November 1, 2019
Important date changes
Appealing your property value
If the valuation of property has increased, a taxpayer may file an appeal within 30 calendar days from the date the Notice of Increase in Valuation was mailed.
If the valuation of property has not increased or decreased from the previous year, a taxpayer may file an appeal on or before the first Monday in April.
To file an appeal, complete the Informal Protest (OTC 974) form and return it to the Tulsa County Assessor’s Office via regular or electronic mail. Upon receipt and review of the Informal Protest form, a meeting will be scheduled between the taxpayer and the assessor’s office to discuss the appeal.
The assessor shall issue a written decision to the taxpayer within 7 calendar days of the date of the meeting. If dissatisfied with the decision, the taxpayer may file an appeal with the County Board of Equalization within 15 calendar days from the date the decision is mailed.
Appealing your property value to the assessor and the Board of Equalization is free of charge.
Appealing your property value to the district court
If dissatisfied with the decision of the County Board of Equalization, the taxpayer may file a petition with the district court within 30 calendar days of when the County Board of Equalization decision was mailed or delivered.Taxpayer is liable for fees associated with an appeal to the district court.
Memo in reference to Oklahoma Statute 68 § 2876 E., 2876 G., 2880.1B