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The Worth County Assessor is the elected official responsible for assessing (putting a value on) real estate and personal property for tax purposes; reassessing (updating) all real property assessments in the County to equalize values among taxpayers and to adjust values to current market conditions; and keeping track of transfers of ownership of property in Worth County.
A countywide elected office with a four year term, the Worth County Assessor’s position is held by Carolyn Hardy.
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The Worth County Collector of Revenue is the elected official responsible for collecting current and delinquent property taxes for the county and various political subdivisions within the county which have authorized property tax levies - such as school, library, city, road and bridge and fire districts.
The collector’s office provides services relating to processing tax payments from escrowed accounts held by mortgage holders on behalf of real estate owners. Primary tax records are maintained and held for public use within the collector’s office.
Remember, taxes become delinquent on January 1, therefore all tax payments are due by December 31. Annual Tax sale of delinquent properties are held on the fourth Monday of August.
A countywide elected office with a four year term, the Worth County Collector’s position is held by Julie Tracy.