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Office of the County Appraiser

Phone: 913-715-9000 | Fax: 913-715-0010

11811 S. Sunset Drive, Suite 2100, Olathe, Kansas 66061

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2020 Appeal Process Information

Last updated: Friday, April 3

I realize lives have been turned upside down with the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the last few days, property owners have contacted me requesting the informal appeal deadline be extended due to the current situation. The Kansas statute requires the deadline for filing an appeal is 30-days after the Notice of Appraised Value mail date. Unfortunately, the Appraisers Office does not have the authority to extend this date.

There is another option property owners have in filing an appeal on their 2020 value. They can file an appeal through the Payment Under Protest (PUP) Kansas statute which is submitted along with their first half 2020 tax payment. The PUP appeal form can be found on the county Treasury and Financial Management website and be submitted to their office by the December 20, 2020 deadline. The link to this form is www.jocogov.org/dept/treasury-and-financial-management/home

Once the PUP is received, the Appraiser's Office will meet with property owners regarding their appeal and discuss the valuation of their property. If an adjustment on the property value is determined, the taxes will be recalculated and adjusted accordingly on the second half tax bill which is due May 10, 2021. The PUP appeal provides property owners the same review process that exists in the spring.

Important Note: If a property owner filed an informal appeal with the Appraiser’s Office in Spring 2020, they are not able to file a PUP appeal for this tax year.

Sincerely,

beau

Beau Boisvert, RMA
County Appraiser


To learn what the role is of county appraiser’s office is please watch this video.

The County Appraiser is responsible for discovering, listing and valuing all taxable property within the County and provides for equalization of all such properties to ensure fair and equitable taxation.

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An extension has not been granted to extent the 2020 informal appeal deadline
March 30, 2020

The deadline to file a 2020 informal appeal for commercial real estate was March 11, 2020. The deadline to file a 2020 informal appeal for residential real estate was March 25, 2020. No extension to file past these deadlines has been granted.

2020 commercial real estate values were released to the public February 10, 2020. From the date of February 10, 2020, 30 days were given to submit an appeal. 2020 residential real estate values were released to the public February 24, 2020. From the date of February 24, 2020, 30 days were given to submit an appeal.

 

 

Business Changes Due to Building Closures
March 25, 2020

Due to the Stay Home Order, the Appraiser’s Office is closed to the public.  If property owners need to submit appeal documentation, they can do it either online at jocogov.org/dept/appraiser or they can place it inside the Appraiser’s Office DROP BOX located outside the front doors of the Sunset Drive Office Building where a member of our staff will retrieve it.  The Appraiser’s Office is available to answer questions by calling 913-715-9000 during normal business hours.  Thank you.

ALL 2020 INFORMAL APPEALS WILL BE TELEPHONE HEARINGS OR HEARINGS BASED ON EVIDENCE
March 24, 2020

The health and safety of our community and staff are a top priority. In light of the recent COVID-19 developments, Johnson County Appraiser’s Office has made the following determinations about our informal appeal process.

In accordance with the Stay at Home Order for Johnson County, all hearings will be held by telephone only. Any in person hearings will be automatically switched to telephone.  Any evidence for your hearing may be sent through the portal available on the website. If you choose to bring your evidence in person to the office, you may leave it in a drop box provided right inside the entrance but the front counter to the Appraiser’s Office will not be open to the public.

If you prefer to keep an in-person hearing, we will not be able to accommodate your request at this time.  Instead, your record will be reviewed and any corrections needed will be made, otherwise you will not receive any valuation changes but your appeal rights will be left open so you may appeal on  to the Kansas Board of Tax Appeals Small Claims Division after you are sent your results letter.

The Appraiser’s Office will send you a notice of hearing when your hearing is scheduled and if you desire a copy of your appeal form, one can be provided after the appeal has been entered into our system.

Thank you for your understanding and flexibility during this time.  If you have questions or concerns, feel free to contact our office at 913-715-9000.  Updates will also be available on our website at www.jocogov.org/dept/appraiser/

Recent COVID-19 Developments & Appraiser's Office Informal Appeal Practices
March 13, 2020

The health and safety of our community and staff are a top priority. In light of the recent COVID-19 developments, Johnson County Appraiser’s Office has made the following determinations about our informal appeal process.

It is suggested to conduct this hearing over the telephone instead of in person, for the health and safety of all parties. The Appraiser’s Office will contact all parties who requested an In-Person hearing to move to a telephone hearing or to reschedule for a later date.

Thank you for your understanding and flexibility during this time.  If you have questions or concerns, feel free to contact our office at 913-715-9000.  Updates will also be available on our website at jocogov.org/dept/appraiser/  For more information about the coronavirus (COVID-19), visit jocogov.org/coronavirus.

Residential Statistics Average Appraised Value vs. Average Sales Price
February 25, 2020

Residential Statistics

The hyperlinks below provide 2020 Residential Statistics for Johnson County Cities relevant to Average Appraised Value Vs. Average Sales Price (January 2012 through December 2019).

Sources: Johnson County CAMA (2012-2020)

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2020 Appeals

The deadline has passed to submit an appeal. If you previously submitted an appeal application, you can still upload supporting evidence here.

2020 Informal Appeal Survey

If a 2020 Informal Appeal was filed, please tell us how we did by completing the Appraiser's Office survey.

The survey will close May, 19 2020