Property Taxes and Special Assessments

Property Taxes and Special Assessments

Truth in Taxation
The City of Victoria hosted its Truth in Taxation hearing on December 12, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. at Victoria City Hall, 1670 Stieger Lake Lane, Victoria, Minnesota 55386.

This was a time for the public to hear a general review of the City’s budget and levy and an opportunity for the public to comment on the proposed budget and levy, prior to Council adoption.

Timeline for the 2023 Budget 

June through November 2022
  • City Council held three budget workshops, open to the public, to consider the proposed budget and preliminary tax levy required to maintain current delivery of services. 
  • City Council determined the preliminary tax levy for taxes payable in 2023 at the Regular September 12, 2022 meeting. At that meeting, City Council identified December 12 to be the date of the Truth in Taxation hearing. 
  • City Council held a budget workshop, open to the public, to review the Enterprise funds, Capital funds, and five-year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP).
December 2022
  • City Council held a Truth in Taxation Public Hearing at the Monday, December 12th meeting. 
  • City Council adopted the 2023 budget and established a final levy at the Monday, December 12, 2022 meeting.
Property Taxes

How much do Victoria homeowners pay in property taxes? The amount due depends on a number of factors, including the following.

  • Levies from the City of Victoria, Carver County, school districts and other taxing agencies
  • Market value
  • Property classification
Find property tax estimates and property information on Carver County’s website.

Learn how property taxes are calculated and property tax revenue is apportioned among taxing jurisdictions including the city, county, school district and any special taxing authorities. The city’s taxes are approximately 25% of the total tax bill.

Special Assessments

View the list of levied assessments as of January 1, 2023.  Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information, however, neither the City of Victoria or its employees assume any liability in the event of error or admission.

To find out if a levied assessment has been paid since the beginning of the year, email Trisha Pollock at and include the parcel identification number (PID) and property address.

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