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Currently we do not have an online statement that can be printed. If you are using the information to file for a property tax refund using the M1PR form, you can access the information that the State of Minnesota will need by clicking on the Property Information link on our home page and accessing the parcel’s property information. The summary page shows the tax amounts near the bottom of the page labeled Tax Amounts for M1PR. If you would like a full duplicate tax statement, you can call 763-323-5400 and request a duplicate be sent to you.
How your property is classified and/or the tax amount, will determine when your taxes are due.
You may pay in person at the Public Service Counter in the Government Center in downtown Anoka located at 2100 3rd Ave. You can also pay by check or cash at any of the Anoka County License Centers. (Note: The Deputy Registrar's office in Circle Pines does not accept property tax payments.)
The taxes for Personal Property located on leased government-owned land may be paid in two installments which are due at the same time as real estate property taxes, and which are subject to the same penalty schedule and penalty rates as real estate property taxes. All other Personal Property taxes are due in full on or before May 15, 20XX.
If an installment due date falls on a weekend, it is due the next business day. View the penalty table.
The "Truth in Taxation Notice" (TNT) also known as the "Notice of Proposed Taxes" is mailed in mid-November each year. The notice estimates the property tax you will pay in the following year if the taxing jurisdictions approve the budget amounts they are considering. Property owners are invited to attend meetings held by the local units of government to express their opinions on local budgets.This is not the meeting to discuss your taxable market value.