What happens when I sell my property?
The City must be notified when you sell your property. If we know in a timely manner, we can get an actual water reading and at the next billing period you will receive a bill for the actual amount you owe. Plus when we are notified, the bill can be put into the new owner’s name. If we are not notified, the bill continues in your name and there is no way to go back and tell which portion of the bill belongs to you and which portion should go to the new homeowner.

The new owner also needs to contact us to verify the information we have and select their choice of garbage service.

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1. If I disagree with my Property Assessment what can I do?
2. When are property taxes due?
3. How are my property taxes determined?
4. How are tax rates determined?
5. What is taxable value?
6. What are real and personal property taxes?
7. What if I can't pay my tax bill by the due date?
8. What are the penalties for late taxes?
9. Where do I send tax payments?
10. Does the City accept credit card payments?
11. I never received a tax bill, what should I do?
12. What is a homestead exemption?
13. How do I know if I have an exemption?
14. How do I apply for a homestead exemption?
15. What services are included in my City utility bill?
16. How much do my utility services cost?
17. When is my utility bill due?
18. Why is my utility bill higher than my neighbors?
19. What happens when I sell my property?
20. I have moved, but my property has not sold. Will I be billed for garbage pickup?
21. What is a Poverty/Hardship Exemption? How do I qualify? When do I file?