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Posted on: May 10, 2022

Open Book and Board of Review

Open Book is a date & time for property owners to discuss their assessment with the Assessor. Many questions can be answered with a phone call or email. If you talk with the Assessor and do not agree with the result, you may appeal to the Board of Review.

Open Book and Board of Review

Property owners with questions about their assessment are encouraged to contact the Assessor’s Office any time during the year and are not limited to Open Book.

Open Book simply provides a designated date and time for property owners to discuss their assessment with the Assessor.  Many questions regarding assessments can be answered with a phone conversation or email.

2022 Open Book

  • Date:  Tuesday, May 24, 2022, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Location: First Floor City Conference Room, 1515 Strongs Avenue, Stevens Point 54481

The assessment roll is available here (below) and in person in the First Floor City Conference Room.  If you are unable to view the assessment roll, please feel free to contact us at assessor@stevenspoint.com or 715-346-1553 ext. 2.  The Assessment Staff will be available by phone or email to answer any questions you may have.

2022 Board of Review

  • Date:  Thursday, June 2, 2022, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
  • Location:  First Floor City Conference Room, 1515 Strongs Avenue, Stevens Point 54481

If you discussed your assessment with the Assessor and do not agree with the determination, you may appeal your assessment to the Board of Review.

If you wish to appeal your assessment, you will need to file a written or oral intent to object with the City Clerk at least 48 hours before the opening of the Board of Review.

In addition, you must complete an approved objection form (below) and file it with the Stevens Point City Clerk 715-346-1569 or email clerks@stevenspoint.com prior to or within the first two hours of the Board’s first scheduled meeting.

The Board of Review process operates like a court.  Their function is not one of valuation, but of deciding the validity of facts presented orally before them. You or your representative may testify concerning your assessment objection.  You must prove that your property is not equally assessed when compared to the general level of assessment within your tax district.

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