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Tax and Property Information

2nd Half Property Tax Payments Were Due October 15

2014 2nd half property tax payments were due Wednesday, October 15 for the following property types:

  • Real Property Tax
  • Leased Government-Owned Personal Property Tax

If you have not yet made your payment in full, a late penalty will now be added to your tax. We offer several convenient ways to pay your taxes:

To learn more about payment options and paying your property taxes, please visit our Paying Property Taxes Page.

Minnesota Department of Revenue launches new online system for filing Certificates of Real Estate Value

For all sales transacted after September 30th, certificates of real estate value must be submitted using eCRV. County and department staffs are prepared to help anyone needing assistance with this transition.

For details, please view the eCRV News Release or visit the eCRV Website.

Have You Moved Recently? Do We Have Your Current Mailing Address?

Property Records and Revenue sends out important information concerning your property at various times throughout the year. This information includes tax statements and value notices.

We need address updates because we do not forward this type of information.

All undeliverable statements and notices are returned to us by the Post Office.

  • If you move or change your mailing address, you must notify us of this change.
  • If you own multiple properties, please check to make sure your current mailing address is listed for each one.

For questions or to update your mailing address, you can email us at AskPropertyTaxandRecords@co.ramsey.mn.us or call us at 651-266-2000. Be sure to include your name, property address, property ID# for each property you own, and your new mailing address.

 


Other News & Information:

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Mortgage Foreclosure Information- Mortgage foreclosures are legal actions taken in relation to real estate, as opposed to personal property. Foreclosure affects homeowners and renters. Learn more about what resources and programs are available.

 

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