How do I appeal my property valuation?

Contact the Assessor’s Office first to verify information. The county Board of Equalization outlines the steps to file an appeal on the assessed value on a property. Appeals must be received by the Board of Equalization on or before July 1st of the assessment year (the year before taxes are due) or within 30 calendar days after the date of a notice of valuation. Additional information can be found on the Board of Equalization’s webpage.

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1. What are the Assessor's Office hours?
2. How can I reduce my taxes?
3. How often is my property valuated?
4. What if I feel there is an error or that my property has been unfairly valued?
5. How do I appeal my property valuation?
6. Can you tell me who owns a property?
7. Why isn’t the current owner appearing on the property search website?
8. How do I change the mailing address my valuation notice is sent to?
9. How can I get my information removed from the assessor’s website?
10. Does an appraiser from the Assessor’s Office have the right to enter my private property?