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The Davis County Commission created the Tax Administration Department in 2009, and authorized this department to administer:  Abatement's and ExemptionDelinquent Property Tax SaleExempt Application for non-profit 501(c)(3) entities in Davis County and the Real and Personal Property Tax Appeals. This includes the acceptance of all forms associated with those services.

Abatement's: includes Low Income both (under 66 Indigent & Disabled - and over 66 Circuit Breaker), Blind, Veterans Armed Forces Tax Exemption with a Disability and Active Duty Armed Forces Exemption Abatement's.  Due date for all Abatement's is September 1, of current year.

The Delinquent Property Tax Sale: is generally held in May of each year and administers the sale of properties that are in their 5th year of delinquency.

Exempt Applications: for Properties in Davis County that are owned by a nonprofit organization 501(c)(3) used for Religious, Charitable, or Educational purposes.

Appeals: Property owners dissatisfied with their property valuation, may appeal the value during the time frame provided by law; Valuation Notices are mailed by July 22.  Real Property Appeals are due on September 15, of current year.  Personal Property Appeals are due on May 15, of current year.

Abatements

Davis County offers several tax relief programs. If all of the qualifications are meet these programs could reduce or abate the real or personal property taxes.

Appeals

If you disagree with the market value of your property you may Appeal the value with the Board of Equalization, at the Tax Administration office.

Delinquent Tax Sale

This is a sale of properties that are in their 5th year of delinquency.

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