Under Minnesota Statute 274.13, no changes in valuation or classification may be made by the county assessor after the county board of equalization has adjourned — except for clerical errors or changes that extend homestead treatment. The Dakota County Special Board of Appeal and Equalization met on June 6, 2022 regarding the 2022 assessment. Therefore, state law no longer allows for informal reviews of the 2022 estimated market value or classification (for taxes payable in 2023).
If you have questions or concerns regarding your property valuation or classification, contact the Assessor's Office. You may collect facts to show your case by collecting recent appraisals or recent sales of like property.
The following appeal options are available:
Contact Assessing Services
Attend an appeal meeting (if issue not resolved)
If your questions or concerns are not resolved after discussing with your assessor, you may bring your case to the Special County Board of Appeal and Equalization. Call 651-438-4200 by May 1 for an appointment or for more information.
Monday, June 6
Western Service Center
14955 Galaxie Ave., Apple Valley
Minnesota Tax Court
Another option is to petition the Minnesota Tax Court. Tax petitions can be filed after you receive your Notice of Valuation and before April 30 of year taxes are payable. Contact the Minnesota Tax Court at 651-539-3260.
The County Attorney's Office has outlined alternative services for
2022 property tax petitions.