Supplemental Tax FAQs
Still have questions about supplemental tax bills? Here are answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions.
Q: WHAT IS A SUPPLEMENTAL ASSESSMENT?:
A: A supplemental assessment is an increase or decrease in a property's assessed value. The new assessment takes place when a property changes owners or has new construction completed. The Assessor’s office is responsible for reassessing property. If you have questions about your property's valuation, call the Assessor at 858.505.6262.
Q: WHAT IS A SUPPLEMENTAL TAX BILL?:
Q: WHAT IS A NEGATIVE SUPPLEMENTAL TAX BILL?:
Q: IF I RECEIVE A SUPPLEMENTAL TAX BILL, WILL I ALSO RECEIVE AN ANNUAL TAX BILL?:
Q: IF I PAY TAXES THROUGH AN IMPOUND ACCOUNT, WILL MY SUPPLEMENTAL TAX BILL BE SENT TO MY LENDER?:
Q: DO I HAVE THE RIGHT TO APPEAL THE SUPPLEMENTAL ASSESSMENT?:
A: Yes. Appeals of supplemental assessments must be filed with the Assessment Appeals Board within 60 days of the mailing date shown on the bill.
To contact the Assessment Appeals Board, please call 619.531.5777.
Important: Filing an appeal does not suspend the obligation to pay property taxes due. If you choose to appeal your assessment, you must still pay your tax installments on any existing bills in full by the appropriate deadlines. Otherwise, you may incur penalties while the case is in the appeals process.