In addition to annual taxes, you may be responsible for
paying supplemental property taxes. Supplemental bills are based on the
difference between the old assessed value and your new assessed value, which is
generally your purchase price. This amount is prorated based on the number of
months left in the fiscal year from the date you purchased your home. If the
property is reassessed at a lower value, you will receive a refund.
Supplemental tax bills are your responsibility
and will be mailed directly to you by the Treasurer and Tax Collector's Office
approximately 6 months after your purchase. They are not generally paid by
impound accounts. You may view your estimated supplemental tax
amount by going to the
Supplemental Tax Estimator on our website.