Originally Posted by 01tundra
So is this for an RV that's been at the site for a certain amount of time, like a seasonal site or storage?
Or are you saying that if we go camping for a week over New Years (say arrive 12/26 and depart 1/2) and drive home with our trailer they send us a tax bill if the assessor happened to drop by while we were there camping?
If you are referring to my comments, the property isn't a "campground", it's private rural property owned by me.
In the past, people were taxed for permanent structures. A "mobile home" was considered permanent. An RV was not taxed because it was basically a Vehicle" and was not bolted down. They changed that regulation.
Assessors don't "send you a bill", they notify you of an increase in assessment and the higher tax amount will show up when you get your next county or school taxes.
In my case, the RV WAS permanent. I had no plan to move it ever, so I couldn't really complain.