If no changes to property have changed since last re-appraisal cycle, our County is under a five year cycle, every five years.
Once a property transaction is filed with the Circuit Clerk's office, we make changes to ownership of property and send a homestead form to new property owners. You may also call our office to check the status of your homestead credit. The deadline for filing for the homestead credit for the current taxable year is October 10.
All tax delinquent sales are serviced through the Arkansas Commissioner of State Lands who conducts public auctions once a year in which property is located. For more information see the Arkansas Commissioner of State Lands' website.
Yes as our appraisers may have already been in your area and will not return to that area until the next reappraisal cycle. Once notified, we can send an appraiser back to your area to re-appraise your property.
Yes we offer on-line assessment and you may also assess over the phone. If it is for a new vehicle purchase, we cannot assess that on-line or by phone, you will have to do that in person at the Assessor's office.
Anything that you have to purchase a tag for, i.e. vehicles, boats, motors, trailers, 4-wheelers, etc.
10% of your assessment value for the year of late assessment.
No. You are only allowed to assess in the county which you claim as your primary residence.
Arkansas Statue states: Every person of full age and sound mind shall list the personal property he/she is the owner of, situated in the county of which he/she resides.