Frequently Asked Questions
A tax area code is a four (4) digit code used by the Assessor to designate which tax authority districts a property is located within. A Tax Authority District is a self-governing subdivision of the state created to provide services that are not already provided by another district or jurisdiction. These districts are listed as “Tax Authority” on the property tax bill. These tax authorities include school and city districts, as well as any other taxing district.
Each parcel is associated with a Tax Area Code. The Tax Area Code for a parcel can be found by completing a look up at Assessor Parcel Search or Assessor Parcel Viewer. Once a parcel has been located, the Tax Area Code is listed in the description of the property. Click the Tax Area Code value to view rates.
Tax Area Code information-All Property, Real & Personal, is assigned an Area Code by the Pinal County Assessor. The Tax Area Code identifies what taxing jurisdictions may levy against the property. You can find this code on your tax bill or it is also available on the Treasurer Parcel Inquiry Site by completing a Parcel Search. Click the Area Code Rates button under the Main Menu and click on the Tax Area Code viewer. For questions contact the Assessor’s office at 520-866-6361.
Tax Levies and Rates can be found at the Budget Office at the link below. http://www.pinalcountyaz.gov/BUDGETOFFICE/Pages/home.aspx
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