Most business that is regularly conducted in the Assessor’s Office is able to be completed remotely. To adhere to social distancing recommendations, we must limit the number of people in our office.
If you need to submit an application, such as a homestead, or veterans exemption application, you can do so electronically. All documents are accepted via e-mail at and you will receive confirmation of receipt. However, if there is an extenuating circumstance that requires you to visit the office in person, we ask that you complete the Appointment Request form below. We will review the request and follow up with you directly to confirm your appointment.
The Assessor’s Office, as part of the Finance Department, provides property tax assessment functions as prescribed by law. An annual certified tax roll is produced at the conclusion of the fiscal year. The certified tax roll is the basis for the formulation of the City’s levy. The Assessor’s Office is also the keeper of records of all real estate, tangible and motor vehicle tax records. The maintenance of those records includes current ownership, changes in building structures or uses, and changes in legal descriptions. Established policies and procedures are used to determine proper valuations of land and buildings, tangible property and motor vehicles.