How do I determine whether my property can be split into two or more building sites?
Land divisions are subject to review by both Panning and Assessing Departments who coordinates the review process. Whether or not the property is buildable would be subject to City ordinances, as well as the Land Division Act of 1997. The Assessing Department can assist you with any questions regarding the Land Division process and provide the required Land Division Application. Questions regarding the buildable status would be answered by the Building Department. Application for a lot split/and or combination can be found under Assessing Forms on the Assessor's Page.

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1. I am putting up a fence and need to know where my property lines are. Can you help me?
2. How can I get general property data such as: year built, living area and number of rooms?
3. How can I get general assessing information such as: taxpayer of record, parcel number, assessed value, taxable value and legal description?
4. I have just purchased a home in Taylor and have been given forms to file with the City. What do I need to do?
5. I have just purchased a home and understand I need to file some forms with the City. What forms do I need to file and where can I obtain the forms?
6. How do I know if I have a Homestead Exemption on my property?
7. I am adding an addition and deck to my home. How much additional property tax will I have to pay?
8. How do I determine whether my property can be split into two or more building sites?
9. I am thinking about purchasing a home in the City of Taylor, how can I estimate the amount of property tax I will be paying?
10. What is my tax rate?
11. Do I have homestead exemption on my records?
12. How do I appeal my assessment?
13. If I add a deck or other building improvements to my house, how much will my taxes increase?
14. What if I build a shed or other building addition without pulling a building permit, will my taxes increase?