2019 Residential Revaluation
The Assessor’s office will complete a residential citywide revaluation in 2019.
Purpose of Revaluations
A revaluation is the process of revaluing property in a municipality for creating equitable assessments at market value. The primary reasons for revaluation include:
- Bringing current assessments within statutory guidelines
- Eliminating inequities that may exist in the assessments of property
- Fairness for taxation purposes
2019 Guide for Property Owners
2019 Property Assessment Appeal Guide
Thursday August 1 Notices sent by mail
Monday August 5 Open Book begins @ 8 AM
Monday August 26 Open Book ends @ 4 PM
Friday August 30 Deadline to file objection @ 5PM
Tuesday September 3 First meeting of Board of Review to schedule hearings
Tuesday September 10 Board of Review Hearings begin @ 9 AM, if necessary
Wednesday September 11 Board of Review Hearings begin @ 9 AM, if necessary
Thursday September 12 Board of Review Hearings begin @ 9 AM, if necessary
Friday September 13 Last Day of Board of Review Hearings begin @ 9 AM, if necessary
- What authority does the city have to conduct a revaluation?
- What is the assessor’s role?
- What information does your office use to determine assessments?
- What is market value?
- Can the assessment on my property be changed even if the assessor has not been inside my property?
- Do all assessments change at the same rate?
- How do I know if my assessment is correct?
- What if I disagree with my assessment?
- What is the Board of Review?
- What evidence do I need to present to the Board of Review?
- Does the Board of Review have the final say?
- How do I appeal my assessment to court?