Property Tax Statements

Hennepin County creates and mails all property tax statements.

If you need a copy of your property tax statement, go to the Property Information Search section of the Hennepin County website and search for your property under the subhead "Property tax information online."

Property tax statements payable in the current year are mailed by Hennepin County in early March and will be available online after April 1.

Truth In Taxation Hearing (2021 Proposed Levies And Taxes)

Each year in November homeowners receive a notice in the mail that outlines their proposed property tax for the coming year (see example). The notice also lists dates for the budget hearings of the various taxing jurisdictions (county, city, school district) so property owners can provide public comment. Golden Valley's 2020 Truth in Taxation meeting will be held via Webex Dec 1, 2020 following the HRA Special Meeting (see below).

Participate

Information about how to access and/or participate in the virtual meeting is available in the meeting agendas:

You may also provide written comment via email to svirnig@goldenvalleymn.gov or leave a voicemail at 763-593-8010.

    • Leave voicemail or email by 2 pm on meeting date to ensure adequate time to disseminate your comment or testimony to the City Council.  
    • Include the item number and item name listed on the agenda.
    • Include your name, phone number, and address when leaving a voicemail or email. 
    • Please indicate if you also plan to call in during the meeting to provide live comment or testimony.

The Homestead Market Value Exclusion (HMVE)

The homestead classification applies to properties occupied as primary residences by their owners. The state regulates the program.

Understanding Minnesota's Property Tax System

Minnesota has a complicated property tax system. The following resources from the League of Minnesota Cities explain the property tax system and why property taxes change from year to year.

Why Your Property Taxes Change From Year To Year