What information must I provide for a completed petition?

The petition form has clear directions attached. Your properly completed petition must include specific reasons why you believe that the assessor's valuation is not correct. The amount of tax, the percentage of assessment increase, personal hardship, and other matters unrelated to market value cannot, by law, be considered by the Board. Include the parcel number of the property you are appealing on. A separate petition must be completed for every individual parcel. Also include the Assessor's determination of value, other appraisal information, your estimate of value, recent sales of comparable properties, or other supporting information for your appeal. Be sure to indicate if you intend to submit additional evidence prior to the hearing.

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1. How can I appeal the assessed valuation of my property?
2. Who may file an appeal?
3. What is the deadline for filing a petition?
4. What if I missed the deadline for filing my appeal?
5. Should I contact the Assessor's Office?
6. What information must I provide for a completed petition?
7. When will I have a hearing?
8. When do I need to submit evidence for my hearing?
9. What can I expect at the hearing?
10. How soon will I receive a decision from the Board of Equalization?
11. What if I'm not satisfied with the Board of Equalization's decision?