Property tax is a very important source of revenue for all local units of government in Minnesota: cities, townships, school districts, special taxing districts, and county governments. For each year listed below, these reports include:
an overview of the property tax system, discussing property valuation and how tax levies and tax rates are determined;
historical data (dating back to 1925) showing how taxes and values have changed over time;
market values and net tax capacity of various property classifications;
total property taxes levied and credits; and
information on manufactured home values and taxes.