If I do not agree with the actual value, what steps should I take?
You may come into the office during May to speak to an appraiser about your value. Or, you may file an appeal online, or mail an appeal to our office. This appeal must be postmarked by the first business day each June. It is important that if you choose to appeal the Assessor’s value, you should provide pertinent information supporting your estimated value. If you appoint an agent to act on your behalf, that person needs your written authorization.

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1. How is the value determined on my property?
2. How often is property revalued?
3. What is the difference between actual value and assessed value?
4. How are property taxes calculated?
5. Why don’t all properties increase or decrease by the same percentage?
6. Who sets the mill levy?
7. Can you appeal your property taxes to the Assessor?
8. If I do not agree with the actual value, what steps should I take?
9. I’m not sure if I should appeal or not. How can I find out the sales prices of the properties in my neighborhood for the 24-month period prior to June 30, 2020?
10. What is the Property Tax Exemption for Seniors?
11. How are Parcel numbers assigned?
12. What do the codes mean on the parcel report?