If for some reason you did not protest your valuation by the deadlines detailed above, and you want to contest the valuation of your property, you may be eligible to file an abatement petition.
Abatement petitions may be filed within two years of the date the taxes were levied (January 1st of each year), provided that:
1. The property valuation was not appealed previously for that specific tax year and an Assessor’s Notice of Determination issued; or
2. If it was appealed, the abatement petition is not based on overvaluation by the Assessor’s Office; and
3. The person filing for abatement was the owner of record during that year.
Note: The abatement process is independent of all other forms of appeal and is reviewed on the merits of information provided with the filing of the abatement petition. The taxpayer is to attach any supporting documentation to the abatement petition