Why do I need to fill out a Vessel Property Statement?
We need to know the boat's condition, if it was sold and who purchased the boat. If the statement is not returned, an estimated assessment will be made using the best information available, and a 10% penalty on the assessed value will be added for failure to file per Revenue and Taxation Code Section 463.

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1. Why did my property tax bill go up this year?
2. What do I do if I think that my property is assessed at a value that is above the market value as of January 1st?
3. I have questions about my property tax bill, who should I call?
4. I have questions about my supplemental notice, who should I call?
5. My property tax bill says "Improvements" but I did not make any changes to my property, why is that?
6. How do I find my APN?
7. Why has a name change occurred on title?
8. I'm recording a document to transfer property, are there any tips to ensure that the process isn't delayed?
9. Where does the Assessor's Office get mailing addresses?
10. How can I change my mailing address?
11. Are the Assessor Parcel Maps online?
12. Is an Assessor's parcel the same as a legal, buildable lot?
13. I have questions about my Business Property Statement (571-L form), what should I do?
14. I received a questionnaire regarding my business, do I have to report equipment that I use for the business even if I owned the equipment before I started the business?
15. Why is my boat assessed and why do I have to pay property taxes on it?
16. Why do I need to fill out a Vessel Property Statement?
17. What is a supplemental assessment?
18. What is the zoning for my property?
19. I want to preserve my land for agricultural or open space use. Can I get any tax relief for doing that?
20. What is an escape assessment?
21. How do I find out who owns property in Nevada County or if a certain person owns real property?
22. My property changed ownership between parents and children, why did I get reassessed?