Appeal

Property owners who disagree with our classification and valuation can appeal.

Appeal timeline update

The Local Board is now in session.

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Appeal timeline

Paper appointment calendar book

 

 

It is now time to appeal

  • Valuation notices mailed on March 15.
  • Call your Assessor as soon as possible if you have concerns about your assessment.
  • Changes can be made by the Assessor up to 10 days prior to the Local Board.
  • Any assessment changes after April 4 must be heard by the Local Board.
  • The Local Board of Appeal and Equalization will begin on April 15.

How to appeal

Appeal to the Local Board

  • Valuation notices mailed on March 15.
  • Contact the assessor named on your valuation notice. Most issues can be resolved at this level.
  • If you and the assessor do not come to an agreement, you can appear before the Local Board of Appeal and Equalization (LBAE).
  • Changes can be made by the Assessor up to 10 days prior to the Local Board.
  • Any assessment changes after April 4 must be heard by the Local Board.
  • The 2024 Local Board of Appeal and Equalization begins on April 15 at 10:00 a.m. in Minneapolis City Hall, Room 143.

Appeal to the County Board or Minnesota Tax Court

  • You can appear before the Hennepin County Board of Appeal and Equalization. You must first appear before the Local Board.
  • You may also appeal to Minnesota Tax Court. You have until April 30 of the year in which taxes are payable to file an appeal. 

Watch the YouTube video (3:56)

Visit Minnesota Department of Revenue to read about the appeal process

Contact us

Assessing Department

Address

Minneapolis Assessing Department
350 Fifth St. S., Room 100
Minneapolis, MN 55415-1323

Office hours

8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday

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