Salt Lake County NOTICE OF PROPOSED TAX INCREASE

Salt Lake County Taxes

Salt Lake County issued notices for the following cities regarding property tax increases.

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The following entities are proposing to increase property tax revenues within Salt Lake County.
Data is based on a county-wide average value of $251,000. The same value is used for both residential and commercial property.
Concerned citizens are invited to attend public hearings on their tax increases.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT THE INDIVIDUAL ENTITIES AT THE NUMBERS LISTED BELOW.

Entities proposing a tax increase If approved, tax will increase Public hearing information
Date/Time Location Phone
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS PARKS AND
RECREATION SERVICE AREA
Residential: From: $150.61 To: $172.98 AUG 18, 2014
6:00 PM
7500 S 2700 E 801-943-3190
Commercial: From: $273.84 To: $314.50
GRANITE SCHOOL Residential: From: $917.89 To: $943.02 AUG 07, 2014
6:00 PM
2500 S STATE ST 385-646-4226
Commercial: From: $1,668.90 To: $1,714.58
MIDVALE CITY Residential: From: $86.01 To: $101.60 AUG 05, 2014
7:00 PM
655 W CENTER ST 801-567-7238
Commercial: From: $156.37 To: $184.74
MURRAY CITY SCHOOL Residential: From: $935.70 To: $945.09 AUG 07, 2014
7:00 PM
147 E 5065 S 801-264-7400
Commercial: From: $1,701.28 To: $1,718.35
SALT LAKE CITY Residential: From: $778.05 To: $783.43 AUG 12, 2014
7:00 PM
451 S STATE ST #315 801-535-7600
Commercial: From: $1,414.64 To: $1,424.43
SALT LAKE CITY SCHOOL Residential: From: $815.74 To: $870.13 AUG 07, 2014
7:00 PM
440 E 100 S 801-578-8334
Commercial: From: $1,483.16 To: $1,582.05
TOWN OF ALTA Residential: From: $143.85 To: $165.66 AUG 05, 2014
6:00 PM
ALTA CMTY CENTER/LIBRARY 801-363-5105
Commercial: From: $261.54 To: $301.20
WEST VALLEY CITY Residential: From: $602.04 To: $604.80 AUG 12, 2014
6:30 PM
3600 S CONSTITUTION BLVD 801-963-3235
Commercial: From: $1,094.61 To: $1,099.63

The list is for informational purposes only. It should not be relied on to determine a taxpayer’s property tax liability.
For specific information related to the property tax liability of a taxpayer, the taxpayer should review the taxpayer’s Notice of Property Valuation and Tax Changes.