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Notices of Value in the Mail


On May 1, the Bernalillo County Assessor’s Office sent out Notices of Value to business owners regarding their business personal property and to owners of agricultural property who own livestock. The Notices of Value will inform recipients of the assessed value of their personal property as of Jan. 1. While it is not a bill, the Bernalillo County treasurer will use the listed values to calculate property tax bills in November.

“It’s important that people open and review their Notice of Value when they get them, because if they disagree with their assessment, they only have a month to protest,” County Assessor Tanya R. Giddings says. “If anyone has any questions about their notice, we urge them to call us or come in. Our Business Personal Property and Agricultural staff are ready to help.”

If a property owner disagrees with the county assessor’s valuation on their property, they have until Wednesday, May 30 at 5 p.m. to file a protest form. A protest form can be filed online on the assessor’s website, or in person at our office located at 501 Tijeras Ave. NW. To further assist property owners who wish to file a protest of their assessed value, a protest checklist is provided online.

“Whether a property owner is using our easy-to-use online tools and applications, or they come into our office, they can expect an informative experience with good old customer service,” says Assessor Giddings.

Those with questions can call (505) 222-3700. They can also find more information on the Bernalillo County Assessor’s website: bernco.gov/assessor.

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