SIGN AND RETURN BY JANUARY 31, 2022 TO AVOID A 10% LATE LISTING PENALTY.