Your tax bill is not a reflection of the current value of your home. When you sell your home the buyer will have a new assessed value and be taxed based on that price. Many politicians are always looking for ways to "boost revenues" by eliminating Prop 13. This would hurt many seniors on fixed income and anyone who has their property increase significantly in value.
3 Leaf Realty
The 1% of purchase price can increase 2% per year. So in your case first year $2350 + voter approved debt + special assessments. Second year $2397 + voter approved debt + special assessments.
Tony has provided you with a "hit-the-bulls-eye" response.
While it's a topic that can cure insomnia, there's quite a bit more you need to know about Property Taxes.
1) Your effective property tax bill actually consists of three separate levy categories: General Tax Levy, Voter Approved Indebtedness and Direct/Special Assessments.
2) You may be receiving a supplemental tax bill.
"Estimating Property Taxes in CA"