OPEN BOOK

September 6, 2022  |  2 - 4 PM

Attend the Open Book if you are unable to meet with your assessor – highly recommended• Open Book refers to a period of time (before BOR begins) when the completed assessment roll is open for examination• This period of time is an opportunity to discuss your property value with the assessor and provide reason for changing the value, if appropriate• Assessor must be present for at least two hours while the assessment roll is open• State law (sec . 70 .45, Wis . Stats .), requires the municipal clerk (or commissioner of assessments in first class cities) to publish or post a notice specifying the open book date(s) at least 15 days (30 days in revaluation years) before the first day the assessment roll is open for examination• Instructional materials on appealing your assessment to the BOR should be available at the open book• At Open Book, the assessor is allowed to make any changes that are necessary to perfect the assessment roll• When Open Book ends, any changes to the assessment roll (your property value) requires formal process in front of the Board of Review or circuit court• Board of Review starts a minimum of seven days after the assessment roll is open for examination (Open Book) under state law (sec . 70 .45, Wis . Stats .) (sec . 70 .47(1), Wis . Stats .)

Upcoming Events

OPEN BOOK
September 6, 2022  |  2 - 4 PM

CRCPRA Management Committee Meeting Agenda
September 6, 2022  |  7 PM

BOARD OF REVIEW
September 20, 2022  |  4 - 6 PM

Plan Commission Agenda
September 28, 2022  |  7 - 9 PM