- 2015 Tax Sale concluded on May 28, 2015
- Tax Sale Procedures & Rules
- Tax Sale Bidder Registration
- Frequently Asked Questions: Tax Sale
- Special Rules Regarding Sale of Contaminated Property
Tax Sale Objective The Tax Sale is designed to best protect the financial interests of the delinquent property owner while also meeting the needs of local governments to collect delinquent property taxes.
Tax Sale Basics On or about March 16th of each year, the County Treasurer files a “Tax Sale Listing” with the County Auditor of parcels of real property which have unpaid property taxes which have been delinquent for over four years. Properties may be removed from this list by paying the delinquent property taxes to the County Treasurer at any time prior to the tax sale. The Auditor offers for sale properties remaining on the list on the day of the sale. The 2015 Tax Sale was held on Thursday, May 28, 2015 in the Council Chambers of the Salt Lake County Government Center, 2001 S. State Street, Room N1-110.
To understand how the tax sale works, please read the Tax Sale Procedures & Rules. Also, for the relevant laws governing the tax sale, please review Title 59, Chapter 2, Part 13 of the Utah Code and Chapter 3.65 of Salt Lake County’s Code of Ordinances.