How will my 2021 tax bill be affected by the Revaluation, and specifically during the pandemic?

The tax rate is selected by the County Commissioners based on the budgetary needs for the coming year. When the tax rate is applied to the new individual tax values it produces individual tax amounts that when combined provide the needed revenue to fund the County’s budget. As in any revaluation year, individual property values may be higher or lower, and the owners may receive higher or lower tax bills than they received the previous year. In a revaluation year the rate is carefully considered in order to minimize the impact that the updated values may have on an individual’s tax bill, and that is especially so for 2021 due to the pandemic.

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1. How will the pandemic affect the tax value of my home for 2021?
2. How will my 2021 tax bill be affected by the Revaluation, and specifically during the pandemic?
3. What is a revaluation?
4. Why have a revaluation?
5. Will all property values change during a revaluation?
6. Why appraise at market value?
7. When does the revaluation take effect?
8. Who will do the work of reviewing properties for the revaluation?
9. When can I find out my new tax assessment?
10. Will my taxes change as a result of revaluation?
11. How are market values determined?
12. What if I disagree with my new tax assessment?