The Assessor's Office is open to the public. We encourage you to contact the office via phone or view our website to help answer your question.
Assessor Offices Will Be Closed Friday, April 28, 2023County Assessor and Penn Township Assessor Offices will be closed Friday, April 28, 2023 Read on...
PUBLIC NOTICE - Annual Meeting of the Property Tax Assessment Board of AppealsThe St Joseph County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals (PTABOA) is holding hearings to address all appeals for the year 2022/2023. Read on...
2022 Form 11 (Notice of Assessments)The St. Joseph County Assessor’s Office will mail Form 11-Notice of Assessment of Land and Structures on April 30, 2022 for the 2022 pay 2023 Assessment Year to all property owners. Taxpayers have 45 days from the mailing of the Form 11 to file an appeal Read on...
- Where do I go for tax information?
- How do I file an appeal?
- What is the current tax rate?
- When are taxes due?
- What is my last certified assessment value?
- Where can I find the most current owner?
- What do I need to do when I buy a new property?
- I have more questions about Sales Disclosures.
- How do I add and remove exemptions and deductions?
- What if I own a rental property?
A Brief Overview of the Assessor’s Function
Watch: The Assessor’s Interview with The Home Team
at Cressy and Everett
- Reviews all assessments using the DLGF Property Assessment Guidelines.
- Secretary to the Property Tax Board of Appeals
- Advises Township Assessor
Did you know you can use the Interactive Assessment Neighborhood Map to search for Property Record Cards? Give it a try.
Head over to the DLGF to view which sales were used to assess your neighborhood. Scroll to the bottom where it says Assessment to view what was used in the annual sales ratio study.