• Carson City

    Credit: Sara Bingham

  • Winter Light

    Credit: Gina Lee

  • Nevada Governor's Mansion

    Credit: Tony Dellacioppa

  • Snow Day

    Credit: Alexandra Smith

  • The Glenbrook

    Credit: Albert Depew

  • Proud to be Snow-covered

    Credit: Jayson Berry Hunt

  • Carson River Morning

    Credit: Robert Moore

  • Winter Sunset

    Credit: Steve Ferguson

Taxpayer's Bill of Rights


Each and Every Taxpayer has the Right:

  • To an Assessors Office with an "open door" policy.
  • To a just and equitable assessment of your property, conducted in accordance with Nevada Statutes and regulations of the Nevada Tax Commission.
  • To prompt and courteous attention from the Assessors Office whenever you have a question concerning any aspect of your appraisal.
  • To complete details that set forth the Assessors procedures for assessing your property, including a copy of your appraisal records and your parcel map.
  • To appeal to the Carson City Board of Equalization, the State Board of Equalization and the court system if you feel that your appraisal is incorrect.
  • To a notice in the newspaper informing you the year your property is reappraised.
  • To have the Assessors Office be an advocate in the legislature on behalf of Taxpayers.
  • To an Assessors Office that disseminates new laws and information to the public through the media and speaking to civic groups.
  • To an appointment with the appraiser who appraised your property for a review of your assessment.
  • To be advised by the Assessors Office of all of your rights as a taxpayer.
  • To expect to leave the Assessors Office feeling as though they were served in a competent and professional manner.