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Acres - Units used to measure the size of a property.  Taxes are based on the calculated acres.

Appraisal - The fair market value of your property.

Assessment - A percentage of the appraised value used to calculate tax payments.

Residential and farms = 25% of the appraised value
Personal Property = 30% of the appraised value
Commercial Property = 40% of the appraised value

City
- The number assigned to the incorporated cities within the County:  102-Burns; 129-Charlotte; 203-Dickson; 749-Vanleer; 770-White Bluff.

Classification - Identifies the use of the property (i.e., residential, commercial, farm, agriculture, personal property, industrial).  Residential identifies 14 acres or less.  Farm identifies 15 acres or more that is not in the greenbelt (discounted value) program.  Agriculture/Forest Greenbelt is 15 acres or more.

CO - The number assigned to Dickson County (022).

Current Taxes - The base amount of the property taxes owed.

DI (District) - The County is divided into 15 civil districts.  This identifies the district where the property is located.

Map - Identifies the Assessor of Property’s map number.

Group - The letter assigned to a group of parcels on a certain map.

Ctl Map - The controlling map number used to identify the property.

Parcel - The number assigned to each parcel of land (within the group number).

S/I (Special Interest) - This applies to property that has separate assessments (i.e., the city limits may divide a parcel; a commercial business located within a residential property; multiple personal property assessments located on one parcel of property).

EQ Factor - Equalization Factor:  The ratio between the market value and the appraised value on record in the Assessor's Office.  This ratio is applied to personal property taxes when the ratio falls below 100%. 

Greenbelt - The Agricultural, Forest and Open Space Land Act of 1976, known as the Greenbelt Law, allows certain land to be taxed based on its present use instead of the market value.  Two or more separate tracts under the same owner may qualify if one is at least 15 acres and none is less than 10 acres, and if all are part of a farm.  To qualify for greenbelt, farm property must produce an average annual gross farm income of at least $1,500; forest must have a management plan.  For more information, contact the Assessor of Property’s office.  

Property Address - The physical address of a property. 

Receipt No - A unique number identifying a single tax bill.  

Rollback Taxes - When greenbelt property is disqualified for any reason, the owner is liable for a rollback assessment, which means a repayment of the taxes saved while the land was classified as greenbelt.

Rollback Yrs. (Years) - Rollback years are the years the rollback tax is assessed.  The rollback period is three years for agriculture and forestland, five years for open space land and ten years for land under the open space easement.

SSD (Special School District) - There are no special school districts in Dickson County.  

Subdivision Name BLK Lot - This information identifies the property as filed in the plat in the Register of Deed's Office.

Subdivision Name - Name of the subdivision on the plat.

BLK - Block number

Lot - Lot number(s) 

Tax Rate per $100 of Assessment - The ratio of dollars of tax per $100 of assessed value.  The County Legislative Body sets the tax rate annually.  This rate is applied per $100 of the assessed value. (Assessed value divided by 100 x tax rate = amount of property tax).  

Tax Yr. (Year) - The calendar year for which the taxes have been assessed.

Total Due - The total amount of the current year's tax owed by the property owner.