Lake County Assessor
Welcome to the Lake County Assessor's citizen engagement site. We are proud to offer this service at no cost to our constituents. The information accessible through this site is being made available to enhance the access of assessment data and to provide links to other relevant sites. A summary of the information available on this site includes:
- Property Location
- Owner History
- Sales Information
- Assessed Values and Value History
- Land Information
- Improvement Information
- Sketch Images
- Photo Images
- Property Record Cards (PDFs)
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CUSTODIAN OF PUBLIC RECORDS: Office of the Lake County Tax Collector, West Main Street Tavares, Florida
In accordance with , Laws of Florida / § , Florida Statutes
SUMMONS AND SUBPOENAS: David W. Jordan, Lake County Tax Collector, West Main Street Tavares, Florida
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Salt Lake County Treasurer
K. Wayne Cushing
Salt Lake County Property Tax Process - Basics
By law, the annual tax process involves 5 steps:
Budgets are generated by 72 County entities that perform public services like schools, libraries, cities, etc. (Remember, in your area you only utilize and fund a subset of these services.)
Records and accurately maintains all County property ownership.
Values all the recorded County properties.
4. Auditor & Utah State Tax Commission
Calculates a certified tax rate which is a multiplier number against the property values to fund all 72 Countywide service entity budgets. (see the "Basic Example" below)
Administerstaxpayer relief programs for qualifying applicants.
Bills, Collects, Protects, and Distributes $1Billion in property taxes to fund the 72 countywide budgets.
Funds elected officials operations (Accounts Payable, Payroll, etc.).
Invests elected officials short and long term available funds.
If the Salt Lake City School District (a taxpayer entity providing a taxpayer service) approved an operational budget of $75, and the total taxable value of all property in the Salt Lake City School District was $15,, then, if you live in that school district, the tax rate for the year would be calculated and show up on your official property tax notice as
$75, /15,, =.
Note: When property values go up the certified tax rate goes down and conversely when property values go down the certified tax rate goes up. This method insures that all taxpayer services continue because the provider's budgets are funded.
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