What does my County Appraiser do?
By law, your County Appraiser figures the appropriate value of your property in a uniform and equal manner. The County Appraiser does not control the amount of your property taxes and the county does not receive more money by simply raising property values. The value of property in the county is used as a means of spreading the cost of providing local services. For more information please call 620-227-4570.

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1. What does my County Appraiser do?
2. How does the county's appraisal affect my taxes?
3. When will I be notified of the value of my property?
4. What can I do if I believe the value of my home is too high?
5. What steps do I take to appeal the "notice of value?"
6. What steps do I take to file a payment under protest?
7. What should I expect during an informal meeting?
8. What should I bring to an informal meeting or hearing?
9. Can someone else attend hearing on my behalf?
10. What Kansas Board of Tax Appeals (BOTA) hearing like?