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Know what parts of town are being inspected and revalued this year
State law requires the assessor to periodically inspect each parcel within the city. This is accomplished over time by inspecting select portions of the city each and every year. The inspection cycle for the City of
There are thousands of affected parcels, therefore the appraisers will go door to door and request permission to enter and conduct the inspection. The inspecting appraiser can be identified by their City of
For the 2011 assessment year, for which taxes will be paid in 2012, the following areas of the city will be inspected and revalued. Because of the irregular shape of many plats, some parcels will fall in or out of the following geographic boundaries and may not be part of the rest of the group that is inspected for the 2011 assessment.
Appraiser Gregg Swartwoudt’s Area(s)
Residential parcels in
Appraiser Scott Sutherland’s Area(s)
Residential parcels in that part of Duluth Heights east of Robin Avenue, north of Central Entrance, west of Skyline Parkway, and south of Arrowhead Road to Rice Lake Road then south of Aspenwood and the College of Saint Scholastica.
Appraiser Jolene Elm’s Area(s)
Continued inspection of residential parcels in Lakeside/Lester Park north of Glenwood with the exception of Avondale, Oakley and the west segment of Norwood Streets; and all properties south of
Appraiser Mike Busick’s Area(s)
Completion of residential parcels in Morgan Park, then east to Smithville,
Appraiser Terry Johnson’s Area(s)
If you desire an inspection of your property by appointment, please contact our office at 730-5190 and reference the name of the appraiser for your neighborhood.