Tax Warrant

Once the property value is certified to the taxing authorities, they then determine their mill levies and submit them to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) for review by December 15th.  The mill levies are approved by the BOCC and certified to the Assessor by December 22nd.

Upon receipt of the certified mill levies from the BOCC, the Assessor enters the mill levies and extends the calculations against the individual property assessed values.  The resulting property tax for each account is collectively called the Tax Warrant, and is delivered to the Treasurer by January 10th.