Using the Calculator
Property tax rates for 2016 are based on mills and are assessed through a mill levy. One mill is equivalent to one dollar for every 1,000 dollars of assessed property value.
To calculate your estimated property tax bill, you need to know the approximate appraised value of your property. The total value of the house is then multiplied by 11.5% for residential property or 25% for commercial/industrial property, to determine the assessed property value.
Therefore, a house appraised at $100,000 would have an assessed value of $11,500 ($100,000 X 11.5%). The city's portion of the property tax on this house would be $433.69 ($11,500/1,000 X 37.712).
|Property Tax Calculator For 2016|
The calculator above only gives an estimate of your property taxes. The estimated amount should not be used to determine what your property taxes will actually be.