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Cherry Valley Property Tax, Property Tax Installments and Cherry Valley CA Property Taxes, Riverside County Property Tax Payment Calendar
Real property taxes in Cherry Valley, California are governed by the state of California, including Proposition 60, Proposition 90 and other legislative acts pertaining to Cherry Valley CA real property taxes. Even though Cherry Valley property taxes are governed by California state law, the property taxes are collected by Riverside County.
The Riverside County Assessor assesses the value of of each property in Cherry Valley to determine the amount of property taxes due. Usually, the assessed value of a Cherry Valley CA property is in the range of market value or a recent price paid for a property, but with the recent housing crisis, assessed values and market values are not always the same. It is also important to point out that Cherry Valley, California property tax rates do not include any special assessments, bonds or mello roos that may encumber a property.
The Riverside County Tax Collector prepares property tax bills and distributes them to Cherry Valley property owners on record each year. The Riverside County fiscal year calendar, like all counties in the state of California, runs from July 1st to June 30th every year, and the annual tax bill allows for payments to be made in two separate installments. Here is the property tax calender with installment dates, due dates and delinquent dates for Riverside County, including the city of Cherry Valley:
County Property Tax Payment Installments, including Cherry Valley
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