A taxpayer has the right to initiate an appeal of the current year's assessed valuation. The first step in the appeals process begins with written notification to the local assessing official. Taxpayers have 45 days from the date of the notice of assessment to initiate an appeal. If no notice of assessment is given, the notice of appeal must be filed not later than the later of May 10 of the tax bill year or 45 days after the date of the tax bill.
Please Note: The petition must be signed by the petitioner or an authorized representative. A representative must attach a notarized power of attorney unless the representative is a duly authorized employee or corporate officer of the company. Certified tax representatives must attach a Tax Representative Disclosure statement. If you have an email address that we can contact you at, please list it on the appeal form.
Further questions about assessment appeals? Read this helpful FAQ .
Please click here for additional appeal information from the Department of Local Government Finance.
You may submit your appeal by any of the following ways: