What is the deadline for filing an appeal?
Appeal deadlines to the Board of Equalization and Administrative Appeals to the Assessor are posted on the Assessment Notices mailed to the property owner. These dates are also posted on the city’s website. Appeals to the Circuit Court must be made within 3 years of the last day of the tax year for which the assessment was made.

Please keep in mind that the Assessor is always willing to discuss how your property was assessed and review with you any data on file regarding your property that was used in the valuation. However, after the Administrative Hearing with the Assessor is complete the Assessor cannot change the value for any reason other than clerical errors.

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1. How do I appeal the assessed value of my property?
2. Who may appeal the assessed value?
3. What is the Board of Equalization (BOE)?
4. May I appeal my Property Taxes?
5. Does an increase or decrease in my assessed value mean that I will pay more or less taxes?
6. What is the deadline for filing an appeal?
7. Where can I get appeal forms?
8. What is the purpose of the Appeal Forms and why is there a deadline?
9. What kind of evidence should I provide for my appeal?
10. What happens after I file my appeal?
11. How are the hearings conducted?
12. What if I am not satisfied with the Board of Equalizations decision?
13. Should I wait until after my appeal hearing to pay my taxes?