Board of Equalization
- The County Executive appoints 3 members to serve overlapping 3-year terms.
- The County Executive appoints 1 member from the unincorporated area to serve a 1-year term where property in question is located in an unincorporated area.
- One member is appointed by the mayor of the municipality to serve a 1-year term where property in question is located.
- One member is appointed by the school board of the school district to serve a 1-year term where property in question is located.
- The County Executive designates the Chairperson.
- Board members are residents of the County and hold no other County office.
|C. Charles Franklin - Chairman||Aug. 3, 2015||Dec. 31, 2016|
|Marilyn M. Shapiro||Jan. 4, 2016||Dec. 31, 2016|
|Gerald E. Winship||Dec. 7, 2015||Dec. 31, 2017|
- How do I obtain the county’s market value?
- Will I be notified if there is an increase in my assessment?
- How often is my property assessed?
- If I am not satisfied with the valuation assessed by the County Assessor, how do I contest it?
- How do I appeal the market value on my property to the Board of Equalization?
- What is the deadline to file an appeal to the Board of Equalization?
- How do I know when my warranty deed has been recorded?
- If I am not satisfied with the Board’s decision is that final or can I appeal their decision?
- If I purchased my property after the filing deadline; do I have any recourse to file an appeal with the Board?
- What documentation is needed when filing an appeal on newly purchased property?