All personal property in Idaho, unless exempt, is subject to assessment and taxation. You must report all of your taxable personal property in Blaine County to our office. A declaration form can be found below.
The first $250,000 of personal property is exempt from taxation. Taxpayers using the property in a common enterprise or in related organizations only qualify for one $250,000 exemption per county.
If the value of all of your personal property is $250,000 or less, you previously qualified for the $250,000 exemption, and you haven't acquired taxable personal property that would result in a total value greater than $250,000, you may not need to file annual reports.
April 18: Must return your personal property declaration to our office.
First Monday in June: The Assessment Notices are mailed out.
First Monday in November: You must report if the status of your business personal property changes from exempt to nonexempt during the year.
Fourth Monday in November: The Tax bills are mailed out by the Blaine County Treasure.
December 20: The first half of the tax bill is due to the Blaine County Treasure.
June 20: The second half of the tax bill is due to the Blaine County Treasure.
Taxable personal property
Includes items used commercially for convenience, decoration, service, or storage. Examples are:
- Display racks
- File cabinets
- Medical/scientific instruments
- Office machines
- Store counters
Please email declarations to Maria Casas.
For more information contact the Idaho State Tax Commission at 208-334-7733.