What is a Mill Levy?

This is the number of dollars in taxes that a property owner must pay for every $1,000 of assessed value. The County Commissioners establish the total mill levy for each tax district based on budget requests from the various taxing entities within the districts boundaries.

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1. How often does the County Assessor appraise property?
2. Are appraisers working in the Assessor's office certified?
3. When can I expect to have your office complete an onsite inspection?
4. What should I do if I disagree with the value on my assessment?
5. Why did my value change?
6. What is an improvement?
7. What is real property?
8. How did you arrive at the value of my property?
9. How does the Assessor acquire actual sales prices?
10. Can I review sales information?
11. Can I get a copy of the appraisal?
12. I called your office and they told me there was more than just one market value. Is that right?
13. What is personal property?
14. What is the deadline for reporting personal property?
15. Is agricultural land valued differently than other lands?
16. Will my taxes go up if the market value of my property increases?
17. What is the level of assessment in Wyoming?
18. What is a Mill Levy?
19. How is the Mill Levy determined?
20. What are tax districts?