Property valuation protest deadline Friday
People wanting to protest their 2017 property valuations must file the protest with the county assessor prior to the close of business Friday, June 30.
If there was an increase or decrease to the assessed valuation of a real property parcel for 2017, the county assessor was required to send a notice of valuation change to the property owner on or before June 1, 2017.
Any property owner who disagrees with the assessed value, whether or not a notice of valuation change has been received, can file a protest with the county board of equalization.
The valuation protest may be filed in person or by mail with the county clerk in the county where the property is located. Requirements for filing a protest are on the Notice of Valuation Change.