Salt Lake County Auditor on the Notice of Valuation
Welcome to the Salt Lake County Property Tax website.
Here you will find information about your property taxes, proposed tax increases, and instructions on how to appeal your property value.
Appeals received after September 15th are considered late. Late appeals will be accepted until March 31, 2023. Late appeals must meet Late Appeals Guidelines and be accompanied with an explanation of why the appeal is late.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can find a description of your Notice of Valuation at the Property Tax website.
You can find a digital copy of your current Notice of Valuation by going to the "Find Details on your Property Tax Notice" page and entering your Parcel Number.
The value and property type of your home or business property is determined by the Salt Lake County Assessor. Residential property owners typically receive a 45% deduction from their home value to determine the taxable value, which means you pay property taxes on 55% of your home's value. For more information visit the Assessor's web site and click on Assessment of Salt Lake County document.
Find all the information about appealing the property value on the Auditor's Property Tax Appeals website .
First find your property using the Assessor's "Search by Owner" function. Then, after selecting your property, click on the Neighborhood Values or Adjoining Values link.
Property Tax Payment
You can find information about the Tax Relief program, such as veteran and blind exemptions, on the Treasurer's website .
Organizations whose properties are used exclusively for charitable, religious or educational purposes may file for an exemption. Find information at the Auditor’s website.
November 30th is the last day to pay current year property taxes without a penalty. If the 30th lands on a holiday or weekend the due date is extended to the next business day. Find information about real and personal property tax dates at the Treasurer's website.
You can find Payment Options at the Treasurer's website.
You can find your parcel number using the Assessor Parcel Query search.
You can find your parcel information using the Assessor interactive map.
Find historical information about your property at the Archives website.
Other Important Information
Your property taxes go to taxing entities such as counties, cities, school districts and special service districts that provide public services. Find taxing entities list for more information.
For real property, your property tax is calculated by multiplying the taxable value of your property by that year’s tax rate for each taxing entity in your tax area.
Parcels of real property which have unpaid property taxes that have been delinquent for over four years are offered for sale according to Utah Code. Find information about the tax sale on the Auditor's website .