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Board of Equalization 

Assessment Valuation Appeal Process

June 1 - July 10, 2024

  1. Saline County Assessors Office will send Impact Notices

    • These notices are NOT a bill. They are to notify you if your assessed valuation has increased over $500.​

  2. Informal Hearing

    • You MUST schedule an informal hearing with the Saline County Assessors Office BEFORE scheduling an appointment for a hearing before the Board of Equalization. ​

    • You can reach the Saline County Assessor's Office Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm at 1-660-886-4380.

  3. Scheduling an appointment with the Board of Equalization

    • If you are not satisfied with your value after your informal hearing with the Saline County Assessor, you may schedule an appointment to appear before the Board of Equalization.

    • Contact the Saline County Clerk's Office Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm at 1-660-886-3331.

    • No appointments will be made after 4:30pm July 10, 2024.

    • Please return all paperwork to the County Clerk's Office within a timely manner so preparations can be made for the scheduled hearing.

    • Please note: All board members are appointed by the Saline County Commission. Those who serve on the board are Appraisers, Realtors, and Bankers who are familiar with current market values in the Saline County area.

July 15 - July 26, 2024

  1. Board of Equalization Hearings

    • The County Clerk's office will compile information from the citizen appealing their assessed valuation & from the Saline County Assessor's Office ​for the members of the Board of Equalization.

    • All hearings will take place in the Saline County Commission Chambers located in room 101 of the Saline County Courthouse. Please arrive at your scheduled time with all of your supporting documentation.

If you are not satisfied after your Board of Equalization Hearing

  1. State Tax Commission Hearings

    1. You must have had your scheduled hearing before the Saline County Board of Equalization​

    2. You must file the proper forms to the Missouri State Tax Commission by September 30. 2024 OR 30 days after the Board of Equalization's decision, whichever is later​.

    3. For additional information please visit the Missouri State Tax Commission website.

Board of Equalization forms can be emailed to: countyclerk@salinecountymo.org

or mailed to Saline County Clerk, 9 East North Street, Marshall, MO 65340

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