Jackson County Property Tax Assessment Deadline Postscript: What Now?!?

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The county will send an email or letter to property owners letting them know when the office will review their appeal about seven to 10 days before their appointment. The assessment office asks people to check the spam or junk folder in their email for the notification.

Beginning Aug. 1, property owners who filed for an appeal but have not yet received a notification on when their appointment will take place can walk into the assessment office. The office will help the first 50 walk-in customers. Everyone who filed an appeal will get an appointment.

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What to expect after you file a property assessment appeal in Jackson County

"You state your case and then you defend it with the evidence," Stacey Johnson-Cosby said.

After deadline to appeal Jackson County property assessments passes, what happens next?

With appeals on file, the assessor's office will spend the month reviewing data before taxing jurisdictions set their tax rates based on the assessment numbers.

Hours before the deadline, over 51,000 Jackson County, Missouri property owners have appealed assessment

As of 5 p.m. on Monday, 51,799 Jackson County residents have appealed their 2023 assessments.

Jackson County homeowners find relief as deadline passes for assessment appeals

As the July 31 deadline to submit a tax assessment appeal counted down, KSHB 41 spoke with people who got some of the last in-person appointments.

What happens after filing a Jackson County assessment appeal?

On Tuesday morning, people who completed an appeal will be lining up at W. 14th Street and Washington Street at the assessment office to try and get their property value reviews.

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