2001 South State Street N1-200
PO Box 144575
Salt Lake City , UT 84114-4575
(385) 468-8300/ Email

  • Taxpayer Annual Mailings By Law

    (other reminder notices might be sent as a courtesy)

    Notice of Property Valuation - July 22nd

    Auditor sends a notice to taxpayers regarding the probable upcoming property tax amount to provide time for anyone wanting to file an appeal.

    Official Tax Notice - November 1st

    Treasurer sends final notice of taxes due.

    Delinquent Tax Notice - December 31st

    Treasurer sends a notice to all delinquent taxpayers.

    Tax Service Departments

    Property Tax Relief
    Collections - Prepayment Program, Current and Delinquent Payments, and Special Liens (bankruptcies, property splits, etc.)
    Accounting (Refunds, etc.)

    Salt Lake County Property Tax Process - Basics

    By law the annual tax process involves 5 steps:

    Taxpayer Services

    Budgets are generated by 72 County entities that perform public services like schools, libraries, cities, etc. (Remember, in your area you only utilize and fund a few of these services)


    Records and accurately maintains all County property ownership.


    Values all the recorded County properties.

    Auditor and Utah State Tax Commission

    Calculates a tax rate multiplier for the property values to fund all 72 Countywide service entity budgets.


    • Administers taxpayer relief programs for the needy.
    • Bills, Collects, Protects, and Distributes $1Billion in property taxes to fund the 72 countywide budgets
    • Funds Mayor/Council Operations (Accounts Payable, Payroll, etc.)
    • Invests Mayor/Council Short-term Available Funds