Welcome to the Jackson County Tax Administration website. The Tax Administration Department consists of land records, tax assessment and tax collections. The Land Records Division is responsible for maintaining property information used for taxation, public inquiry and legal research. Tax Assessment is responsible for listing, appraising and assessing all real and personal property. Tax Collections is responsible for the collection of all real and personal property taxes within Jackson County, including collection of taxes levied by the Town of Dillsboro, Village of Forest Hills, Town of Highlands and Town of Webster.
2021 TAX RATES AND FEES
DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2021
COUNTY PROPERTIES ACQUIRED THROUGH FORECLOSURE
January 1, 2021 - First day of the 2021 listing period.
January 5, 2021 – Last day to pay 2020 property tax bills.
January 6, 2021 - Unpaid 2020 property tax bills become delinquent, 2% interest accrues, additional 3/4% each month thereafter. The Tax Collector may use enforced collections to secure payment of 2020 property tax bills .
January 31, 2021 - Last day of the 2021 listing period. Last day for timely filing of abstracts (listing forms), extension requests and exemption/exclusion applications. Exception: property tax relief programs.
February 1, 2021 - Reappraisal notices mailed to the property owner as of January 1. Second notices mailed to taxpayers with unpaid 2020 property taxes.
March 2, 2021 - Last day to timely file an informal review form.
March 30, 2021 - Informal review results mailed.
April 1, 2021 – Delinquent notices mailed to taxpayers with any delinquent property tax.
April 15, 2021 - Last day for listing forms to be submitted, with approved extension request.
April 27, 2021 - Board of equalization and review convened for 2021 tax year.
April 30, 2021 - Last day to file a formal appeal with the board of equalization and review. Last day to pay 2020 property tax bills before advertisement.
May 6, 2021 - Unpaid 2020 property taxes advertised in local newspaper.
June 1, 2021 - Last day to make application for property tax relief.
June 8, 2021 - Board of equalization and review adjourned for the 2021 tax year.
Mid-August 2021 - 2021 tax bills mailed.September 1, 2021 - 2021 tax bills become due and payable.
The 2021 assessments notices can be found here. 2021 Assessment changes. Please note that even if your name is not in the publication you can file and appeal with the Board of Review. Appeal dates are September 25, 2021 to October 26, 2021. No appeals will be accepted after this date.
FORM TO FILE AN APPEAL CAN BE FOUND UNDER THE FORMS SECTION OF THE BOARD OF REVIEW PAGE.
DROP BOX: The Assessment Office and Board of Review now share a DROP BOX on the west side of the building at 1607 Walnut Street in Murphysboro. Any paperwork for either office can be left here. It is checked twice a day.
The mission of the Jackson County Supervisor of Assessments’ office is to develop a valuation system that provides fair and equitable property valuations. We strive for high levels of service in a timely manner at a responsible cost. We work to enhance taxpayers' overall understanding of the Illinois property tax system. Our guiding principles are open communication, professionalism, uniformity and integrity.
Summary of Responsibilities
The work of the Chief County Assessment Office is in accordance with state law, regulations from state agencies, and under broad administrative policies set forth in the Illinois Property Tax Code.
The office maintains a database of over 31,000 records of ownership, addresses, exemptions, sale prices and other pertinent data. It maintains the county’s Geographical Information System (GIS) and edits these maps with over 200 land divisions and combinations each year, retiring Parcel Identification Numbers (PINs), issuing new PINs and ensuring they receive a corresponding tax bill.
The Chief County Assessment Officer (CCAO) provides technical guidance to township assessors in performing their functions, and coordinates assessments to insure uniformity throughout the county by use of equalization factors. Reports are prepared for Illinois Department of Revenue (IDOR) detailing how much value in each property class type in each township and countywide.
Statistical data is analyzed to determine if assessed values are in the mandated range, and equalization factors are applied if necessary to bring them into compliance so that IDOR will issue a 1.00 multiplier countywide.
