The Proposed Property Tax Notice is mailed in mid-November each year. The notice estimates the amount of property tax you will pay in the following year if the taxing jurisdictions approve the budget amounts they are considering.
If your property is in the City of St. Paul, please note that the Proposed Property Tax Notice does not include the impact of the school referendum approved by voters on November 6.
Property owners are invited to attend meetings held by the local units of government to express their opinions on local budgets and taxes.
Ramsey County Public Hearing/Open House
*The Public Hearing has concluded for Proposed 2013 Property Taxes and Budgets.
The Ramsey County Public Hearing/Open House, held November 26, 2012 at Roseville Area High School, discussed proposed 2013 budgets and property taxes.
About Tax Notices
Property Tax Rates and Calculations
- How to calculate taxes (includes tax rate summary and examples)
- Comparison of tax levy changes by government entities
- Links to Taxing Authorities
Why are Minnesota Property Taxes Going Up? - Minnesota Public Radio News
14 Reasons Your Property Tax Can Go Up or Down (video)
Understanding Your Property Taxes - 2011 Edition For Taxes Payable in 2011 (pdf)
Descriptions of Items that Appear on Notices
Refund and Relief Programs
MN Property Tax Refund and Relief Information
- Property Tax Refunds
- Senior Citizen Property Tax Deferral
Market Value Exclusion on Homestead Property of Disabled Veterans
Special Homestead Classification (1B) for Disabled Persons
Please contact us if you have additional questions.