Noble County Assessor
|Address:||300 Courthouse Drive #9 Perry, OK 73077|
|1st Deputy:||Brenda Landes|
Duties and Responsibilities of the County Assessor:
- Lists and maintains records on each piece of taxable real and personal property in Noble County. Real property includes land and buildings (usually called improvements). Personal property includes business furniture, fixtures, equipment, inventory, and farm machinery and equipment.
- Determines fair cash value annually for homes, businesses, and other taxable property in Noble County. Fair cash value may go up or down depending on the real estate market in the county. The effective date of the appraisal is January 1st of every year. By law, the Assessor is required to perform a visual inspection of each property at least once every four years. The Assessor also determines value of new construction, or improvements.
- Notifies property owners of any increase in the fair cash value of their property.
- Assists taxpayers in filing homestead exemptions and affidavits for property that is exempt under Oklahoma law.
- Resolves questions or protests about valuation.
- Appears before the County Board of Equalization.
- January 1 – March 15 – Personal property Assessment Period (Both Ag and Business).
- March 15 – Deadline for all exemptions to be filed.
Additional Information, Forms and Subscription Services:
- Explanation of Values
- Property Tax Exemptions
- Noble County section of OkAssessor
- All forms and exemptions.
- Agriculture farm tax exemption.
- PvPlus subscription service for access to county records 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Visual Lease Services, Inc. for oil and gas related properties and telecommunication properties.