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In Nevada, the taxable value of an aircraft is derived by applying a 20-year life depreciation factor to the owner's original acquisition cost. Assessed value is computed by multiplying the taxable value by 35%, rounded to the nearest $1.00. To calculate the tax on your aircraft, let's assume a tax rate of $3.50 per hundred dollars of assessed value used in the example below: Aircraft purchased one year ago at a cost of $10,000......................... $10,000 The taxable value after depreciation is 10,000 x .90= ........................ 9,000 The assessed value for the aircraft is 9,000 x .35 = ........................... $3,150 The tax on the aircraft would be 3,150 x .035 = ................................ $110.25
Your safest recourse when planning a building project is to contact the Building Department for information regarding the requirements for building permits. Please remember that a properly permitted project will ensure your hard work becomes an enhancement to your property value.
If you are not sure whether or not you need a business license, please call our office at (775) 423-7627 and speak with Jennifer Reddick.
The Child Support Enforcement Program charges and collects from the custodial parent, a $35 annual fee for each case where the State has collected and disbursed more than $550. These are cases where the custodial parent has never received Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
The person with physical custody of minor children (that is, the adult with whom the minor children live for more than 50% of the time) can obtain a court order for child support from the non-custodial parent(s) several different ways: 1. Child support may be ordered/agreed to in a divorce or separate maintenance action.
2. Child support may be ordered (temporarily) as part of an Extended Protection Order.
3. Child support may be ordered through an enforcement or establishment action brought by the Churchill County District Attorney's Child Support unit on behalf of the custodial parent or non-parent/custodian.
4. Child support may be ordered/agreed to in a civil paternity action.
• 1 child, 18% of the parent’s gross monthly income (before taxes); • 2 children, 25%; • 3 children, 29%; • 4 children, 31%; • for each additional child, an additional 2% of the parent’s gross monthly income is added.
Generally, Nevada law presumes that the percentages of the non-custodial parent’s gross monthly income will be sufficient to support a child; however, the minimum amount of support that will be awarded is $100.00 per month, per child, and the maximum amount of support that will be awarded is up to $1,040.00 per month, per child. A court may adjust the amount of support for a child upon specific findings of fact concerning the following:
1. The cost of health insurance for the child;
2. The cost of child care for the child;
3. Any special educational needs of the child;
4. The age of the child;
5. Any responsibility of either parent to support other persons;
6. The values of services contributed by either parent;
7. Any public assistance paid to support the child;
8. Any pregnancy and confinement expenses of the mother;
9. Any travel expenses related to the child visiting the parents;
10. The amount of time the child spends with each parent;
11. The relative or comparative income of each parent; and
12. Any other necessary expenses of the child.
For additional information regarding the Nevada Debit Card, please call the Child Support Customer Service Unit toll free at 1-800-992-0900.
IDENTITY: It is important to know who we are. Your child has the right to the sense of belonging that comes from knowing both parents. MONEY: The law requires both parents to support their children. This is true even with an unplanned pregnancy. Children supported by one parent often do not have enough money for their needs.BENEFITS: Your child has the right to other benefits from both parents. These may include Social Security, insurance benefits, inheritance rights, veterans and other types of benefits.MEDICAL: Your child may need a complete medical history from the families of both parents. This could include inherited health problems.Both parents have the right to know and the responsibility to support their son or daughter.
A Nuisance Complaint can be downloaded [link to pdf – Nuisance Complaint] and shall be filed with the County Clerk alleging the existence of a nuisance as defined in NRS 40.140. The County Clerk shall notify the Board of County Commissioners at the next regularly scheduled Commissioners’ meeting and the board shall then fix a date to hear proof of the complainant and of the owner occupant of the real property whereon the alleged nuisance is claimed to exist, not less than thirty (30) days nor more than forty (40) days subsequent to the filing of the complaint. A notice of the hearing date shall be published at least once a week for two (2) weeks preceding the date fixed for the hearing in a newspaper of general circulation published in the county. The complainant and the owner occupant of the property shall be notified by certified mail of the time and place of the hearing and the nature of the complaint.
If charges have been filed and the defendant has been arrested, you may find out the status of the case by contacting the District Attorney’s Office at (775) 423-6561. You may also contact the State of Nevada, Victims of Crime Program to apply for financial assistance Victims of Crime Program.
Yes. You must agree to our GIS Data Download Agreement. Once you agree you will be shown our GIS Data Download page which has several data set's available. If the data set you are looking for is not listed you can contact the GIS Coordinator in the Planning Department at (775) 423-7627.
Download and print the Map Order Form and bring it into the Planning Department to discuss the particulars of what you need. There are various prices, dependent on the complexity of what you need and how long it takes to prepare the map.
Churchill County's policy is to only accept applications for currently advertised positions. Please apply when you see a position open that you are interested in. You may fill out a "Job Interest Card" to be notified when openings are posted. Visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/Churchill/jobInterestCards/categories to sign up!
