Tax jurisdictions known as Special Tax Districts or “SpTD” are unique because they do not follow municipal boundaries. In addition, they may cover only a portion of a city or county, making it difficult to assess an address’s actual tax jurisdiction footprint. 

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The Special Tax District report indicates whether or not an address is within a SpTD by noting “Yes”, “No” or PCC (partial county and/or city coverage). “Yes” returns provide the district identification, type and name. A “PCC” return highlights only the areas that have and SpTD that do not include the entire city or county.

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