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2020-04-13 Notices of Appraised Value Delayed

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PRESS RELEASE

April 13, 2020 (updated April 13, 2020 to include Abatements)

2020 Notices of Appraised Value Delayed

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL NOTICES:

  • Mailing date delayed until May 15, 2020.
  • Protest deadline for notices mailed May 15th will be June 15th.
  • We will mail appraisal notices to all real properties, as we do each year.
  • Appraised Values are as of January 1st statutory requirement.

BUSINESS PERSONAL PROPERTY (BPP) APPRAISAL NOTICES:

  • BPP Mailing date will trail real estate notices by two to four weeks.
  • BPP protest deadline will be 30 days after the date BPP appraisal notices are mailed.
  • We will mail appraisal notices to all BPP properties, as we do each year.
  • Appraised Values are as of January 1st statutory requirement.

THE DISTRICT WILL NOT CONDUCT IN-PERSON MEETINGS:

  • If the owner disagrees with the Notice of Appraised Value, they will need to file a protest with the Appraisal Review Board (ARB) via our online eFile system or in writing by mail.
  • After the ARB support staff schedules a protest hearing, an appraiser and/or an exemptions manager will review the protest.
  • Information and discussions with District staff will be handled through our eFile system, by telephone or by mail.
  • If the District’s staff and owner reach an agreement electronically via our eFile system or in writing, prior to the date of the scheduled protest hearing, the ARB hearing will be canceled.
  • If there is not an agreement prior to the scheduled protest hearing, the owner will need to proceed with their ARB hearing.

APPRAISAL REVIEW BOARD (ARB):

    The Appraisal Review Board is working on procedures for the 2020 protest hearings. Currently the preliminary schedule is to begin hearings around July 6th.

    Issued by Bo Daffin, Chief Appraiser, April 13, 2020