The first step in achieving cooperative behavior is to ensure that rules and expectations are known, understood, an followed. This process will begin during orientation and will be reinforced daily. Another important component to ensuring a safe and secure environment will be to provide a mechanism to recognize the youth for their positive behavior while in detention.
The facility will use a "Levels System" which will be a means for the youth to receive positive reinforcement for pro-social behavior. Youth will achieve a higher level by completing the standard requirements for progression.
For those youth who are non-compliant, a system of consequences will be imposed. Those will include room restrictions, loss of privileges and depending upon the severity, further legal action.
No one under the age of 18 is permitted inside the living areas of the facility.
Nevada Manufactured Housing Division
State of Nevada Manufactured Housing Division 1830 E. College Pkwy, Suite 120 Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: (775) 684-2940 Fax: (775) 687-5521
(Manufactured Housing Division requires verification that taxes are paid in full prior to ownership changes.)
NEVADA DEPT. OF MOTOR VEHICLES 973 West Williams Ave. Fallon, NV 89406 (775) 423-2797 or (800) 368-7828 Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles
The Parks and Recreation office handles the renting of the facilities. You can rent either arena, our Multi-Purpose or Dry Gulch building and/or the covered pavilion to host any event you can think of. Contact the Parks and Recreation office at (775) 423-7733 for pricing and availability.
Business Personal Property Asset Listing Template
The completed declaration provides most of the information needed to determine the taxable value of the business personal property. All personal property used for the business should be listed completely and accurately. The cost and year of acquisition should be listed on the declaration. The cost is defined as the purchase price of the item, including any applicable shipping and installation charges. The year of purchase or acquisition is needed so that the value of the property can be reduced by any applicable depreciation. The depreciation factors are based on expected life schedules prescribed by the Nevada Tax Commission through the Personal Property Manual.
To determine the tax see the example below: Office furniture was purchased one year ago at a cost of .................. $1,200 The taxable value after depreciation is 1,200 x .87= ..........................$1,044 A computer was purchased year ago at a cost of ............................ $1,000 The taxable value after depreciation is 1,000 x .33 = ............................ 330 The total taxable value for above equipment is 1044 + 330 = ............. $1,374 The assessed value for the above equipment is 1,374 x .35 =................$ 481 The tax on the equipment would be 481 x. 035 = ............................. $16.84 The tax rates vary by district.
Real and Personal Property Appraisers must be certified by the State of Nevada, and are required to maintain the certification through a program of continuing education.
Using the Assessor Parcel Number (APN) or the Property Address you can check if a property is in a flood zone with the Flood Zone Finder Map. You can also call the Planning Department at (775) 423-7627 and we can check for you.
Contact the Planning Department at (775) 423-7627 with the address you wish to verify.
The Planning Department also assigns new addresses. In order to obtain a new address, you need to know the Assessor Parcel Number (APN) for your property. Then complete an Address Request Form and bring in a site plan showing your property and the approximate location of the driveway. Please include approximate locations of neighboring properties driveways on the site plan.
Nevada Revised States (NRS) 361.471 through 361.4735 provides for a Partial Tax Abatement of property taxes and is commonly referred to as the "Tax Cap". The Tax Cap limits the amount your property taxes can increase from the last fiscal tax year to the current fiscal tax year. Any amount over the tax cap limit is abated. The Tax Cap does not apply to new construction, new value placed on the assessment roll or changes in actual or authorized use. The Tax Cap does not mean your taxes will increase. It means that if your taxes increase, they will not increase by more than a certain percentage.
For property that is your primary residence in Nevada or property that is rented at or below the low income housing (HUD) rent level, you may file this claim form to receive the "Low Tax Cap", which cannot exceed 3%. All other types/uses of qualifying property receive the "High Tax Cap", which cannot exceed 8%.
You received this form to give you the opportunity to claim the Low Tax Cap. Various reasons may prompt this form to be sent to you. This form overrides any forms that may have been filed in past years for this parcel. Anytime you receive this form and you believe you qualify for the Low Tax Cap, the form needs to be filed with the Assessor's Office to establish or reestablish your qualification. To file the claim for the Low Tax Cap, complete the form received and return it to our office.
A property can qualify as your primary residence if it meets all of the criteria below:
For the official language please refer to Nevada Revised Statute (NRS) 361.4723(6)(b).
If a family member that is not an owner on the deed to the property lives at the property and pays the mortgage it is considered a rental and the amount they pay should be reported on this claim form as rent.
