Should I appeal my assessment?
If you feel your assessment does not reflect the true market value of your property or is not comparable to similar properties, you may have a case to appeal your assessment. Please do not appeal if you think your property value changed by too large a percentage, or if you do not want to pay more in taxes. In these cases an appeal is not justified.

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1. Why am I receiving a reassessment notice?
2. If my property value increased or decreased, does that mean my tax bill will do the same?
3. When will the Board of Supervisors vote on the tax rate?
4. What happens if the county does not assess real property at or near fair market value?
5. Should I appeal my assessment?
6. Does the Board of Supervisors have any influence over the assessment process?