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ASSESSING REFORM ACT EXCERPT:
(c) Subject to state tax commission guidelines, have and follow a published policy under which its assessor's office is reasonably accessible to taxpayers. A policy under this subdivision must include, at a minimum, the items in subparagraphs (i) to (iv) and should include the item in subparagraph (v) as follows:
(i) A designation, by name, telephone number, and electronic mail address, of at least 1 official or employee in the assessor's office to whom taxpayer inquiries may be submitted directly by telephone or electronic mail.
(ii) An estimated response time for taxpayer inquiries submitted under subparagraph (i), not to exceed 7 business days.
(iii) Information about how a taxpayer may arrange a meeting with an official or employee of the assessor's office for the purpose of discussing an inquiry in person.
(iv) Information about how requests for inspection or production of records maintained by the assessor's office should be made by a taxpayer and how those requests will be handled by the assessor's office.
- Annual assessment notices are mailed out in February with the new values. Taxpayers may call the Assessor or Deputy Assessor to request an informal in-person review of their property, or to schedule an appointment with the March Board of Review.
- Requests for inspection or production of records maintained by the assessor's office should be made by a taxpayer via phone or email Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm. Requests will be provided within 7 business days for information that is available.