The 2022 property reassessment will encompass MLS areas 6,8,and 9. The reassessment is required by law.
Increasing public understanding of property assessments and the right to appeal is a top priority of the PVA’s mission: to provide fair and equitable assessments with best-in-class customer service.
The role of the PVA is to fairly assess the value of all property. This is an important part of the process to determine the taxes collected to fund our cities, school districts, and emergency services. We do our best to determine accurate median property value for comparable homes, but we don’t know every detail of all properties. The condition of a home could mean it falls substantially below or above the median value.
The 2022 reassessment covers a very dense area. We will be hosting nine hybrid community meetings in March and April for each of the areas affected by the 2022 reassessment. These will be in person and virtual to reach as many people as possible. The first step of the appeals process in 2022 is the online conference with the Jefferson County PVA, available from noon on April 22nd to May 16th at 4pm.
Click on the PDF below for links to join the meetings on Zoom. Or join us in person at any of the locations listed. You can also see the events on our calendar here.