The Greene County Assessor’s office is reminding people to be on the lookout for personal property and business assessments in the mail.
The office is extending the deadline for returning 2021 personal property and business assessment lists to April 1.
You’re encouraged to complete the list early to avoid any late filing penalties.
Here’s more from the Greene County Assessor:
Greene County Assessor Rick Kessinger is reminding Greene County residents to be on the lookout for personal property and business assessment lists that are scheduled to arrive in mailboxes in the coming days.
Please note, the Assessor is extending the deadline for returning 2021 Personal Property and Business Assessment lists to April 1. Residents are encouraged to complete the list early and not wait until the deadline.
To avoid late filing penalties, which can range from $15 to $105, information must be returned on or before April 1. If residents prefer, they can access a printable assessment list at: http://www.greenecountymo.gov/assessor/forms.php
Items that should be listed are tangible personal property owned by an individual or business as of January 1, 2021, including property purchased on that date. The property to declare includes, but is not limited to, motor vehicles, boats, trailers, livestock, farm machinery and business-related furniture and equipment.
For questions regarding details such as property address, location, ownership, taxing district, school district, section, township and range, along with maps, visit: https://www.greenecountyassessor.org/assessor/forms/htmlframe.aspx?mode=content/home.htm. This section of the website is updated nightly, so ownership should be current, depending on when the property was purchased.
Residents can also call the Greene County Assessor’s Office at 417-868-4101, or visit Room 37 of the Historic Greene County Courthouse located at 940 N. Boonville.