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Assessor Forms and Brochures

The following forms and brochures are provided for your convenience in a user fillable Adobe Acrobat format (.pdf).

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Brochures

  • Customer Service Information: As part of our continuing effort to keep Placer County property owners aware of their rights and responsibilities, this brochure explains what we do in the Assessor’s Office and why we do it.
  • Property Tax Exemptions: A general summary of the Assessor’s Value Review Program, and how you may apply.
  • Value Review Program (Proposition 8): A general summary of the homeowner’s, disabled veterans’, welfare, religious, church, and historical aircraft exemptions.

General Forms

  • Value Review - Residential: If you believe the market value on January 1st is less than the amount shown on your July value notice of the same year, you may request a review of your assessment. The filing period for a value review is July 1st through December 31st. During this filing period, please complete and return the following form to request your valuation review.

    Important: Your property tax payments are still due by the indicated due date. If a value adjustment is warranted, a notice of correction and revised tax bill or refund will be issued.
    » More on Value Review...
  • Value Review - Commercial: If you believe the market value on January 1st is less than the amount shown on your July value notice of the same year, you may request a review of your assessment. The filing period for a value review is July 1st through December 31st. During this filing period, please complete and return the following form to request your valuation review.

    Important: Your property tax payments are still due by the indicated due date. If a value adjustment is warranted, a notice of correction and revised tax bill or refund will be issued.
    » More on Value Review...
  • Change of Mailing Address: To change mailing address for Assessor notices and assessment correspondence.
  • Agency Authorization: Authorization to appoint another individual, other than the assessee, as an agent for assessment matters.
  • Data Request: On-line request for electronic data.
  • Manufactured Home Affidavit: Affidavit affirming ownership of a manufactured home as of January 1st lien date.

Aircraft and Boat Forms

Business Personal Property Forms

Change in Ownership Forms

Exclusion Forms

Exemption Forms

Mapping Forms

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