Town of Pavilion

Rhonda Saulsbury, Assessor

About Your Assessment

Property Assessments

As part of the ongoing Annual Reassessment Program in the Town of Pavilion, the Assessor’s office will be reviewing and analyzing the assessments of each property in the Town. According to the Real Property Tax Law, all property assessments must be valued at the same uniform percentage. The Town of Pavilion assessments are at a uniform percentage of 100% of market value. In order to maintain fair and equitable assessments according to the tax laws annual reassessment must be performed

Important Dates in the Assessment Cycle

March 1st: Taxable Status Date - Deadline for filing exemption applications

May 1st: Tentative Assessment Roll is filed

Wednesday after 4th Tuesday in May: Grievance Day - Board of Assessment Review meets to hear all properly filed complaints regarding assessments

July 1st: Final Assessment Roll is filed - The assessed value for each property on the final roll is used for tax purposes for the next year

THE PROCESS

During April home owners who have a change in their assessment will receive a change notice.  If the assessment DID NOT change, no notice will be received.

Included in the notice will be:

  • New preliminary assessed values
  • Current assessment (the value used on your current tax bill)

    RESOURCES AVAILABLE

      AFTER May 1

      1. Reports: Residential sales and property inventories will be published and available for inspection at the Assessor's Office.
      2. Internet Access: The assessment and sales information will be on the Internet.
      • Verify property information
      • Review inventory data on an individual property
      • Review current sales information
      • Analyze sales information about similar properties

      In comparing similar sales it is important to remember that location, style, age and size are critical to the comparison process. For example: if you purchased your home for $200,000 on a particular street or neighborhood DO NOT look for homes that sell for $150,000 in other neighborhoods or compare a 5 year old house with a 50 year old house.  PLEASE BE REALISTIC.

      INFORMAL REVIEW PROCESS

      The Assessor's Office will continue to offer property owners an Informal Review Process. If you feel your assessment is incorrect then you must provide the Assessor with reasonable information, based on market sales, that supports your opinion of market value.

      THE GOAL OF THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE IS TO DETERMINE THE FAIR AND EQUITABLE ASSESSMENT FOR YOUR PROPERTY.

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