If my property value increased or decreased, does that mean my tax bill will do the same?
No. The Board of Supervisors through the tax rate determines what your tax bill will be through the tax rate. They will set the rate in April as part of the County budget process. The purpose of this reassessment is to determine the fair market value of the property, not to increase county revenue or your tax bill.

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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?