Property taxes must be paid by December 1st. What to do if you haven't received a tax notice
Tax notices to owners of taxable real estate and vehicles are sent by tax authorities (posted in the taxpayer’s personal account) no later than 30 days before the tax payment deadline: no later than December 1 of the year following the expired tax period for which taxes are paid.
However, tax notices are not sent by mail on paper in the following cases:
1) the presence of a tax benefit, tax deduction, other grounds established by law that completely exempt the owner of the taxable object from paying tax;
2) if the total amount of taxes reflected in the tax notice is less than 100 rubles, with the exception of the case of sending a tax notice in a calendar year, after which the tax authority loses the opportunity to send a tax notice;
3) the taxpayer is a user of the Internet service of the Federal Tax Service of Russia — the taxpayer’s personal account and has not sent a notification to the tax authority about the need to receive tax documents on paper;
4) the taxpayer sent a notification to the tax authority about the need to receive documents from the tax authorities in electronic form through a personal account on the unified portal of state and municipal services (hereinafter referred to as EPGU).
In other cases, if a tax notice for the period of ownership of taxable real estate or a vehicle has not been received by November 1, it is advisable for the taxpayer to contact the tax authority or send information through the “Taxpayer Personal Account” or using the Internet service of the Federal Tax Service of Russia “Contact the Federal Tax Service of Russia.”
Owners of real estate or vehicles who never received tax notices for the past tax period and did not claim tax benefits for taxable property,
source: Interdistrict Inspectorate of the Federal Tax Service of Russia No. 6 for the Republic of Crimea