A rental property may qualify for the Low Tax Cap if the maximum amount of monthly rent collected between April 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019 is at or below the fair market rent amount as determined for Churchill County pursuant to NRS 361.4724. In order for our office to determine if your rental property qualifies for the Low Tax Cap our office needs to know how many bedrooms are in this residence, the maximum amount of monthly rent charged to your tenant(s) between April 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019 and whether the rent amount paid by your tenant(s) included the heat and electric. The State of Nevada Department of Taxation publishes the maximum rental limits each year and can be found on their website. If the amount of rent your tenant pays exceeds the fair market rent published, the property does not qualify for the Low Tax Cap and you do not need to file this claim form.
If, as of July 1, 2019, this property will not be occupied, is under construction, was abandoned, is no longer usable as a dwelling or if the property will be used for any other reason other than as your primary residence or a residential rental, the property will not qualify for the Low Tax Cap and you do not need to file this claim form.
If the property has, or is being, sold and you will no longer be the owner on July 1, 2019, you may disregard this form. Our office will update our ownership records after the new deed is recorded and will mail a Property Tax Cap Claim Form to the new owner.
If it is prior to June 30, 2020 you may still submit the form to our office. Our office will process this form and notify the Churchill County Treasurer's Office of any change in qualification. The Treasurer's Office will notify you if there is any adjustment to your tax bill.
Pursuant to NRS 361.4734, a taxpayer who is aggrieved by a determination of the Tax Cap decision made for their property, may file a written petition to the County Assessor. The deadline to appeal the tax cap for the 2019/2020 fiscal year is June 30, 2020. You may obtain an appeal form by calling our office at (775) 428-6584.
We receive our information from the Nevada Tax Commission through the Nevada Department of Taxation. For more information please visit https://tax.nv.gov/. For any other questions, please contact the Assessor's Office at (775) 423-6584 or email us.
If a structure has been removed from the property and the Assessor’s office is notified, the Assessor will delete the value from the assessment. Also, if on or after the lien date there was partial or total destruction of an improvement and the property was rendered unusable for not less than 90 consecutive days, the owner of the property may be entitled to an adjustment or credit. NRS 361.227
In the state of Nevada there are two components to your valuation. The land value set according to current market values (NAC 361.118) and the improvements to the land is valued using the approved Marshall and Swift costing manual and Nevada Tax Commission approved Rural Manual in accordance with the Nevada Administrative Code (NAC 361.128). A depreciation factor of 1.5% per year is applied to the age of the improvements, structures, etc, up to a maximum of 50 years. Land values are derived from market sales or other recognized appraisal methods, in accordance to the Nevada Revised Statutes, and are added to the improvement values. All of these values are updated annually.
• If the property is your primary residence within the State of Nevada, the abatement equals the amount of taxes that exceed last year`s tax bill plus 3%.
• If the property contains rental unit(s) and the rent on all units within the property are at or below the fair market rent for the county in which the dwelling is located, as most recently published by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, the abatement equals the amount of taxes which exceed last year`s tax bill plus 3%.
• Most other properties (rental units where the rent exceeds the HUD guidelines, commercial, industrial, vacant land, mixed use, etc.), except as noted below, are subject to an abatement at a higher level which is calculated by comparing
• (1) The greater of: (a) The average percentage of change in the assessed valuation of all the taxable property in the county, as determined by the Department, over the fiscal year in which the levy is made and the 9 immediately preceding fiscal years; (b) Twice the percentage of increase in the Consumer Price Index for all Urban Consumers, U.S. City Average (All Items) for the immediately preceding calendar year; or (c) Zero; or (2) Eight percent, whichever is less.
Because the current year tax bill is calculated based on the prior year tax bill, changes in assessed value do not have as much impact on a tax bill (up or down) as they did prior to the law change.
The abatement is the amount of additional taxes that would have been owed if not for the tax cap. For a property with a 3% tax cap, if the 2008 tax bill was $1,000 the 2009 tax bill could be no more than $1,030 even if the calculated taxes (assessed value x tax rate) were $1,050.
In the example above the $20 difference between the actual tax bill of $1,030 and the calculated tax bill of $1,050 is the abatement.NRS 361.4722 through NRS 361.4733
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You can find information regarding maintenance of County Roads by following the link.
No. The County Road Department receives no money from property taxes or registration fees. The Road Department is funded by local gas tax collections. This rate is $0.09 per gallon of gasoline. Taxes on diesel fuel are allocated to the state of Nevada and do not contribute to the maintenance of county roads.
Any person, contractor, or public utility performing work within a county right of way or road easement needs an encroachment permit. Standard road easements are 60 feet wide (30 feet on both sides from the center of the roadway). The $50.00 permit fee for a residential encroachment permit will be waived for driveways, landscaping, and fencing, if the Road Department is notified during the planning phase.
HUD Median Market Rents in Churchill County for the current tax year are listed on the Department of Taxation website at the link below (Maximum rent allowed for each type of unit according to the number of bedrooms). The updated U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) amounts are available in April or May annually.
You should contact the Office at (775) 423-6584 if you have any questions.
Department of Taxation: Fair Market Rents