|Forms & Information:||Deadline to File an Appeal:|
|How to read your Valuation Notice||Real Property: September 15|
|How property tax works in Utah||Mobile Home: 60 days after notice date|
|Keys to a successful valuation appeal||Business Personal Property: May 15|
|Comparable Analysis Sheet||Motor Vehicles: Most recent valuation notice only|
|Signed Statement of Primary Residence|
|Authorization to Represent Property Owner|
The Board of Equalization is the process through which a property owner may appeal the fair market value the County Assessor has placed on the property. The appeals are filed with the Weber County Clerk/Auditor's Office.
This page answers frequently asked questions about Valuation Notices and the Appeals process, as well as forms for filing valuation appeals.
Appeal Mobile Home Value – Deadline: 60 days after notice date.Appeal Motor Vehicle Value – Deadline: Most recent valuation notice only.
If you are appealing multiple vehicles, please submit a separate form for each vehicle.Appeal Business Personal Property Value – Deadline: May 15th of the year appealed.
If you are appealing multiple items or accounts, please submit a separate form for each item or account. If you have several similar items under the same account that are being appealed for the same reason, you may include those on the same appeal form.How is property tax determined?
The entire property tax process is a fairly involved and complex process. You can read an explanation of everything that goes into the process at Property Taxes in Utah.
Will it make any difference if I appeal?
If you are appealing multiple items or accounts, please submit a separate form for each item or account. If you have several similar items under the same account that are being appealed for the same reason, you may include those on the same appeal form.
How can I improve my appeal?
There are many things you can do to maximize the chances that your appeal will be successful. For a full discussion of these, please see the keys to a successful valuation appeal.
What if I missed the deadline to appeal?
If you missed the deadline to appeal your property, you may submit a Late Appeal Application (available September 16th to March 31st) with your appeal information. If your appeal is not accepted late, it will automatically be filed as a pre-appeal for the next appeal cycle.
Please note that the threshold to qualify for a late appeal is quite high. For example, a death in the family, or a dire medical emergency on the part of the property owner, and no other property owner was available to file the appeal. While other circumstances may be considered, they must be severe and significant.
In any case, the absolute deadline for filing a late appeal is:
- For Real Property and Mobile Homes: March 31st after the year being appealed
- For Personal Property: Late appeal not possible. Deadline is May 15th of the year being appealed.
- For Motor Vehicles: the previous notice (the one before the most recent)
What happens after I submit my appeal?
There are several steps in the process. For a detailed look at everything that could happen during the appeal process, please see the Appeal Process page.