Assessment Forms Due March 1st

There are only a few days remaining in February and the Assessment Lists that were mailed at the start of the years are due to be returned to The Livingston County Assessor’s office by March 1 or a PENALTY MAY APPLY.  Assessor Steve Ripley encourages everyone to get their lists returned to his office before the deadline. If you have […]

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County Assessment Forms Mailed

Livingston County residents should be receiving a letter from the Livingston County Assessor’s Office.  Assessor Steve Ripley says they mailed the 2021 Assessment Forms at the start of the year.  Ripley says those forms need to be returned by March 1st. You can file either electronically or on paper.  Paper forms can be mailed or dropped off at the Assessor’s […]

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Assessment Form Deadline Is March 1st

The deadline for returning your Personal Property and Real Estate statements is BY March 1st.  Personal Property owners, including businesses, are reminded they must report personal property owned on January 1st to the Assessor’s Office by the deadline.  At the beginning of January, the Assessor mailed a list to those personal property owners whose names appeared on the tax rolls. […]

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Assessor Ripley Reminds Livingston County Residents Of Assessment Form Deadline

Personal property owners, including businesses, are minded they must report personal property owned on January 1st to the Assessor’s Office by March 1st.  Earlier this year, the Assessor mailed a list to those personal property owners whose names appeared on the tax rolls. Those not returning a completed list to the Assessor’s office by the March 1st deadline are subject […]

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2020 Assessment Forms Mailed

Livingston County residents should be receiving a letter from the Livingston County Assessor’s Office.  Assessor Steve Ripley says they mailed the 2020 Assessment Forms.  Ripley says those forms need to be returned by March 1st. Ripley says you can file either electronically or on paper.  Paper forms can be mailed or dropped off at the Assessor’s office.  If you plan […]

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