Boise county assessor

Boise county assessor DEFAULT

Mary T. Prisco

Clerk, Ex Officio Auditor, Recorder

E-mail: [email protected]

For recording information requests, email [email protected]

The Clerk of the District Court serves as ex-officio Auditor and Recorder and as ex-officio Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners (Idaho Code 31-2001)

Boise County Fiscal year 2021 Budget

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Res 2020-44 BC Budget Adoption FY 2021
Res 2020-45 Resolution-Reserve Foregone Amount
Res 2020-46 Cash Basis-Cash Carryover for FY2021

Boise County Fiscal year 2020 Budget

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Approved Budget
Revenue Allocation

EBCAD Fiscal Year 2021 Budget

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Res 2020-05 EBCAD Budget Adoption Fy 2021
Res 2020-06 EBCAD Resolution-Reserve Foregone Amount
Res 2020-07 FY 2021 Cash Basis-Cash Carryover

EBCAD Fiscal Year 2020 Budget

Approved Budget

DUTIES

As an ex officio Auditor, this individual is responsible to draw warrants (I.C. 31-2301), examine and settle debts to the County (I.C. 31-2303), keep accounts current with the Treasurer (I.C. 31-2304 and 2306), issue an annual financial statement of the County (I.C.31-2307) and perform such other duties as
prescribed by law (I.C. 31-2309).

As ex-officio Recorder, the Clerk is responsible (I.C. 31-2402) to record:

  1. Deeds, grants, transfers and mortgages of real estate, releases of mortgages, powers of attorney to convey real estate and leases which have been acknowledged or proved, and transcripts of judgments or decrees which affect the title or possession of real property including water rights, any part of which is situate in the county of which the person is the recorder.
  2. Certificates of marriage and marriage contracts.
  3. Wills admitted to probate.
  4. Official bonds.
  5. Notice of mechanics’ liens.
  6. Transcripts of judgments which by law are made liens upon real estate.
  7. Notices of attachments upon real estate.
  8. Notices of the pendency of an action affecting real estate, the title thereto or possession thereof.
  9. Instruments describing or relating to the separate property of married women.
  10. Notices of preemption claims.
  11. Certified copies of any petition, with the schedules omitted, filed in, and certified copies of any order or decree made or entered in proceeding under the National Bankruptcy Act.
  12. Financing statements under the Uniform Commercial Code which cover timber to be cut, minerals or the like (including oil and gas), and accounts subject to Subsection (5) of I.C. 28-9-103).
  13. Notice of order of a general adjudication in conformance with section I.C. 42-1408.
  14. Such other writings are required or permitted by law to be recorded.

Other writings required or permitted by law would include: various indexes (I.C. 31-2404 & 2405), certificates of sale and various other records.

BOISE COUNTY IS DOING MARRIAGE LICENSES BY APPOINTMENT ONLY:
Monday from 11am to 4pm
Wednesday from 11am to 4pm
Friday from 11am to 1pm

Marriage Licenses

Where to apply for your Marriage License:

Marriage Licenses are issued in the Recorder’s Office in Idaho City and at the Horseshoe Bend Courthouse Annex. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
If you will be married in Idaho, you must obtain a marriage license. If you are to be married in another state, you will need to get a license from that state.
What you will need if you are 18 years of age or older.

  • Both people need to appear at the Recorder’s office in person.
  • Both need forms of photo identification.
  • Fill out marriage license application forms.
  • Read and sign pamphlet on AIDS as required by Idaho Law.
  • Cost: $30.00 cash

Two copies are issued — one is for the couple, the other is sent to the Recorder’s office, by the person performing the ceremony, to be recorded.

What you will need if you are under 18 years of age.

  • Both people need to appear at the Recorder’s office in person.
  • Both need forms of photo identification.
  • Each applicant who is under the age if 18 must be accompanied by at least one of their parents to sign giving permission or a notarized statement of consent.
  • Fill out marriage license application forms.
  • Read and sign pamphlet on AIDS as required by Idaho Law.
  • Cost: $30.00 cash

Two copies are issued — one is for the couple, the other is sent to the Recorder’s office, by the person performing the ceremony, to be recorded.

What you will need if you are under 16 years of age.

If you are under 16 years of age, you must have an appointment with the Magistrate Judge to obtain a court order allowing the 16 year old to be married.

  • Both people need to appear at the Recorder’s office in person.
  • Both need forms of photo identification.
  • Each applicant who is under the age if 18 must be accompanied by at least one of their parents to sign giving permission.
  • Fill out marriage license application forms.
  • Read and sign pamphlet on AIDS as required by Idaho Law.
  • Cost: $30.00 cash.

