Teton County Wyoming

Assessor

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Important Dates

January 1: All taxable property is listed, valued and assessed for taxation.

March 1: Second installment of prior year property tax due (delinquent after May 10).

March 1: Deadline for taxpayers to file a listing of taxable personal property with office of county assessor.

4th Monday in April: Assessment schedules are mailed to taxpayers. Written objections must be filed with assessor within 30 days.

2nd Monday in May: Filing affidavit to qualify for property tax relief.

4th Monday in May: Qualified veterans (or surviving spouse) shall file for property tax exemption.

3rd Tuesday in June: Budget hearings for cities and towns. Budgets are set for the next fiscal year.

June 1: County abstract is submitted to the State Board of Equalization for review and possible change.

3rd Monday in July: County budget hearing. Budgets are set for that fiscal year.

3rd Wednesday in July: Budget hearings for schools and community colleges. Budgets are set for that fiscal year.

3rd Thursday in July: Budget hearings for special districts. Budgets are set for that fiscal year.

July 31: All governmental entities and special districts inform county commissioners of the amount of tax to be collected.

August 1: State Auditor certifies amount of State appropriations and the interest on public debt, for which a levy must be made.

1st Monday in August: County Board of Equalization decides all current year protests by written decision.

1st Monday in August: State Board notifies County Board of Equalization of the amount of state levy, and any change in valuation due to state equalization or correction of value.

1st Tuesday in August: County Commissioners levy the necessary taxes for the year.

August 10: County Assessor certifies to State Board all valuations and levies fixed in their respective counties.

August 10: Assessor files with Department of Revenue annual summary of deferred taxes.

3rd Monday in August: County Assessor computes taxes and delivers assessment roll to county treasurer for collection.

3rd week in August: County Treasurer sends tax bills, including property description, assessed value and mill levies, to each taxpayer at last known address.

September 1: County assessor certifies to Department of Revenue the amount of Veterans` Exemption.

September 1: First installment of current year property tax is due (delinquent after Nov 10 unless all taxes are paid by Dec 31).

November 10: Applications for Deferral of Ad Valorem Tax due to the County Commissioners.

December 1: Personal Property Renditions mailed to business owners.

Phone: (307) 733-4960
Fax: (307) 732-8444

Teton County Administration Building, P.O. Box 583
200 South Willow Street
9 AM - 5 PM Monday thru Friday

Mission Statement

Fair, uniform, and equitable appraisals within the law.

It is the statutory duty of the Assessor`s office to locate, identify, and value all taxable property in Teton County. We are mandated and prescribed by state law on how we perform our assessments and when we perform our assessments.


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