Cache County Tax Timeline


  • Delinquent taxes from the previous year are posted on the Cache County website.
  • At the end of the month, the Recorder finalizes parcel definitions for the current year and begins work in the next tax year.
  • By the end of the month, the Treasurer contacts and collects delinquent segged taxes due from the past year or notifies new owners of delinquency.


  • Delinquent taxes that remain from the previous year move into back taxes.


  • Auditor begins setting proposed tax rates and begins Tax Relief Applications.
  • Assessor finalizes property values.


  • Auditor continues setting proposed tax rates and processing Tax Relief Applications.


  • Auditor mails property valuation notices.
  • Auditor continues processing Tax Relief Applications.
  • Auditor finishes setting proposed tax rates.


  • Auditor/Assessor begin the Board of Equalization process for appealing property value.


  • Auditor/Assessor finish the Board of Equalization process.
  • Auditor finishes processing on time Tax Relief Applications
  • Auditor begins setting final tax rates.
  • Auditor finishes setting final tax rates.
  • At the first of the month, the Assessor attaches rollback assessments to parcels.


  • Tax notices are mailed by the Treasurer.


  • Taxes are due by November 30th.


  • Taxes for the current year become delinquent.

If you would like to know more about the whole process, here is the official document from the State of Utah with a more detailed explanation.