Assessor

The Assessor's Office is responsible for the appraisal of real property homes, condos, recreational parcels, vacant land, commercial and industrial properties. Market values and taxable values are available. Assesses and collects taxes on business personal property (owned and leased), leasehold improvements, mobile homes and offices. Market and taxable values, appraisal information, including year built, square footage and acreage are available. Farmland Assessment Act (Greenbelt) information, which includes qualification requirements, applications, rollback implications and values, is also available.

Rockport Fire Tax Relief Information

To those who have lost all or part of their homes due to the Rockport fire:
a. There is a process whereby you are allowed some tax relief because of your loss of value from the fire
b. The time limit to make application is 45 days from the event
c. You will need some proof of the extent of damage to your structure to show a greater than 30% loss of value to the home. Whether, photos, documentation from County building inspectors, insurance adjusters, etc.
d. The process is identical to the ongoing Board of Equalization
e. Make the application to the Summit County Assessors Office with the Board of Equalization form.

Assessor: Steve Martin
Email:
Phone: (435) 336-3257
60 North Main
PO Box 128
Coalville, UT 84017
Chief Deputy, Personal Property Division: Carla Richins
Email:
Phone: 435-336-3235
60 North Main
PO Box 128
Coalville, UT 84017