The Assessment Notice
When all the assessments for a municipality have been completed, each property owner receives a Notice of Assessment by mail, that outlines:
Parcel identification, including the parcel number, street address, and municipality where the property is located
Total assessed value, this valuation will be used by the municipality to calculate the taxes. Tax rate times the assessed value will equal the taxes payable.
The deadline to file an appeal. The Legislation does not permit the Agency to accept late appeals.
Request for review, a no-cost alternative to an appeal.
Value on the previous notification of the property
Contact Information for the Municipal Assessment Agency
Date of mailing, tax year, base date, owner’s name and mailing address along with area to correct name and/or address
Notice of Appeal Form that outlines the process, filing fee, etc.
Download a sample assessment notice here.
You can also Search Assessments to compare your assessed value with other properties on your street or in your community.