The county’s interactive online application enables taxpayers to search for information on their property by entering an address or property ID number.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
The following was released by Hennepin County: Hennepin County taxpayers will now be able to find more details about their property taxes online – including how their property tax is broken out, by jurisdiction, and what part of their property tax is coming from which taxing authority. In most cases, the online version will provide even more information than what is provided in the paper property-tax statements taxpayers receive in the mail. The county’s interactive online tool – www.Hennepin.us/propertytaxsearch –enables taxpayers to search for information on their property by entering an address or property ID number. That information now includes a new drop-down menu that explains all of the components of the property tax, which …
Local property owners will see a fractional increase in taxes, although final numbers will be approved later this year.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Information provided by Hennepin County The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners has approved a maximum property tax levy for 2013 of $675.1 million—1-percent higher than the 2012 levy—and a proposed 2013 budget of $1.75 billion. The board is required by state law to adopt a maximum levy in September. They may approve a levy that is lower than the approved maximum, but they cannot set it higher than the maximum adopted this week. County Administrator Richard Johnson will present the proposed 2013 Hennepin County budget to the board on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 1:30 p.m. The board will then launch a series of budget hearings beginning in October to discuss the budget and gather public input. The meetings can be viewed live on Metro Cable …