The Tax Department assures validity of assessed values of taxable property and collects taxes, assesses real and personal property and vehicles, and conducts revaluation of real property. This department also assists with Homestead exemptions, provides listing and discovery services for businesses, assists nonprofits with exemptions, and issues mobile home moving permits and beer, wine, and fortune-telling permits.

Workload Measures 2021-2022

1. Number of recordation for non-complex deed transfers:

Updated 8/17/2021

GOALSPROGRESS
Collection Goals
1) To continue efficient collection, the Tax Dept. will maintain an average of 1 out-of-balance events or less per month, not counting amounts less than $1.00.In Progress
2) To continue efficient collection, the Tax Dept. will perform an average of 200 enforced collections per month.
In Progress
Appraisals Goal
3) To ensure accuracy, the Tax Dept. will audit ⅛ of all parcels receiving PUV deferment.
In Progress
4) To ensure accuracy, the Tax Dept. will review 1/8 of all parcels each year.In Progress
Land Records Goal
5) To ensure productivity, the Tax Dept. will perform an average of 500 deed transfers per month.In Progress
6) To ensure accuracy, the Tax Dept. will maintain an average of 95% accuracy or better for deed transfers.In Progress
Business Listing Goals
7) To ensure accuracy, the Tax Dept. will maintain an average of 2 errors or less per month.In Progress
8) To ensure accuracy, the Tax Dept. will audit an average of 20 businesses per month, which includes desk audits.In Progress
Personal Property Goal
9) To ensure accuracy, the Tax Dept. will audit at least ⅛ of homestead exemptions
In Progress
Tax Administration Goals
10) To ensure efficient and effective service delivery, Tax Dept. staff will participate in at least 60 total training sessions/classes, which includes in-house training. In Progress
11) To ensure efficient and effective service delivery, 100% of staff to complete at least 1 training session/class, which includes in-house trainingIn Progress