All Farm and Manufactured Home Personal Property Renditions and Business Form 901 are mailed out.
January 1 – 15:
Accepting applications for:
Homestead Exemptions (to be valid for the current year).
Additional Homestead Exemptions, proof of gross household income required.
Senior Valuation Limitation, proof of gross household income required.
Personal Property Renditions for Business, Farm and Manufactured Homes.
All Real Property divisions, and combinations of Real Property deeds, must be filed with the County Clerk’s Office in order for them to be applied to the current year tax roll.
A 10% statutory penalty must be added to all Business, Farm and Manufactured Home Personal Property Renditions not received or post marked by March 15.
A 20% statutory penalty must be added to all Business, Farm and Manufactured Home Personal Property Renditions not received or postmarked by April 15.
4th Monday in April:
The Assessor delivers the Assessment Roll to the County Board of Equalization.
The Board of Equalization adjourns.
The application for Oklahoma Claim for Credit or Refund of Property Taxes should be completed to ensure it is received by the Oklahoma Tax Commission by June 30.
The Assessor prepares the Annual Abstract of Assessed Valuations on all taxable property. The Oklahoma Tax Commission must receive this report on or before June 15 to ensure that employees of the Assessor’s Office receive their paychecks for the month of June.
September 15 – October 1:
Ownership and address changes for the current tax roll will be cut off immediately upon receipt of new millage rates.
Tax roll is delivered to the Treasurer’s Office.
New subdivision plats must be filed with the County Clerk’s Office.
If you have any questions, you may contact the Assessor’s Office at 580-355-1052.