The Tax Administration Department of the Salt Lake County Council was organized in 1986 and designated to act as the liaison between you, the taxpayer, and the County Council.
Salt Lake County Tax Administration is committed to an exceptional level of service. Taxpayers and other stakeholders deserve access to reliable information and understandable explanations to assist them in completing their property tax obligations.
What you can expect from Salt Lake County Tax Administration. We will
- make every attempt to acknowledge telephone calls by the next business day
- make every attempt to acknowledge e-mail correspondence by the next business day
- greet walk-in customers in a polite and professional manner
Our service goal is to create a courteous and prompt atmosphere, while providing you with the most current information and answers to questions you may have regarding the Board of Equalization, Property Tax Relief, and Property Tax Committee issues.
The 2014 Board of Equalization will be in session and accepting timely-filed appeals from August 1, 2014 through September 15, 2014. Any hand delivered, walk in appeals, or mailed appeals (with a postmark) after September 15, 2014 will be considered late appeals.
Reviewing Your Hearing Recommendation --
Access to hearing decisions for single family residential properties will be available for the 2014 Board of Equalization.