Jackson County is one of 35 counties in Illinois who employ a quarter-quad methodology (one quarter of the county reassessed each year) rather than a quadrennial (entire county reassessed every four years). Mass appraisal is required as it is not financially feasible or physically possible to personally view every property in the county. This office generates the required publication of assessment changes and mails the corresponding notices to taxpayers.
All legal descriptions from deeds recorded in the County Clerk’s office are read and verified before they are forwarded to the Department of Revenue and ownership change is made.
Jackson County has 257,776 acres of farmland which require implementation of new values each year as provided by Department of Revenue. This includes measuring of soil types, application of forestry management plans, conservation stewardship plans, vegetative filter strips and flood debasements.
According to Section 10-120 of the Property Tax Code, the CCAO establishes a Farmland Assessment Review Committee to present annually the farmland valuation procedure to be used for the next assessment year. This meeting is usually held in May or June of each year.
The CCAO is the administrator of the Jackson County Subdivision Ordinance. Plats are distributed and feedback is collected from county departments and a report is made to the Real Property Committee which meets once a month.
According to the Property Tax Code, “Each supervisor of assessments shall serve as clerk of the county board of review.” In this way, background information can be provided on how assessments were arrived at. The CCAO also aids in the preparation of evidence and testimony in commercial assessment appeals.
This office assists taxpayers and the general public with inquiries pertaining to appraisals and assessment procedures and all other aspects of county government. The staff members are experts in customer service and manage difficult and emotional customer situations. They demonstrate a high level of ethical standards and treat all people with respect.
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Dispelling the Myth
One common misconception is that the Assessor determines the county budget and tax rates. This is not the case. The Board of Supervisors, City Councils, and school boards set the budgets for their respective jurisdiction and set the tax rates to generate the needed revenue.
The offices of Tax Assessor was established by the Mississippi Constitution (Article 5, Section 135). The office is elected for four year terms by the county at large. Jackson County is one of 17 counties in Mississippi with separate tax assessors and collectors offices because the county's total assessed value is above $65 million.
Important Dates & Deadlines
- Effective date of appraisal
- Deadline to pay property taxes
- Builder Affidavit deadline
- Homestead exemption filing deadline
- Rendition filing deadline
July (First Monday)
- Property Roll turned over to Board of Supervisors
July (Last Two Weeks)
- Deadline for filing of Property Valuation Notice of Protest
- Rolls open to public inspection
Welcome to the Jackson County Assessors Office Web Site!
Our office is open to the public from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. The Assessor's Office is located on the lower floor of the Jackson County Administration building.
The goal of the Jackson County Assessors Office is to provide the people of Jackson County with a web site that is easy to use. You can search our site for a wealth of information on any property in Jackson County.
The information contained herein reflects the values established in the "most current published" tax digest. *Please note that the Assessors Office establishes values only. The Jackson County Tax Commissioner should be contacted with tax bill related questions.
Did you know?
Jackson County, the 22nd county of Georgia, was created in 1796 from part of Franklin County. It is named for Revolutionary War General, Congressman, and Senator James Jackson.
The Jackson County Courthouse was constructed in 1879 and is a prime example of the neoclassical architecture of that time. A clock tower was added in 1906, and renovations were completed in 1978. The courthouse is one of the few examples of such architecture still in use in Georgia.
Commerce, the most populous city in the county, has become a major retail center featuring outlet malls.
State high school track and field championships are held in Jefferson, which has one of the top track facilities in the state.
Jackson is also home to the Peach State Motorspeedway.
Braselton is home of the Chateau Elan Winery, Panoz Motorsports, golf, equestrian center, resort and spa.
Jefferson was designated the county seat of Jackson County on November 24, 1806. The city, named for President Thomas Jefferson, was the site of a previous Indian settlement. The site of the city was originally an Indian settlement named Thomocoggan. The city was then incorporated as Jeffersonville. Later, the name was changed to Jeffersonton and finally shortened to its current name on June 30, 1824. Dr. Crawford W. Long first used ether for surgery in Jefferson on March 30, 1842.
