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  • Why doesn’t the calendar list the exact dates for this year?Back to top

    The calendars are provided as a service and is advisory in nature. They have been converted to a year-generic format to minimize maintenance costs, improve timeliness and provide greater context.

    As a result, for the Property Tax Calendar for County Auditors and Treasurers, many of the statutory interpretations that are provided reflect our best initial judgments. They may be subject to change on further review and/or based on specific circumstances.​

  • What if the due date falls on a non-business day this year?Back to top

    For the Auditor/Treasurer Calendar:
    For statutory dates that fall on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, the effective date may be different. These cases are noted in the far-right column and identified in one of the following ways:

    • Unaffected by legal holiday or weekends – The date does not change when it falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday. If the date falls on a weekend or legal holiday, the required action must either be completed no later than the last business day prior to the weekend or holiday; or, the action or status is assigned to that date regardless how or when it is executed.
    • Timely if done the next succeeding day which is not a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday – The date may be modified if necessary when it falls on a weekend or legal holiday; this allows the completion of the required action to be delayed to the next day.
    • Blank Column – If this column is blank, the date cannot fall on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday.

    For the Due, Settlement and Distribution Dates Calendar:
    If a property tax due date, settlement date, or tax distribution date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, legal holiday, or a day when county offices are closed due to an emergency situation, the effective due date moves to the next business day. (The date for an extended deadline resulting from the late mailing of property tax statements is shown in parentheses.)

  • How does the Auditor/Treasurer calendar address items without a specific due date?Back to top

    In some cases, statute does not identify a specific date (e.g., “July 1”). Instead, the deadline may be identified as a generic day (e.g., “the third Tuesday of December”) or relative to another activity (e.g., “five business days after a notice”). These cases are noted in the first column.​