Assessment Roll

Assessment Roll

A list of the assessed valuation of all properties in a given jurisdiction. Assessment rolls are usually maintained by a city or county for property tax purposes.
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parcels appearing on the 2015 assessment roll is approximately 166,700.
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano proposed the plan, which takes effect in January 2015, when Nassau sets its tentative assessment roll for 2016.
For the 2014 assessment roll year (July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015), the inflation factor in California for 2014 is 1.
The main purpose of the document is to explain the method of allocating the assessments, and thereby the costs of the public improvements, to the property within the improvement district as provided for in the assessment roll.
But this year, for the third time in the last 30 or so years, we've had a reduction in the assessment roll, although it's a minor reduction," Auerbach said.
The city's recently published tax assessment roll shows that although fair market values dipped moderately last year, the assessed values of property in the city rose significantly.
3) The tax collector must also review the property appraiser's latest assessment roll to identify the person to whom the property in question was last assessed, who is also entitled to notice.
The city assessor placed two of the subdivisions on the assessment roll for 1993.
Los Angeles County, with the largest assessment roll at $1.
This Information Will Be Used To Update The Assessment Roll For The Long Beach Water Manage Ment District Pursuant To Miss.
This year's tentative assessment roll increases are a reflection of higher sales prices and larger net operating incomes for property owners," Beth E.
Our mission is to provide an annual assessment roll including all assessable property in accordance with legal mandates in a timely, accurate, and efficient manner; and provide current assessment-related information to the public and to governmental agencies in a timely and responsive way.
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