Tax Entities for Provo Property Tax Rate
Each county has an elected surveyor, recorder, assessor, auditor, treasurer and commission or
legislative body. The surveyor and recorder are responsible for creating and maintaining boundary and ownership information. The assessor is responsible for the appraisal and assessment of each property. The auditor applies tax rates and serves as clerk of the Board of Equalization. The Board of Equalization is composed of the county commission or legislative body who hear appeals of the valuations and assessments entered on the tax roll by the assessor. Finally, the treasurer is responsible for collecting the property tax.
Provo Tax Rate Breakdown 2021
County = Utah County
Utah County - 100 East Center Street, Provo, UT 84606 (801) 851-8229
This is a County Wide levy which funds the general operation of county government. This includes health services, county wide jail services, aging services, prosecution of criminals, jail bonds, regional park and recreation services etc.
Local A/C = Local Assess & Collection Fee
Local Assessing and Collection, Utah County - 100 East Center St, Provo, UT 84606 (801) 851-8229
This optional levy funds the additional costs of assessing and collecting functions, including reappraisal, within Utah County which are not covered by revenue generated from the Multi-County Assessing & Collecting Levy.
St A/C = State Assessing & Collection Fee
Multi County Assessing and Collection - Utah State Tax Commission 1-800-662-4335
This uniform, state-wide levy is mandated by the Legislature to promote adequate funding for assessing and collection functions, on an equitable basis, to all counties of the state at a minimally acceptable level. Utah County contributes a portion of this revenue to a multi-county fund for distribution to counties which cannot generate the minimum level of funding.
Cent UT = Central Utah Water Conservancy District
Central Utah Water Conservancy District - 355 W University Pkwy, Orem, UT 84058 (801) 226-7100
This county wide levy funds Utah County residents' share of the local participation requirement for the federally funded Central Utah Water Project. The District represents the citizens of a 10-county area in administration, sale, and delivery of water for the Central Utah Project (CUP), as well as the operation and maintenance of the CUP facilities. Water developed by the CUP is used for municipal, industrial, irrigation, hydroelectric power, fish, wildlife, conservation and recreation purposes.
School = Provo School District
280 West 940 North, Provo, Utah 84604 801-374-480
The Alpine School District receives 27.22% of their revenue from property taxes.
City = Provo City
City Center Building 351 W Center St Provo, UT 84601
The City of Orem depends upon property tax revenues for approximately 25% of their annual budget.
TOTAL PROVO PROPERTY TAX RATE (2013)
45% Exemption for Primary Residence
Primary residences receive a 45% exemption according to State Statue. The 45% exemption only applies to the first acre of land, any overage is calculated at 100%. There is no exemption for commercial, vacant land, or second home.
Disabled Veteran Exemption
2012 Maximum Veteran with a Disability Exemption $237,949
Central Utah Water
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