Tax Reassessment Project/What to expect
during an informal review

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As part of the countywide property tax reassessment process which began in 2017, Delaware County will begin notifying residents of their tentative property values beginning mid-February through March. It is important for property owners to carefully review their new assessment for accuracy. If the property owner believes the assessment is an accurate representation of the fair market value of their property, they do not need to take any action. If a property owner believes the new assessment does not represent fair market value, they are encouraged to call the number on their notice to schedule an informal meeting with Tyler Technologies. The informal meetings consist of the property owner sitting one-on-one with Tyler staff, discussing their individual assessment.

Below is a video of what to expect during an informal property review.

A website dedicated to educating residents and answering questions regarding Delaware County’s Tax Reassessment Project can be found here: (link no longer active)

More details on the timeline and process and be found here:

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