What happens on Grievance Day?

The Board of Assessment Review will meet from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 24th with a 1 hour break for lunch and for dinner. The Board members will hear any and all of the grievances that are filed with the Assessment Bureau from May 1st until the end of that day.


Petitioners will be given 3 minutes to present their case to the Board of Assessment Review. There may be a brief question and answer period with the Board after the case has been presented. At this point, you have completed your role in the grievance process.

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1. Who can file a grievance?
2. Can someone file a grievance application on my behalf and represent me at Grievance Day?
3. How do I fill out my grievance application; can someone from the Assessment Bureau help me or fill out the application for me?
4. Is there anything special that I should know about the grievance application?
5. What happens after I file my grievance application; should I make an appointment with the Assessor to discuss my assessed value?
6. What happens on Grievance Day?
7. Do I have to attend Grievance Day on Tuesday, May 24th; will it not impact my case or will it hurt my case if I do not attend?
8. What happens when Grievance Day is over?