Who can perform the wedding ceremony?

Judge, Mayor or Minister.

Judge Roger E. Cockerille performs marriages.

For an appointment, contact:

Boise County Courthouse
419 Main Street
Idaho City, ID 83631
Phone (208) 392-4452 ext. 132

Phillip Canody, Mayor
City of Idaho City — (208) 392-4584

Robert Powell, Mayor
City of Crouch — (208) 462-4687

Brian Davies, Mayor
City of Placerville —

Patrick B Goff, Mayor
City of Horseshoe Bend — (208) 793-2219

Boise County Beer, Wine and/or Liquor Licenses

County Beer/Wine/Liquor License applications are available and issued through the County Clerk’s office. The Board of Commissioners must approve all applications prior to the license being issued.

Licenses are issued for retail of the following:

  • Bottled or canned beer NOT to be consumed on premises ($25.00).
  • Bottled or canned beer TO BE consumed on premises ($50.00).
  • Draught beer and/or canned and /or bottled Beer ($50.00).

Fees:

Retail Wine: $100.00

Wine (by the drink): $100.00

County Liquor (by the drink): 25% of license fee collected by the State

Please contact:

Boise County Clerk’s Office
420 Main Street
P.O. Box 1300
Idaho City, Idaho 83631
Phone: (208) 392-4431 ext. 120

BOISE COUNTY IS DOING PASSPORTS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY:
Monday from 11am to 4pm
Wednesday from 11am to 4pm
Friday from 11am to 1pm

Application for Passports can be done at the Boise County Recorder’s Office in the Miner’s Exchange Building. Due to Covid-19, a national alert of passport operations was established on July 2, 2021. Passport delays are to be expected and application processes can take up to 18 weeks (currently, but this may change at any given moment) from the day an application is submitted to an acceptance facility. Regarding the expedite service (for an additional $60)can takeup to 12 weeks from the day an application is submitted to the day a new passport is received. The 12-week timeframe includes up to 6 weeks for processing and up to 6 weeks for mailing times on the front and back end.

For additional information you can visit:  Travel.State.Gov website:
https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports.html

For current passport fees please visit:
https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/passports/forms-fees/Passport%20Fees%20Chart_TSG_JAN2021.pdf

To Obtain a Passport You Will Need:

DS-11 Passport Application Fill able Form

  • One (1) passport photo. They must have been taken in the last six (6) months and have a light colored background. Glasses are no longer acceptable in a passport photo.
  • A check made out to DEPARTMENT OF STATE in the amount of $110.00 for anyone 16 years of age and older, $80.00 for anyone under 16. If the check is for more than one person, write the name and date of birth for each person on the check.
  • A $35.00 fee per passport is required by the County. This payment can either be cash, check or credit card. Individual checks for each application is not required.
  • STATE CERTIFIED COPY OF YOUR BIRTH CERTIFICATE. This must have a raised, State Seal on it. Hospital certificates are not acceptable. If you are a Naturalized Citizen you must present us with your Original Naturalization Papers.
  • We have to identify ALL APPLICANTS. You must present your current drivers license or some other form of photo identification. The applicant must apply in person.
  • For an additional $60.00 per application, you can expedite the application.
  • Applicants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by at least one parent.
  • Public Law 106-113 requires both parents or legal guardians signatures, under oath, on passport applications for children under 14, or documentation of the absence of the second parent.

How to Apply for Applicants under the age of 16:
All children under age 16 must apply for a passport in person with two parents or guardians using Form DS-11. You cannot renew your child’s passport. Passports for children under age 16 are only valid for 5 years.

Link that list acceptable documents: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/need-passport/under-16.html

Video: https://youtu.be/l3x67Fmnk98

DS-3053: Statement of Consent – Issuing a Passport to a Minor Under Age 16

DS-5525: Statement of Exigent/Special Family Circumstances – Issuing a Passport to a Minor Under Age 16

Life-or-death emergency appointments and urgent travel (non-emergency)

Informative Information about DS-82:Renew my Passport

You can renew U.S. Passports by mail:https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/have-passport/renew.html

Video: How to Renew Your Passport: https://youtu.be/0akd7xj6wec

All original documents that are sent with your application are returned to you. These documents and your Passport will arrive separately.

Applications should be filled out by the applicant unless it is a small child.

