How do I apply to serve on the Assessment Appeals Board?

Applications are in the Clerk of the Board’s office or you may apply online. The term of office for members is three years and one year for alternate members.

Apply Here to Serve on the Assessment Appeals Board 

The  applicant must meet one of the following requirements: 

  • Has a minimum  of five years professional experience in this state as a certified  public accountant or public accountant, a licensed real estate broker,  an attorney, a property appraiser accredited by a nationally recognized  professional organizations, or a property appraiser certified by the  Office of Real Estate Appraisers
  • A person who the nominating  member of the Board of Supervisors has reason to believe is possessed of  competent knowledge of property appraisal and taxation


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1. Why would I file an Assessment Appeal?
2. What is the difference between an informal appeal through the Assessor's office and an Assessment Appeal?
3. Can I submit one application for more than one property?
4. Do I have to pay property taxes if I file an appeal?
5. When will my appeal be held?
6. What are Findings of Fact?
7. What is a Claim for Refund?
8. What if I disagree with the decision of the Assessment Appeals Board?
9. How do I apply to serve on the Assessment Appeals Board?