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No. If you have a question about a parcel of land, you should determine ownership
as your first step. Any inquiries should be addressed to the owner of record. To
determine ownership of a parcel, use the Online Property Search (links to County Assessor's site)
or contact the Assessor's Office.
Possibly. Property needs of the County are continually changing. When a County department
requires additional land or building space to perform its duties properly, and the
additional space is approved by the County through its Administrative Office, Property
Management will actively seek the required additional space. We make every effort
to contact anyone we become aware of who might have appropriate space available.
However, to be certain your property is considered, you should write a short letter
to us giving details of the property you have available.
Possibly. As property needs of the County change, surplus property may become available
for sale. Such sales will be listed on our County-Owned Property
Sales Web page and will also be publicized in a variety of area print publications.
The County must officially accept such a dedication or deed before any such property
transfer would be valid. This would not normally occur unless the property was identified
as necessary to County needs.
No. You should contact an independent appraisal service.
No. The Assessor's Office is
a separate department within the County that performs the appraisal and assessment
for real estate tax purposes.
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