How are tax rates set for my property?
Tax rates or millage levies are set by procedures established in the Oklahoma Constitution or voted directly by the taxpayers. Rates are not set by the County Assessor. There are over 75 different rates in Oklahoma County and those vary across the county depending on which school district, city limit and vocational-technical school district the property is located. The tax or millage rate levied against a property makes a great deal of difference in the taxes paid. Rates in Oklahoma County have varied from $75 to $134 per thousand.

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1. What is the job of the County Assessor?
2. Does the County Assessor determine fence lines/boundaries?
3. Does the County Assessor have contact information other than a mailing address?
4. How do I figure my tax?
5. How are tax rates set for my property?
6. What is a mill?
7. Where does my property tax money go?
8. When do I pay my tax?