What is the property tax rate for the City?
The City of Hallandale Beach has assessed a millage of 5.9000 or approximately $5.90 per one thousand dollars of assessed taxable value as determined by the Broward County Property Appraiser. The City Commission, for the purpose of funding the operations of the City of Hallandale Beach, adopts this millage annually. This represents 28% of the total tax bill sent to you by the Broward County Revenue Collector. The total millage paid by area residents including the Hallandale Beach millage is 21.0759 mills. Other taxing authorities included in your bill are Broward County Government, Broward County School Board, South Florida Water Management District, South Broward Hospital District, etc. The link to the Property Appraiser website is:Broward Property Appraiser

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1. What is the City's Fiscal Year?
2. What is the property tax rate for the City?
3. What is the taxable value of my property?
4. How and where do I pay my property tax bill?
5. What is the millage rates for the special districts?
6. What is the cost and process for a lien search?
7. Can you add a property to Conduits?
8. How do I get a payoff for a lien?