Property Taxes

  1. Property Tax Search

    The Price County Public Access Web Server (NOVUS) provides online access to property tax and land record information currently maintained by Price County for individual parcels of property. Updated nightly.

To view and print property tax bills, tax receipts and balance due statements click Novus link below                                                                         Novus Property Tax Search

NOVUS Public Access instructions

1. When enter site, Click on Real Estate or Personal Property link next to the globe.

2. Next enter ONLY ONE of the following criteria: less is more.. (if entering road name do not enter Rd, ST etc.. just the name of the road).  a. Last Name  b. Site address # OR c. Tax ID# (located on tax bill), Legacy Pin or Pin #

3. Then hit ENTER on your keyboard which will start the search

  A list of parcels will come up on the screen, Click on the Tax Id / PIN of the parcel you want to view.  The property history (deeds) and assessment info will come up to the right of the list.

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4. To view the Tax Receipt Information click on the Tax Record tab, select year of tax current year will automatically come up              To view the Tax Bill click on the Tax Bill tab (to view previous years tax bill, select year under Tax Record tab, then click Tax Bill)

                                             Set Margins at .25” all around so dollar amounts aren’t cut off.

5. To View the Statement click on the Statement tab view balances due with interest and penalty calculated to specific date

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 A map of the property can be viewed by clicking the “WG” icon under the tree symbol (circled in red below)

Understanding Your Tax Bill video explains each area of the property tax bill

Property Tax 101 video  explains the property tax process

State-Wide Property Tax FAQ's  answers questions taxpayer may have on paying taxes, how taxes are calculated, lottery credit, special charges & assessments, payment assistance, assessed values, escrow accounts