Informal Review & Appealing Assessment Value Notices

There are 3 possible steps for you to take action to appeal your property assessment:

  1. Informal Review: (The deadline for requesting a 2019 Informal Review is Monday, June 24, 2019.) If you are not satisfied with the estimated market value placed on your property or you feel your reassessment notice is incorrect, you may file an Informal Review request with the Assessment Department by completing the Informal Review request form online here or by calling 816-881-4601 during regular business hours (8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday, excluding holidays observed by Jackson County) on or before Monday, June 24, 2019.

    a.  online application 
    b.  (816) 881-4601  Monday - Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM, excluding holidays

    If you have already requested an Informal Review for 2019, you can access your online request here.

    Those who do not request an Informal Review for 2019 prior to June 24 will be unable to access the Informal Review request form online after the June 24 deadline.

  2. Board of Equalization: (The deadline for filing a 2019 BOE Appeal is Monday, July 29, 2019.) You have the right to appeal the estimated 2019 market value placed on your property to the Jackson County Board of Equalization (BOE). Appeals to the BOE must be filed on or before Monday, July 29, 2019. Along with your appeal form, you should provide documentation to support your opinion of value. The Board will notify you of the date, time and location of your scheduled hearing. The Board will hear evidence from the Assessment Department staff and from you regarding the value of the property. They will then render a decision based upon the evidence presented. If you do not appear at your scheduled hearing, the Board may hear your case and value your property based upon the evidence presented.

    You can contact the BOE staff at boardofequalization@jacksongov.org or by calling 816-881-3309.


  3. State Tax Commission (STC): If you disagree with the decision of the Board of Equalization, you have the right to appeal to the State Tax Commission. Appeals to the STC must be filed within 30 days of the Board of Equalization's decision or by September 30, 2019, whichever is later. For more information about filing an STC appeal see
    Missouri State Tax Commission.