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Tax and Property Information

Unpaid Real and Personal Property Taxes Are Now Delinquent

All unpaid Real Estate taxes, Personal Property taxes, and Special Assessments become delinquent on January 2, 2015.

To avoid delinquency, payments must be made or postmarked by December 31, 2014. If you already have delinquent taxes or worry you might not be able to pay your taxes, please call 651-266-2002 to discuss your options with a staff person.

For more information on paying your taxes, please visit the Paying Property Taxes page.

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

Property Tax Statements and Value Notices are set to be sent out in mid-March. Each year, the Post Office typically returns thousands of these to us because we have an old or inaccurate address on file for that taxpayer.

You can avoid this hassle by notifying us of any and every change in your mailing address, even if it's just temporary. Also, if you own multiple properties, check to make sure your current mailing address is listed for each one.

For questions or to update your mailing address, e-mail us at AskPropertyTaxandRecords@co.ramsey.mn.us or call us at 651-266-2000.

Please include:

  • First and last name
  • Property address and Property ID Number (PIN) for each property you own
  • Your new mailing address

Important Property Tax Homestead Notice -- Applications were due on December 15, 2014

**Important Property Tax Homestead Notice**

The deadline to file for Homestead for the 2014 (Pay 2015) assessment was Monday, December 15. You must apply to the County Assessor's office for your home to be granted the Homestead designation.

If you legally own and occupy the property by December 1, 2014, and submit your application to the Assessor's office by December 15, 2014, then the Homestead Market Value Exclusion will be applied to your taxes payable in 2015.

For eligibility requirements, application instructions, and printable applications, please visit the Homestead page.


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