The Crawford W. Long Medical Museum was established to commemorate that monumental occurrence in the medical field. In addition, Crawford Long Days in November is a festival to celebrate his memory.
According to 2000 Census, the City of Jefferson had a population of 3,825 persons. Between 1990 and 2000, the city experienced a population increase of 38.4%, compared to the state growth during this period of 26.4%.
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welcome to OUR OFFICE
I would like to welcome you to our website which has been created for the benefit of all Jackson County taxpayers. As a taxpayer you have every right to expect straight answers to your questions. We here at the Assessor's Office strive to provide the kind of public service that citizens need and deserve. Most people don't mind paying their taxes as long as they feel they are being treated fairly. Above all, an Assessor must strive to be fair. Here in Jackson County, we have been blessed by many factors in our favor. Interstate 77 and an excellent road system, one of the best public school systems in the state, and a major aluminum manufacturing facility which employs thousands of county residents. The taxpayers and their Assessor have a major part to play in the economic future of Jackson County. If you have any questions concerning your property assessment, please call me at 304-373-2240. Our office is now located in the Jackson County Courthouse Annex (Keller Building) at 106 North Street, W. in Ripley. The Office is open Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m and from 9:00 a.m. to noon on Saturdays during the months of July and August. If you, or an organization such as a school group would like to visit the Assessor's Office, please feel free to call us and we'll be happy to schedule a tour. We enjoy sharing with you, how your government works. I hope that you will find this website to be helpful in understanding the role of the Assessor's Office. Thank you.
Brian K. Thomas
Jackson County Assessor
The Jackson County Assessor's Office is an appraisal office, not a taxing office. This office is responsible for assessing all taxable property within the County and must work to treat tax payers as fairly as possible. The Assessor has the following basic responsibilities:
Locate all taxable property in the County and identify the ownership.
Establish a value for all property subject to property taxation.
List the value of all property on the assessment roll.
Apply all legal exemptions.
Deliver Certificates of Property Valuation to the County levying bodies.
Contrary to popular opinion the Assessor:
Does not determine your property tax bills.
Does not collect your property taxes.
Does not establish the property tax laws.
Does not set the rules for property appraisal. These rules are determined by the Legislature.
The Assessor does not impose property taxes. This office determines the value of all taxable property, both personal and real, in the County. The methodology for determining value is outlined in State Code. Property values constantly change with depreciation, inflation, and other market conditions. The State of West Virginia requires that each assessor review and update the Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal System (CAMA) on an annual basis for the appraisal of real estate. This means that your value may go up or down slightly in any given year. If your value increases over 10% in any given year, you will receive a written notice of increase of assessment. If you disagree with the value you should contact this office and share any information and reasons attesting to a different market value for your property. If an agreement on the value of your property cannot be reached, an appeal can be made to the County Commissioners who will convene as a Board of Equalization and Review during the month of February each year. You will be asked to state the value of your property and support that value with a certified appraisal, real estate insurance documentation, or other items. The assessment books maintained by the Assessor's Office are always available for public inspection.
The 1990 State Wide Revaluation Legislation and Property Valuation Commission requires that the Assessor must maintain all real estate at a value equal to existing market conditions. The Jackson County Assessor's Office maintains a highly trained staff to ensure that this County is assessing property equitably and as fairly as possible.
The actual levy rates are determined by the West Virginia Legislature (for the Board of Education), the County Commission and the two municipalities. Levy rate sheets are prepared for your convenience and may be obtained in the Assessor's Office. Current year levy rates for Jackson County can be viewed by clicking here or on the Levy Rate navigation button to the left.
of property tax dollars go to the Jackson County Board of Education. County government receives about 20% which is used to support the Courthouse and various services such as: Community Development Projects County Health Department Jackson County Public Library Volunteer Fire Departments Emergency Services Senior Citizen Centers
To view Levy Rates click here
Frequently Asked Questions click here
Jackson County Assessor's Office 106 North Street West Ripley, WV 25271 304-373-2240
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