If you decide to appeal either your valuation or your classification, it
can be done either through a 3-step appeal or a 1 step appeal.
3-Step Appeal Process
Appeal to the City or Township Board of Appeal and Equalization which
meets in April or May. They have the right to order changes in your
value and classification.
If you are not satisfied with the City
or Township’s decision, you may appeal to the County Board of
Equalization which meets in June. They also have the right to order
changes in your value and classification.
If you are not satisfied
with the County’s decision, you may file an appeal with the Minnesota
Tax Court. You have until March 31 of the year the tax is payable to
appeal the valuation and classification in Tax Court.
appear in the order specified; Local, County, and then Tax Court. If you
do not appeal at the local City or Township level, the County Board can
not take action on your appeal. You may make the appeal by attending in
person, through a designated representative, or by sending a written
1 Step Appeal Process
The 1 step appeal may be made directly to the Regular
Division of the Tax Court without utilizing the local appeals
proceedings. More information on the appeal process is on your notice of
value or is available at the assessor’s office.