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To identify which notice you received, look at the bottom left corner of your notice. Click the plus (+) sign below for the corresponding item.

Value Notice - Postcard

Example of Postcard Value Notices Mailed on July 14, 2014

A. 2014 Notification of Assessed Value:
The Assessor sends a “Notification of Assessed Value” to property owners in Placer County each July. This provides the property owner an opportunity to review the value and contact the Assessor if they have concerns. Your tax bill is based on this amount.

B. Mailing Address:
This is the mailing address for the property described below. If you need your tax bill sent to a different address, please complete and return a Change of Mailing Address form.

C. Your Assessed Value as of January 1, 2014:
Your 2014-15 tax bill is based on the Assessed Value of your property as of January 1, 2014. This is the date when property taxes become a “lien” on property for the upcoming fiscal year (July 1 through June 30).

D. APN and SITUS:
This section identifies your property by the APN (Assessor’s Parcel Number) and situs. The APN is a unique number used by the Assessor to identify property for assessment tax purposes. SITUS refers to the physical address of the property.

E. Exemptions:
There are a variety of options available for lowering your property taxes. Please review our Tax Savings page for more information.

F. Taxable Value:
Your taxable value is the assessed value of your property less property tax exemptions. Your tax bill is based on this amount.

G. Assessment Appeal Information:
This section provides information on your rights to file an Application for Assessment Appeal, and provides an explanation of the ‘stipulation’ procedure. Please review our 'Assessment Appeals Information' page for more information.

Value Notice - P8 Review - REM

Example of Prop 8 Notices Mailed on July 7, 2014

A. Mailing Address:
This is the mailing address for the property described below. If you need your tax bill sent to a different address, please complete and return a Change of Mailing Address form.

B. APN and Property Location:
This section identifies your property by the APN (Assessor’s Parcel Number) and Property Location. The APN is a unique number used by the Assessor to identify property for assessment tax purposes. Property Location refers to the physical address of the property.

C. Notice of Your 2014-2015 Taxable Value:
The Assessor sends a “Notification of Assessed Value” to property owners in Placer County each July. This provides the property owner an opportunity to review the value and contact the Assessor if they have concerns. Your tax bill is based on this amount.

D. Exemptions:
There are a variety of options available for lowering your property taxes. Please review our Tax Savings page for more information.

E. Taxable Value:
Your taxable value is the assessed value of your property less property tax exemptions. Your tax bill is based on this amount.

F. Value Review:
This section provides information on what you may do if you disagree with the taxable value. Please review the information on our Value Review Program page for more information.

Value Notice - P8 Review - INC/DEC/UNCHG

Example of Prop 8 Notices Mailed on July 7, 2014

A. Mailing Address:
This is the mailing address for the property described below. If you need your tax bill sent to a different address, please complete and return a Change of Mailing Address form.

B. APN and Property Location:
This section identifies your property by the APN (Assessor’s Parcel Number) and Property Location. The APN is a unique number used by the Assessor to identify property for assessment tax purposes. Property Location refers to the physical address of the property.

C. Notice of Your 2014-2015 Taxable Value:
The Assessor sends a “Notification of Assessed Value” to property owners in Placer County each July. This provides the property owner an opportunity to review the value and contact the Assessor if they have concerns. Your tax bill is based on this amount.

D. Your Assessed Value as of January 1, 2014:
Your 2014-15 tax bill is based on the Assessed Value of your property as of January 1, 2014. This is the date when property taxes become a “lien” on property for the upcoming fiscal year (July 1 through June 30).

E. Exemptions:
There are a variety of options available for lowering your property taxes. Please review our Tax Savings page for more information.

F. Taxable Value:
Your taxable value is the assessed value of your property less property tax exemptions. Your tax bill is based on this amount.

G. Value Review:
This section provides information on what you may do if you disagree with the taxable value. Please review the information on our Value Review Program page for more information.

Value Notice - Annual

Example of Annual Notices Mailed on July 21, 2014

A. Mailing Address:
This is the mailing address for the property described below. If you need your tax bill sent to a different address, please complete and return a Change of Mailing Address form.

B. APN and Property Location:
This section identifies your property by the APN (Assessor’s Parcel Number) and Property Location. The APN is a unique number used by the Assessor to identify property for assessment tax purposes. Property Location refers to the physical address of the property.

C. Notice of Your 2014-2015 Taxable Value:
The Assessor sends a “Notification of Assessed Value” to property owners in Placer County each July. This provides the property owner an opportunity to review the value and contact the Assessor if they have concerns. Your tax bill is based on this amount.

D. Assessment Activity:
This notice is used for a variety of property types and includes the following:

  • ·   Business Property
  • ·   Conservation Land
  • ·   Timber Preserves
  • ·   Boats
  • ·   Aircraft
  • ·   Manufactured Homes
  • ·   Possessory Interests
  • ·   Newly Created Parcels
  • ·   Construction in Progress as of January 1

E. Exemptions:
There are a variety of options available for lowering your property taxes. Please review our Tax Savings page for more information.

F. Taxable Value:
Your taxable value is the assessed value of your property less property tax exemptions. Your tax bill is based on this amount.

G. Value Review:
This section provides information on what you may do if you disagree with the taxable value. Please review the information on our Value Review Program page for more information.

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