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Property Assessment

Assessment Information

County of St. Paul has contracted Accurate Assessment Group to complete its assessment process. As part of that contract, assessors will be completing a re-inspection process to assist in determining the taxation for the following year. County of St. Paul has contracted Accurate Assessment Group to complete its assessment process.

As part of that contract, assessors will be completing a re-inspection process to assist in determining the taxation for the following year. To meet provincial legislation and “best practices,” cyclical re-inspections are completed on a five-year rotation, with approximately 20% of the County properties being inspected each year, as illustrated in the map below.

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To meet provincial legislation and “best practices,” cyclical re-inspections are completed on a five-year rotation, with approximately 20% of the County properties being inspected each year, as illustrated in the map below.Criteria important to the assessment process are market value, market growth and real growth Farm land is valued using a provincially regulated assessment base rate.

Commercial and industrial property is valued at market value. Assessors will be out doing inspections between April and through the following January and will be easily identifiable by identification badges. Assessors will also be driving Accurate Assessment Group marked vehicles including County of St. Paul magnets. Assessors will attempt to make personal contact at properties they inspect. If no one is present when the assessor visits your property, a call back card will be left.

The County requests your co-operation in returning calls and providing the assessors with the necessary information. Assessors also annually inspect (but are not limited to) new development permits, non-started permits from previous years, new subdivisions, land use confirmation/changes, previously incomplete construction and properties which have sold each year.

For assessment inquires please contact Accurate Assessment Group at 1-877-438-2305 and speak to Bob Daudelin or Jesse Nelson.

Those assessed may register a formal assessment complaint with the Assessment Review Board within 60 days from the notice of assessment date as shown on your tax notice. The primary function of the Assessment Review Board is to provide a forum for individuals and corporations to: challenge various aspects of their property assessments.