Natural Resources

Remember that the Annual Return for Assessment is due March 1st each year.

In accordance with Utah Code Annotated 59-2-207, each centrally assessed Natural Resource taxpayer must annually file on or before March 1 a completed Annual Return for Assessment with the Property Tax Division of the Utah State Tax Commission. The Return includes information regarding “all real property and tangible personal property located in the state” and owned or operated by the taxpayer.

The Property Tax Division uses the return information to calculate an assessed value for Property Tax purposes. The information includes location, acquisition year, purchase price, and description of assets. If land parcels are acquired or disposed of during the year, a copy of the deed must be included with the return.

Please direct any questions or requests for assistance to the Property Tax Division at 801-297-3600.

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