(Bannock County Assessor’s Office, June 1, 2023)

It is the responsibility of the County Commissioners, convening as the Board of Equalization (BOE), to ensure that the market value placed on your property by the County is fair and accurate. The Board cannot adjust the value based on the amount of taxes due or your ability to pay the amount on your Property Tax Statement.

Application Information

Property Value Appeal Applications to the Board of Equalization will be available by June 5th online at bannockcounty.us/property-tax-hub or can be picked up in the Commissioners’ Office (624 E Center Street, Room 101). All appeal forms must be received by the deadline indicated on your assessment notice. Before requesting an appeal, property owners should speak to the Assessor’s Office.

Instructions & Forms

  1. BOE Process Chart
  2. Board of Equalization Hearing Instructions

Appeals Process

Once you have reviewed your assessment, if you decide to appeal the assessed value of your property please follow these three steps:

  • Step 1 – Contact Assessor’s Office

Discuss your assessment with a representative from the Assessor’s Office. You may contact their office at (208) 236-7260.

  • Step 2 – Submit an Appeal Form

If you are unable to reach a resolution, submit a completed Appeal Form with Assessment Notice attached to the Bannock County Commissioners’ office by email (BOE@bannockcounty.us), in person at the Commissioners’ Office (room 101), mail to physical address, or fax (208) 236-7363.

  • Step 3 – Attend your Hearing

Once you have submitted a complete appeal form, including an assessment notice, a hearing will be scheduled with the Board of Equalization. This is done in the Bannock County Commissioner’s Chambers (Room 212). One copy of your packet must be delivered no later than three (3) business days prior to your scheduled hearing.

The Bannock County Commissioners’ Office has created a video explaining the appeals process.  That video is available on the Bannock County YouTube channel, or by clicking on the link below:

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