Every year you receive an assessment notice indicating changes in the assessed value and the taxable value of your property. The assessed value represents 50% of the estimated market value of your property and the taxable value indicates how much of that value you will pay taxes on. It is important that you review your property assessment record for any errors. The notice indicates the dates and times the Board of Review is in session to hear protests to the assessed value of your property. Any evidence you can provide to the Board of Review as to why you feel the assessment is incorrect makes the appeal more effective. 

How to Read Your Assessment Notice