What if I don't agree with what you have determined to be my property value?
If you don't agree with the value, you can contact our office within the 30-day appeal period and initiate an informal appeal. An informal appeal consists of a staff person and you reviewing the information we have on record regarding your property. In addition to the office review, if needed, a physical review of the property will be done. Once the informal review has been completed, you will be notified of the results. If you are content with the results the appeal process ends here. If the results of the review are not to your satisfaction, you may file a formal appeal with this office. An appeal hearing will be scheduled for you to meet with the County Board of Equalization to present your evidence as to why you think the Assessor's determined value is incorrect.

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1. How is my property valued?
2. How do I read my Notice of Assessment?
3. Why did my property value increase?
4. Can my property taxes increase more than 25% in one year?
5. What if I don't agree with what you have determined to be my property value?
6. Why did you visit my property?
7. Who owns a certain property?
8. Can the Assessor's office provide me a legal description?
9. Is the Assessor's office where I pay my taxes?
10. What is Personal Property?
11. What is Real Property?