After the assessment is completed a tax notice is sent. Taxpayers have sixty (60) days from the date of the notice to appeal the value and pay the tax due without interest. All appeals are handled through the Tax Administration Department. Interest begins accruing at the end of the sixty (60) day period. You can click here to get the appeal application and instructions.
The Tax Administration Department handles all abatement application for mobile and manufactured homes. Applications for the Disabled Veteran and Blind Abatements are available each year beginning in January. Circuit Breaker and Indigent Abatements are available after the State Legislature has met to determine the qualifying income level for that year. Applications for these abatements are typically available in late April. For more information on the abatement program, please contact Tax Administration at 801-451-3367.
Mobile and manufactured homes may be subject to tax sale when the outstanding taxes are one year delinquent. Annually a public auction is held for any property which has delinquent taxes. Properties may be removed from sale by paying all outstanding taxes and sale costs.
All titling changes for mobile and manufactured homes are handled through the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), however, no change in ownership or titling may be made without a Tax Clearance. These are issued by the Assessor’s office, and are good from the date of issue through December 31st of the year in which they are issued. For a Tax Clearance to be issued all taxes must be current. You are welcome to stop by our office to obtain a Tax Clearance, or you may request one be sent to you.