How will the assessor make inspections to my property?
The assessor may need to enter your property to measure the buildings and additions to the buildings, such as decks, attached garages, sheds, and patios. Permission to enter onto lands, including lands around buildings is assumed, unless written notice is provided to the assessor to keep off your land.
Sometimes the assessor will need to view the inside of the property and will stop to see if you are home. If you want to set up a specific appointment, you may contact the assessor when the work is completed. No entry into a building, other than public buildings, will ever be made without your consent or the consent of a renter of the property. However, if an assessor is not allowed access for viewing property, the value set by the assessor cannot be contested by the owner at the Board of Review.