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Tax and Property Information

Minnesota Tax Court Appeal Deadline is April 30

You have until April 30, 2014 to file an appeal with the Minnesota Tax Court for the 2013 Assessment for Taxes Payable in 2013.  You may qualify to file in Small Claims Court or the Regular Division court.  Please read our 7-Step Guide for Tax Court filing instructions.

You also have until April 30, 2015 to file an appeal for the 2014 Assessment for Taxes Payable in 2015 (the assessment notice you received in March of 2014).

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

2014 1st Half Property Tax Payments Are Due May 15

2014 1st Half Property Tax Payments are due Thursday, May 15 for the following property types:

  • Real Property Tax (1st Half, or All if $100 or less)
  • Leased Government-Owned Personal Property Tax (1st Half, or All if $50 or less)
  • Personal Property Tax, other than Leased Government-Owned (Total Amount)
  • Agricultural Tax (1st Half, or All if $100 or less)

Your payment must be submitted or postmarked by May 15 to avoid penalties.  We offer several convenient ways for you to pay: by mail, in person, online, or via drop box (2 locations available).  Learn more about payment options on the Paying Property Taxes page.

You may also look up your 2014 Property Tax Statement or Payment Stub if you do not have yours - please include your payment stub with your payment.

If you have any further questions, please e-mail or call 651-266-2000.

Open Book Meetings Have Concluded - Additional Appeal Options Available

Open Book meetings have concluded.  If you still have questions or concerns about the valuation or classification of your property, please call 651-266-2131 to discuss your concerns over the phone with an appraiser.  Many times your concerns can be resolved at this level. 

  • If you have discussed your concerns with an appraiser and we feel a review is warranted, we will make an appointment with you to view the interior of your property and confirm the property data characteristics in our database.
  • The appraiser will review comparable market sales in your area and compare them to your property.
  • No adjustments to the estimated market value will be made without an interior inspection.

If you are still not satisfied, you have the following appeal options:

County Board of Appeal and Equalization - You may request a formal review by the County Assessor by completing a County Board of Appeal and Equalization form (Form 1679). Forms can be obtained from the Assessor’s Office. Call 651-266-2131 to speak with an appraiser to determine if one is necessary.

  •    Appeal forms must be postmarked by May 2, 2014.

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90 W. Plato Blvd. Building - Business Hours:
Monday - Friday (8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.)
Closed on Saturday, Sunday and Holidays