- Tax Collections
- Delinquent Tax Sale
The Treasurer’s Office is responsible for the generation of refund checks derived from transactions such as an overpayment or as a result of account adjustments performed by the Assessor’s and Auditor’s Offices.
The Treasurer’s Office issues refunds approximately 15 business days after the payment or adjustment was made.
Receiving a Refund
Refund checks are disbursed by postal mail, so it is imperative your mailing address be accurate. If you need to update your mailing address you may do so in person at any one of our office locations or online.
The following is a summary of who may receive a refund.
|If an account was…||The refund will be distributed to…|
|Overpaid||The individual who paid the taxes.|
|Removed from the installment program||The individual who paid.|
|Corrected||The current owner of record.|
|Adjusted due to a value appeal||The individual who filed the appeal.|
|Adjusted due to a 4% Legal Residence Application||The individual who applied.|
|Adjusted due to a homestead or other exemption||The individual who applied.|
If your account was paid by your mortgage company or other financial institution, a refund on your account may be disbursed to your mortgage company, depending on the timing of their payment. If your account was adjusted prior to receiving your mortgage company’s payment, the refund would be sent to your mortgage company. You will need to contact your mortgage company to obtain these funds.