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The Assessor's Office creates the tax roll annually by identifying, locating, and valuing all property subject to ad valorem taxes in the County.

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Heading: Assessor’s 2018 Annual Notice of Value mailed January 30, 2017
This statement advises property owners of their 2018 property value for tax purposes. IT IS NOT A TAX NOTICE.

If the property owner decides to file a petition for review with the County Assessor’s Office, they must do so no later than 60 days after the postmark on their "Annual Notice of Valuation" or the deadline date as indicated on the notice. The required form can be found on the Assessor’s website or requested by phone or in person.

Sign up now for Electronic Notifications! Some of the benefits of E-Notifications are:

Fast. E-Statements will be received days before paper statements would arrive in the mail.

Efficient. E-Statements contain the same information as traditional paper notifications.

Environmentally Friendly. E-Statements conserve resources (paper).

Cost Effective. E-Statements lower printing and mailing cost.

E-Notification instructions can be found on the Notice of Value or on the Assessor’s website


Heading: Assessor’s Office is now accepting applications for all Property Tax Assistance Programs

WIDOW/WIDOWER AND DISABLED PERSONS INDIVIDUAL EXEMPTION:

Reduces the assessed value of an individual’s real estate, mobile home or automobile.

Deadline to apply with the Assessor’s Office: March 1st

SENIOR VALUATION PROTECTION OPTION:

“Freezes” the property valuation of a Primary Residence owned by seniors.

Deadline to apply with the Assessor’s office: September 1st

Age, income and other eligibility requirements may apply.

RELIGIOUS/NON-PROFIT EXEMPTION

Deadline to apply with the Assessor’s office: March 1st.

Please visit the Assessor’s Property Tax Assistance web page or contact the Assessor’s office for more information.