News: Truth in Taxation meeting is November 30

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Hennepin County Minnesota



Hennepin County budget (Truth in Taxation) meeting is November 30

Hennepin County will hold a public meeting on the proposed 2022 budget and property tax levy – commonly called the truth in taxation meeting – on Tuesday, November 30.


Meeting details

  • Tuesday, November 30 at 6 p.m.
  • Find more details and link to join the meeting:


For questions about the county's proposed budget, attend the truth in taxation meeting

The proposed 2022 budget is $2.4 billion, an increase of $149 million from last year. The proposed net property tax levy is $899 million, an increase of $30 million from last year.

The Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority and Hennepin County Housing and Redevelopment Authority will also discuss their budgets and levies at the meeting. 

For more details, visit


Submit a comment for the truth in taxation meeting

We are committed to retaining public participation at meetings in the current remote working environment. You may submit pre-recorded comments and we will play them back to board members during the meeting.

You may submit a pre-recorded comment between 7 a.m. on Monday, November 29, and 7 a.m. on Tuesday, November 30.


Record a comment for the meeting

  • Call 612-688-4455
  • Leave a voicemail message with your comments
  • Comments are limited to less than two minutes in length
  • Only your name and city will be shared at the meeting; your phone number will be redacted and will not be played

Participants will need to adhere to the rules of decorum as outlined in our posted guidance for addressing the board.


Submit a written comment

If you would prefer to provide written comments, you may email at any time prior to 7 a.m. on November 30 and they will be presented to the board at the truth in taxation meeting at 6 p.m. 


For questions about your property valuation, contact the assessor's office

Property values are one factor affecting property taxes owed for an individual property. The Assessor's Office assesses your property and estimates the value it would likely sell for on the open market, which is one factor used in determining your property tax. In some municipalities the city assessor, rather than the county, determines property values. You can find the correct contact information for your assessor here: Find your property assessor | Hennepin County.

Find out more about property values.


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