Find out what happens after withdrawal.
At the time land is removed from classification it becomes subject to any additional tax, applicable interest, and a penalty which shall be due and payable to the county treasurer within 30 days after the owner is notified.
Find out how to appeal your removal of land classification.
Learn about the criteria for Classification.
Find out how taxes are distributed.
When land is classified as either farm and agricultural land, open space, or timber land, it shall not be applied to any other use for a period of not less than 10 years unless transferred or reclassified into another current use classification or an early withdrawal penalty will apply.
Any additional tax, applicable interest, and penalty, becomes a lien on the land at the time the land is removed from classification.
An owner changing the use of land from a classified use must notify the county assessor within 60 days of this action.
Find out when the removal of land is not subject to additional tax.
If the owner intends to withdraw all or a portion of the land from classification after 10 years, 2 years prior notice must be given to the county assessor.
Find out information about selling classified land.
Find out what to do with taxes allocated to a portion of the year.