These videos provide an overview of how property taxes work and what two things directly affect the amount you pay.


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Public Meeting on Proposed Property Tax Levy and Proposed Budget for 2024 (Truth in Taxation)

Thursday, November 30, 2023 | 6 p.m. | County Board Room #705, Government Center | 2100 3rd Ave, Anoka, MN 55303 | Please take the elevator to the 7th floor.

The agenda will be posted on the afternoon of Monday, November 27, 2023.  

The 2024 Truth in Taxation public hearing is at 6 p.m. December 1, 2023.  The hearing will be held at the Government Center in the County Board Room.

View the 2024 Proposed Budget & Property Tax slideshow. PowerPoint | PDF

2024 Proposed Property Tax Statements

To view your proposed property tax statement online, click here.

Payable Property Tax Statements

Only one tax statement per parcel is mailed per year. A change in the ownership recorded after January 1 of the current year, will not initiate the mailing of a new tax statement. The statement will be sent to the previous owner/or taxpayer. Mortgage refinance and / or satisfaction, and sale are common reasons for a change in the current year taxpayer and require a request for a duplicate tax statement.

Statements are mailed in mid to late March. If you have not received your tax statement(s) by April 1st of any year, please call 763-323-5400 and request a duplicate.

Manufactured home statements are mailed in July of each year. If you have not received your statement by July 15 of any year, please call 763-323-5400 and request a duplicate.

Additional Tax Facts

Commercial, Industrial, and Apartment property owners are likely to see larger estimated tax increases compared to that of Residential. The main drivers of those differences are:

  1. Increasing levies at the local level including City, School District, and County.  
  2. 2023 Value increases for Commercial, Industrial, and Apartment properties largely exceeded that of Residential properties meaning they will bear more of the tax burden in calendar year 2024.

While there were several legislative changes in calendar year 2023, most of those are effective for taxes payable in 2025 including the change to the homestead market value exclusion. We expect a continued shift of the tax burden to Commercial, Industrial, and Apartment parcels in future years barring any new legislation in 2024. 

tax document highlighting what is set by the county and what is set by other taxing jurisdictions