How is my property's market value calculated? Are there exemptions that I may be eligible for? Is there a procedure to appeal if I disagree with my market value?
The City does not determine your property's market value. This is a function of the Palm Beach County Property Appraiser. The Property Appraiser's website contains information concerning how your property is valued, what exemptions are available and how to apply for them, and how to file an appeal if you disagree with your market value. This information can be found atwww.pbcgov.com/papa/index.htm.

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1. Who collects property taxes for the City? Who do I contact to make a payment or set up a payment plan? How do I pay my taxes online?
2. What is the City's current property tax rate? How do I calculate the City portion of my tax bill?
3. How much of my total tax bill goes to the City?
4. How is my property's market value calculated? Are there exemptions that I may be eligible for? Is there a procedure to appeal if I disagree with my market value?
5. Who do I contact for questions regarding the City's budget?
6. Who performs the annual audit of the City's financial records?
7. What are the creditor bond ratings for the City?