Notice of Schedules, Standards and Rules, and Public Hearings for Revaluation of All Real Property Effective 2017
Notice is hereby given that on September 9, 2016, the Nash County Tax Administrator submitted to the Nash County Board of Commissioners the proposed true value and present-use value schedules, standards and rules to be used in the 2017 revaluation of the real property of Nash County.
Notice is further given that a copy of the said proposed true value and present-use value schedules, standard and rules was filed in the office of the Nash County Tax Department, 120 W Washington St., Suite 2058, Nashville, NC, on September 9, 2016 where said proposed schedules, standards and rules are available for public inspection.
Notice is further given that on November 7, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. the Nash County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on said proposed schedules, standards and rules. All interested citizens are invited to be present and comment on said proposed schedules, standards and rules, if they desire to be heard. Said public hearing will be held in the Frederick B. Cooper Commissioners’ Room on the 3rd floor of the Claude Mayo Office Building, 120 W Washington St. in Nashville, NC.
Notice is further given that the final schedules, standards and rules will not be adopted by the Nash County Board of Commissioners until at least seven days after the public hearing herein referred to.
For information about Property Revaluations and the appeals process associated with it, please visit our revaluations page. Property Revaluations
Nash County offices of the tax assessor and the tax collector are combined into a single office responsible for listing, appraising, and assessing real and personal property, and for collecting taxes due on that property. The department also processes applications for tax relief and tax that may be granted under state law.
In the spring, after the Board of County Commissioners establishes the tax rate for the coming fiscal year, taxes due are computed on the basis of real and personal property owned. Tax bills are printed and mailed to property owners in July or August of each year.
The par amount of the bill must be paid if the payment is made at any time up to and through January 5 of the following calendar year. On January 6 and thereafter, interest is assessed on the basis of delinquency.
What This Department Does Not Do
- Set property tax rates.
- Determine how taxes are used
- Have available State and Federal incomes tax forms
- Issue business licenses
- Have available information on property liens and/or personal judgments
- Handle maintenance of streets, roads, highways, or ditches; see NC Department of Transportation
- Issue license stickers for motor vehicles (No special County decal is required); see NC Division of Motor Vehicles