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Tax and Property Information

Open Book Meetings Have Concluded - Additional Appeal Options Available

Ramsey County's Open Book Meetings to discuss concerns relating to your current 2015 Estimated Market Value have concluded. However, you still have other options to appeal your 2015 Estimated Market Value and Property Classification.

  • Contact the Assessor's Office at or call 651-266-2131 to discuss your concerns over the phone. We recommend taking this course of action first, since there is still time for our appraisers to review your property and correct any errors.

If we cannot resolve your questions and concerns this way, you may appeal your Property Assessment to the County Board of Appeal and Equalization, or you can file a tax appeal with the Minnesota Tax Court.

  • You can request a formal review of your property by the appraiser assigned to your property by filing Form 1679 (available through the Assessor's Office by calling 651-266-2131) with the Ramsey County Board of Appeal and Equalization. You must file this form on or before May 8, 2015.
  • If you have concerns with your 2014 Property Assessment (Taxes Payable 2015), you can file an appeal with the Minnesota Tax Court by April 30, 2015.
  • Keep in mind that you have until April 30, 2016 to file an appeal with the Minnesota Tax Court for your 2015 Property Assessment (Taxes Payable 2016).

For more information on appeals, please visit our Important Appeal Info page. We also offer a 7-Step Guide which contains helpful instructions for filing a Tax Court appeal.

Minnesota Tax Court Appeal Deadline is April 30

You have until April 30, 2015 to file an appeal with the Minnesota Tax Court for the 2014 Assessment (Taxes Payable 2015). You may qualify to file in Small Claims Court or the Regular Division court. Please review our 7-Step Guide for filing a Tax Court appeal or visit the Minnesota Tax Court website for additional information.

For more information about appealing your value, please visit our Important Appeal Info page.

2015 1st Half Property Tax Payments are Due May 15

2015 1st half property tax payments are due Friday, May 15 for the following property types:

  • Real Property Tax
  • Leased Government-Owned Personal Property Tax

Your payment must be postmarked on or before May 15 to avoid penalty.

We offer several convenient ways to pay your taxes:

To learn more about payment options and paying your property taxes, please visit our Paying Property Taxes page.

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