REVENUE AND TAXATION
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS OF TAX LAW
63-1312. Municipal property taxes -- Notification of valuation. (1) Prior to the fourth Monday of March of the current year the county auditor must notify every taxing district or authority, other than school districts, of the total taxable valuation of all the taxable property situated within such districts for the preceding calendar year for the purpose of assisting such governing authorities in their determination of tax rates to be levied for the current year and other informational purposes. Prior to the fourth Monday of March of the current year the state tax commission must notify the state board of education and the state department of education of the total taxable valuation of all the taxable property situated within each school district for the preceding calendar year.
(2) Prior to the first Monday in August the auditor of each county in the state shall notify the state tax commission and the clerk of each taxing unit in his county of the taxable valuation of all the taxable property situated within that taxing district from the property roll for the current year, from the operating property roll for the previous year, from the prior year's actual or current year's estimated subsequent property roll and missed property roll, and the amount of value subject to occupancy tax notwithstanding exemptions authorized in chapter 6, title 63, Idaho Code, for the previous year.
(3) The auditor shall furnish the valuation from the current operating property roll upon receipt from the state tax commission.
(4) Subsequent to the notification of the county auditor of revenues sufficient to cover expenses as provided in section 50-2903(5), Idaho Code, taxable value as used in this section shall also include the value that exceeds the value of the base assessment roll for the portion of any taxing district within a revenue allocation area.
[63-1312 added 1996, ch. 98, sec. 14, p. 393; am. 2002, ch. 143, sec. 8, p. 404; am. 2012, ch. 38, sec. 5, p. 117.]
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