Fourteen states have recently announced upcoming tax bill due dates. The table below shows the states that have due dates — preliminary assessments, secured tax bills (California), and tax bill due dates — during the month of November, 2019. Click on the state abbreviation to get the full detail by city and county.

State

Date Type

Entities

Dates

Notes

AZ

Tax Bills

Statewide

10/11/2019

CA

Secured Tax Bills

Statewide

9/1-11/4

FL

Tax Bills

Statewide

11/1-11/8

Some are published early this week

GA

Tax Bills

150

9/1 – 11/29

Various mailing dates based on when counties and cities have bills prepared

IL

Prelim Assessments

20

10/4 – 11/30

Mailing dates are soft – mailed only when assessors complete their work

ME

Tax Bills

130

10/10 – 11/15

Majority mailing 11/1 but some exceptions (both earlier and later)

MO

Tax Bills

Statewide

11/1

Statewide due dates are also set to 12/31

NM

Tax Bills

Statewide

11/8 – 11/29

Various mailing dates (most on Fridays) throughout November

NC

State Assessed Tax Bills

Statewide

10/1 -10-30

Various dates throughout the state

OK

Tax Bills

10

10/23 – 11/29

Various dates throughout (mostly) November

OR

Tax Bills

Statewide

10/25

Statewide mailing date

TN

Tax Bills

Statewide

10/25

Statewide with some exceptions into early November

TX

Tax Bills

400

10/16 – 12/13

UT

Tax Bills

Statewide

10/14 – 11/15

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