Can the parcel remain in the use value assessment program when the "use" of the property changes to a non-qualifying use?

Parcels that are not in a bona fide agricultural, horticultural, forest or open space use are not eligible for the use value assessment program. The property owner is required to report any change in the use of the property to the Real Estate Assessor within sixty days of such change. At which time the property will be removed from the use value assessment program.

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1. What is the use value assessment program; will this program save the property owner money?
2. What is the purpose of the use value assessment program?
3. What are the qualifications for a use value assessment?
4. Does property qualify for the special use value assessment when the land is used for livestock?
5. Can property continue to receive the special use value assessment when the owner sells his/her property?
6. Will roll back taxes be assessed on a property when a portion of the property is sold?
7. Can the parcel remain in the use value assessment program when the "use" of the property changes to a non-qualifying use?