Cache County Tax Timeline
Delinquent taxes from the previous year are posted on the Cache County website.
At the end of the month, the Recorder finalizes parcel definitions for the current year and begins work in the next tax year.
By the end of the month, the Treasurer contacts and collects delinquent segged taxes due from the past year or notifies new owners of delinquency.
Delinquent taxes that remain from the previous year move into back taxes.
Auditor begins setting proposed tax rates and begins Tax Relief Applications.
Assessor finalizes property values.
Auditor continues setting proposed tax rates and processing Tax Relief Applications.
Auditor mails property valuation notices.
Auditor continues processing Tax Relief Applications.
Auditor finishes setting proposed tax rates.
Auditor/Assessor begin the Board of Equalization process for appealing property value.
Auditor/Assessor finish the Board of Equalization process.
Auditor finishes processing on time Tax Relief Applications
Auditor begins setting final tax rates.
Auditor finishes setting final tax rates.
At the first of the month, the Assessor attaches rollback assessments to parcels.
Tax notices are mailed by the Treasurer.
Taxes are due by November 30th.
Taxes for the current year become delinquent.
If you would like to know more about the whole process, here is the
official document from the State of Utah
with a more detailed explanation.