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The Grand County Assessor establishes a value for all property located in the County. The Valuation Notice you received from the Clerk/Auditor reports this value to you. Because this value determines the eventual tax amount that will be due November 30th, it is important that the information on this Notice is accurate. If you disagree with the market value of your real property, you have the opportunity to appear before the Grand County Board of Equalization. You and an appraiser from the Assessor’s Office will be given the opportunity to present evidence to support their opinion of the property value. A second unbiased appraiser, hired by the County Council, will weigh the evidence and make a recommendation to the Council which serves as the County Board of Equalization. The deadline for appealing your property valuation is September 15th each year. More information on this process can be found on the Notice, or by contacting the Assessor’s Office (435) 259-1229.
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Tax Notices are typically mailed around the middle of October. The due date is always November 30th unless this day falls on a weekend; then the due date will be the following Monday. Please note that County offices are closed on Thanksgiving and the following Friday.
Pay online with an eCheck or credit/debit card through Instant Payments. Onetime eChecks are free, for Auto Bill Pay and other recurring eCheck payments there is a 49 cent fee charged by Instant Payments for each payment. Credit or debit card payments have a 2.5% fee ($2.50 minimum). Multiple parcels can be paid with one transaction. Grand County receives no part of the fees which are collected by Instant Payments and which cover the cost of accepting credit/debit cards and eChecks.
Use one of the four following ways to pay: 1.Pay online with an eCheck or credit/debit card through Instant Payments. Onetime eChecks are free, Auto Bill Pay and recurring eChecks are charged a 49 cent fee by Instant Payments for each payment. Credit or debit card payments have a 2.5% fee ($2.50 minimum). Grand County receives no part of the fees. 2.Pay by phone with an eCheck or credit/debit card by calling 1-800-764-0844. The same fees apply as above. 3.Mail a check or money order payable to Grand County Treasurer and addressed to: PO Box 1268, Moab, UT 84532. Please note your parcel number(s) on the check. 4.Pay in person by cash, check, money order, eCheck or credit/debit card at our office in the Grand County Courthouse, 125 E. Center St., Moab. See our office hours and County holidays to the right under "Contact Us" on the Treasurer's homepage. The same fees for eChecks and credit/debit cards apply as above.
Yes! You are welcome to make payments of any amount over $10.00 at any time. The monthly Auto Bill Pay program automatically makes monthly payments directly from your account see more info on our main page. You also have the option to receive pre-payment coupons; you will find information and a box to check on your tax bill to request coupons for the following year. You can also email or call our office (435) 259-1337 to request coupons or let us know you no longer need them. This program is voluntary and is for your convenience; there are no penalties for late or missed pre-payments.
A negative amount due on your tax bill indicates that you have overpaid for the current year. When possible, our office will refund amounts over $400.00 to the person or company who made the payments. You can request that any amount greater than $10 be refunded by contacting our office. You may also request that any over-payments be transferred to another parcel or credited to the following year’s taxes. Any over-payments that are not refunded will be credited to the following year’s taxes.
Tax relief programs exist for Grand County citizens who meet certain criteria. Current programs include: Disabled Veteran’s and Blind Exemptions; Circuit Breaker (low income over age 65), and Low Income Disability/Hardship. If you are unable to pay your tax, please contact us, 435-259-1337, to discuss your options. Also, partial payments are always accepted.
Utah law allows for a 45% reduction in the value of a person’s primary residence. This is called the primary residential exemption and applies to properties that are owner or tenant occupied. If you believe you should be receiving the primary residential exemption you can apply for it through the Assessor’s office.
Yes you can sign up to receive your tax bill via email instead of through the postal mail. Sign up here.