Important Information Regarding Property Assessments
BELLE PLAINE PROPERTY TAXES
BUDGET AND LEVY
The City of Belle Plaine conducts its annual Truth in Taxation Hearing in December. At this hearing, residents may comment on the revenues and expenses of the City's budget and levy. More details below.
A property owner may dispute the assessed value of their property, which impacts property taxes. A property tax statement for current year property taxes are mailed to taxpayers, along with the Notices of Valuation and Classification for the following for tax year. Taxpayers may contact the Assessor at Scott County with questions and concerns regarding their valuation or classification for taxes payable in the following year. The telephone number of the appropriate Assessor is listed on the notice.
Scott County website has information regarding property assessment.
The State of Minnesota Department of Revenue has some great information available to explain the process.
Truth in Taxation - City Budget and Levy - December
The Truth in Taxation (TNT) hearing is held in December of each year and allows public comment regarding the revenues and expenditures of the city's budget and levy associated with city services for the upcoming year. The budget and levy impacts property taxes.
This is your opportunity to voice your opinion regarding the City’s proposed budget and levy. An overview of major changes in the budget and levy are presented at this hearing. This meeting is not a forum for taxpayers to appeal their market value.
The State of Minnesota Department of Revenue has some great information available to explain the property taxes.
Please contact City Hall at 952-873-5553 if you have further questions.