CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Chandler City Council has lowered the city’s primary property tax rate for the eighth consecutive year to help minimize the impact of increased property values. The one cent rate reduction brings Chandler’s combined property tax rate to $1.0926 per $100 of assessed property value for fiscal year 2023-2024, which began July 1.
The combined property tax rate consists of primary and secondary rates. The primary property tax rate of $0.2226 per $100 of assessed value funds the general operations of the city. The secondary property tax rate of $0.87 per $100 of assessed value funds debt service payments on outstanding general obligation bonds used to pay for capital improvement projects.
The City of Chandler represents roughly 11 percent of the total property taxes paid by residents. Public schools and community college districts account for roughly 70 percent of a typical property tax bill in Chandler, while Maricopa County and special taxing districts make up the remaining 19 percent.
For more information about the City of Chandler’s budget and property tax, visit chandleraz.gov/budget or call the budget office at 480-782-2254.