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A property owner who feels that an error has been made in valuing his or her property should contact the Assessor's office and talk to an appraiser.
The role of the Assessor's office is to establish a value for all property for tax purposes.
Much of the property information that may be helpful to you is available here.
Learn about the cycle that determines the county budget.
Read about the office's core values.
State law requires that the Assessor maintain an active and systematic program of real property revaluation.
View important dates for the Assessor's Office.
The Assessor does not raise property values in order to increase taxes.
Property tax levies are subject to several statutory and constitutional limits.
There are several tax relief opportunities provided by state law.