Assessor's Office Staff:

Ali Manson
Assessor

Jill Hubbell
Administrative Assistant/GIS Clerk

Deb Luhman
Office Manager

Kristi Soderquist
Administrative Assistant

Office Hours: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Monday through Friday
(563) 422-3397
1.
January 1
Assessment date
2.
April 1
Assessors complete assessments and notify taxpayers.
3.
April 2-April 25
Property owners may request informal hearing; Assessors may make recommendation to board of
review.
4.
April 2 - April 30
Taxpayers may appeal to local boards of review.
5.
May 1 - May 31
Local boards of review consider appeals.  This time may be extended to July 15 by the Iowa
Department of Revenue Director.
6.
June 15
Local boards of review submit reports to Director.
7.
July 1
Assessors submit abstracts of the assessments to the Director.
8.
August 15
The Director issues tentative equalization orders to county auditors.
9.
September
The Director holds equalization hearings, which are held for public input.
10.
October 1
The Director issues final equalization orders to county auditors.
11.
October 2 - 12
Assessing jurisdictions may apply for alternative methods of implementing equalization orders.
12.
October 2 - 15
The county auditor publishes notices of final equalization order.
13.
October 15 -
November 15
Local boards of review meet to hear equalization protests.
14.
October 16 - 25
Taxpayers may protest the final equalization order to the local boards of review.
15.
November 1
The Director certifies assessment limitation percentages to county auditors.
16.
November 15
Local boards of review submit a report about the equalization protests to the Department.
17.
December 1 -
February 28
The taxing authorities adopt the budgets based on the valuations.
18.
March 1
The county board of supervisors levies the taxes.
19.
July 1
The county treasurer receives authorization to collect taxes.
20.
September 30
First half of taxes are due.
21.
March 31
Second half of taxes are due.
State Rollback Factors

Assessment Yr: 2017

(2018-2019 Collection)

Residential: 55.62%
Agricultural:  54.45%
Commercial & Industrial: 90%
Multiresidential:78.75%



2017 Assessed Values will be
payable 2018-2019

2018 Assessed Values will be
payable 2019-2020


2019 Assessed Values will be
payable 2020-2021

FAYETTE COUNTY
ASSESSOR'S OFFICE
     IOWA PROPERTY TAX CYCLE
Upcoming Important Dates

JULY 1  Deadline
Homestead Credit, Disabled Veteran
Homestead Credit, Military Exemption, and
Business Property Tax Credit Sign-Up

NOVEMBER 1
Deadline
Family Farm Tax Credit Sign-Up

FEBRUARY 1
Deadline
Exempt Property (Religious, Charitable),
Forest Reserve/Fruit Tree Exemption, Native
Prairie/Wetlands Exemption and Urban
Revitalization Sign-Up

APRIL 1
2019 Assessment Notice to be delivered to
taxpayer if assessed value has been
changed

APRIL 2-25
Taxpayer may inquire about their
assessment, and may also request an
informal review of the assessment by the
assessor under one or more of the grounds
for protest

APRIL 2-30
Protest of assessment period for filing with
Board of Review

MAY 1-ADJOURNMENT
Board of Review meets each year

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