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Rich County Utah Property Tax

$422.00 29th of 29

Median Property Tax In Rich County, Utah


Median Home Value In
Rich County, Utah

0.35% 27th of 29

Median Property Tax
As Percentage Of Home Value


Median Income In
Rich County, Utah

The median property tax (also known as real estate tax) in Rich County is $422.00 per year, based on a median home value of $120,300.00 and a median effective property tax rate of 0.35% of property value.

Rich County collects very high property taxes, and is among the top 25% of counties in the United States ranked by property tax collections. Of the twenty-nine counties in Utah, Rich County is ranked 29th by median property taxes, and 27th by median tax as percentage of home value.

While Rich County collects a median of 0.35% of a property's each year as property tax, the actual amount of property tax collected is lower compared to the rest of Utah. This is partially because the median property value in Rich County is $104,400.00 lower than the Utah median property value of $224,700.00.

Property Tax Tip Note: Due to the complicated and varied methods used to calculate property tax in different counties, the best way to compare property taxes between jurisdictions is through median property tax values. If you need to calculate the exact tax due on your property, contact the Rich County Tax Assessor.

Rich County's Property Tax Is Higher Than Average

29th out of 29

By median yearly property tax

27th out of 29

By percentage of median home value

29th out of 29

By percentage of median income

You can see how Rich County (highlighted in green) compares to the twenty-nine other counties in Utah with the bar chart above, sorted by median property tax in dollars. For a visual map of county property tax rates in Utah, see our Utah county property tax map.

Property Tax Tip Remember: Real estate prices also play a large part in which Utah counties have the highest and lowest median property taxes. Higher-valued properties will generally have higher taxes, even if the median percentage of home value levied as property tax is different. For comparisons, you can also use Percentage Of Home Value.

Rich County is located in Utah, which is ranked 32nd highest of the 50 states by median property tax. Here's how Rich County's property tax compares to the 3,142 other counties nationwide:

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To see how Utah as a whole compares to the rest of the states, check our our interactive state-by-state property tax map. You can find statewide statistics on the Utah property tax page.

We have real estate tax tax information for a total of twenty-nine Utah counties in addition to Rich County. Choose any county from the list below, or see Utah property tax by county to see property tax information for all Utah counties on one page. To compare county tax rates with an interactive color-coded map, see our Utah property tax map.

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Rich County Property Tax Assessor

Property tax assessments in Rich County are the responsibility of the Rich County Tax Assessor, whose office is located in Randolph, Utah.

If you need to pay your property tax bill, ask about a property tax assessment, look up the Rich County property tax due date, or find property tax records, visit the Rich County Tax Assessor's page. Applications for the Rich County homestead exemption, any property tax appeals, and applications for a current use tax reduction must also be submitted to the Rich County Assessor's Office.

For some properties, you can easily find the most recent tax assessment by looking up the property address with our property records search. You can also use our Rich County Property Tax Calculator to estimate your property tax based on median tax values (results open in new page).

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Data Sources: Our property tax data is based on a 5-year study of median property tax rates conducted from 2006 through 2010.

United States Census Property Tax Data
U.S. Census Bureau
American Community Survey, 2006-2010
The Tax Foundation Property Tax Data
The Tax Foundation
Property Tax Calculations, July 2012
utah Property Tax Data
Utah State Tax Commission
Tax Statistics & References