Minneapolis Assessor's Office
March 24 was the last day to apply for taxpayers to file an application to appeal their 2017 market value to the Minneapolis Local Board of Appeal and Equalization. All applications received after March 24 will be accepted and read into the minutes so the owner has the opportunity to appeal their value at the Hennepin County Board of Appeal and Equalization on June 2, 2017. Owners must file at the local level to appeal at the county level.
All property owners can bypass the Local and County boards and file an appeal with the Minnesota Tax Court. All these options and deadlines are printed and explained on the value notice each taxpayer received this year.
The board began meeting on April 12, 2017, and will hear Board cases on April 26, 2017.
Applications for the Local Board of Appeal and Equalization are no longer being accepted for the Local Board of Appeal and Equalization.
More information about appealing your market value is available here.
What are Assessors?
How Do Assessors Determine Your Home's Value?
If you think your estimated market value is incorrect, please contact our office. A knowledgeable staff member is available to assist you. An Assessor will review your property characteristics, market data and valuation.
Please call 311 or 612-673-3000 for assistance.
We are committed to providing better access to information. Here are some useful links for basic information:
In our continuing effort to provide accurate and timely information to the residents and property owners these resources are available:
To view your property characteristics: Property Information Online
To search home sales in your area: Neighborhood Sales Finder
To see an approximate estimate of this year’s property taxes: Property Tax Estimator
- Board of Appeal and Equalization
- Hennepin County Appeal Process
- Hennepin County Property Information Search
- Minneapolis PropertyInfo
- Special Assessments
Last updated Apr 12, 2017