What is taxable value?
The taxable value was created upon the passage of Proposal A, by the electorate in 1994. The taxable value is the lower of the State Equalized Value or the capped value. This is the value used times the millage rate that produces the amount of taxes levied against the property.

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1. Why does the assessed value change from year to year?
2. Why do assessments go up when a property hasn’t changed?
3. What is taxable value?
4. What is the capped value?
5. If I am unhappy with the assessed value or taxable value, what can I do about it?
6. I will be out of town during the March Board of Review. How can I lodge an appeal?
7. What if I am not satisfied with the Board of Review decision on my appeal?
8. Am I allowed to view my appraisal records?