Office of Assessor News Release
EXTENSION OF DEADLINE FOR FILING APPLICATIONS FOR CHANGED ASSESSMENT
Bruce Dear, Placer County Assessor, announced today that the deadline for filing Applications for Changed Assessment (Assessment Appeals) has been extended from September 15 to October 29, 2001.
The extended deadline is in consideration of the public calamity associated with the September 11, 2001 tragedies in New York and at the Pentagon. Anyone impacted by the tragedies to the extent that they were unable to meet the original appeal filing deadline of September 15, 2001 must now file an appeal no later than October 29, 2001. Extending the filing deadline is authorized by Section 155 of the State of California Revenue and Taxation Code.
If you are unable to meet the original deadline, and believe that the assessed value of your property is incorrect for any of the following reasons, you may file an Application on or before October 29, 2001:
- If you believe that the market value as of January 1, 2001 was less than the value shown on the assessment roll.
- If you acquired the property within the past four years and you believe that market value was less than the base year value established as of the date of your acquisition.
- If you completed new construction on your property within the past four years and you believe that the market value of the new construction was less than the base year value established for the new construction as of the date of completion.
Application for Changed Assessment must be filed with the Clerk of the Assessment Appeals Board, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603. Applications may be obtained by calling the Clerk at (530) 889-4020.
Bruce Dear, Placer County Assessor
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