The Property Appraiser sends a Truth in Millage (TRIM) Notice to all property owners as required by law, usually in August of each year. This notice is very important. You will recognize it by the 'DO NOT PAY - THIS IS NOT A BILL' statement on the envelope and document.
The TRIM Notice shows you the taxable value of your property and provides information on proposed millage rates and taxes as estimated by each Brevard County taxing authority, which includes the County Commission, School Board, municipalities, etc.
The TRIM Notice also gives you information on proposed millage rates and taxes as estimated by your county taxing authorities. It also shows you when and where these authorities will hold public meetings to discuss tentative budgets and set your final tax millage rates.NOTE: The TRIM notice only shows proposed taxes that are based on your property's value (ad-valorem taxes). It does not show non-ad-valorem taxes, which are fee-based rather than value based.