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GRANITE COUNTY TAX APPEAL BOARD

Meets As Necessary.

Susan Antonioli

October 2021

Term Expires On:

Tom Rue

October 2021

Term Expires On:

Dan Lucas

October 2021

Term Expires On:

3 Year Terms

The County Tax Appeal Board: First Step for Property Tax Appeals

1. The County Tax Appeal Board is an independent Board appointed by the County Commissioners and not connected with the Department of Revenue.

2. A County tax appeal must be filed within 30 days of the date on your notice of classification and appraisal from the Department of Revenue or 30 days after you receive a decision from the Department of Revenue following an informal review under Form AB-26.

NOTE: The appraisal is usually mailed in the June. This is not the tax bill you will receive from the County, which is usually mailed in late summer. Taxpayers must appeal within 30 days from the appraisal notice before the tax bill arrives.

3. You can access the proper form to use here. Appeal forms may also be obtained through your county clerk and recorder. All appeal forms are filed with the county Clerk and Recorder in the county where the property is located, not with the Department of Revenue or MTAB.

4. The county tax appeal board secretary will be notified of your appeal unscheduled a hearing in the county seat of the county in which the property at issue is located, generally between July 1 and December 31.

5. Be sure to bring sufficient copies of the materials you intend to present to the county tax appeal board: five copies of printed materials and two copies of any photographs you wish the board to consider.

6. The county tax appeal board will issue a decision on your appeal, which will be mailed to you.




Chairperson selected at time of meeting.

MTAB 26

MTAB 401

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