Recording Fees as of July 1st, 2017 per Idaho code 31-3205:

The documents listed below are included in the above referenced fee changes. The individual fees for recording each of the following types of instruments, provided such document is thirty pages or less, are listed accordingly.

Miscellaneous documents, Mining Claim documents or other documents not listed are $10.00 for the first page, $3.00 for each additional page, of one document.

Deeds, grants and conveyances of real property: $15.00

Trust deeds or mortgages of real property, including fixture filings, security agreements and assignments of leases and rents if contained within the same instrument for recording: $45.00

Reconveyances and releases of Mortgages: $15.00

Power of Attorney: $25.00

Delinquent Assessments-Irrigation Districts: $25.00

Copies of Recorded documents (per page): $1.00

Certificate Under Seal: $1.00

Recording Town Plat or Map – first 100 lots: $11.00

Each additional Lot: $0.50

Filing a Survey: $5.00 per page

(1 – Mylar, 1 – Blue Line and 1 – 8.5 X 11 paper copy required)

Copies of Surveys or Right-of-Way Plats: $4.00

Comparing and certifying a prepared copy of a file
or record in this office (for each page): $0.50

Each Certificate Under Seal Additional Fee: $1.00

Marriage Licenses: $30.00

Faxes (first page): $5.00 (each additional page): $1.00

CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY FORM

JUNIOR COLLEGE INSTRUCTIONS

A Certificate of Residency must be filled out for each yearly term (i.e. Fall 2018 through Spring 2019).

THE COUNTY CLERKS OFFICE HAS TO RECEIVE IN THE OFFICE A COMPLETED CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY AND ANY ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTATION (i.e. copy of Drivers License) BEFORE:

FALL SEMESTER – SEPTEMBER 15
SPRING SEMESTER – FEBRUARY 15

STUDENT STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON THE SECOND PAGE OF THE CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY FORM.

THE CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCY FORM IS ALSO ON THE IAC WEBSITE AT: http://idcounties.org/DocumentCenter/View/1345

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Gina Turner

Treasurer/Ex Officio Tax Collector

E-mail: [email protected]oise.id.us 

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Michelle Tincher, Chief Deputy

E-mail: [email protected]

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Ashley Hileman, Deputy Clerk

E-mail: [email protected] 

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PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST 

Levy Rates / Voter Approved fund tracker

*INFORMATION AND DATES TO REMEMBER*

The next tax deed sale will be  September 2022

2017
Delinquent taxes

Pursuant to Idaho Code 63-1005 we will start the tax deed process in August 2020 with a letter advising owners that they have until January 31st 2021 to pay the 2017 taxes.

If the 2017 taxes are not paid by January 31, 2021 we will add the cost of title search for the litigation guarantee and any additional fees associated with the tax deed process.

If parcels still have not been paid by July 20, 2021 Commissioners will issue tax deed.

Owners will then have 14 months to pay all delinquent taxes plus the estimated current year’s taxes to redeem the property.

Unpaid parcels will be sold at public auction around September 24, 2022

Auctions are held on the courthouse steps 419 Main Street Idaho City, you must be present to bid and have cash or certified funds.

2019 TAX YEAR LEVY CHART

June 20, 2020

Last day to pay 2019 second one half tax payments without a late charge and interest. If your second one half payment does not meet the June 20th deadline, a 2% late charge will be added on June 21, and 1% interest will be calculated from January 1st of that year

DECEMBER 20, 2020

Last day to pay 2020 full tax payments or first one half tax payments without late charges and interest on first half. The Tax bill is for the full year in which it has occurred. Payments for personal property, Mobile homes must be paid on time or the total amount is due including all late charges and interest. Please see Personal Property below for the complete Idaho Code.

PERSONAL PROPERTY or MANUFACTURED HOUSING

See IDAHO CODE 63-904 (2)

All taxes shown on personal property and manufactured housing are due and payable on demand. If no demand is made, the taxes may be paid in two equal halves. The first half is due and payable on or before December 20, and the second half is due and payable on or before June 20 of the following year. If the first half is not paid on or before December 20, that half becomes delinquent and the entire tax becomes due and payable. A 2% late charge must be added to the delinquent half. Interest is calculated at the rate of 1% per month beginning January 1 of the following year on the delinquent half and late charge. If the first half was paid in part, late charge and interest are calculated on the unpaid portion of the first half. If the second half is not paid on or before June 20, that half becomes delinquent and a 2% late charge must be added. Interest on the delinquent tax and late charge is calculated at the rate of 1% per month beginning January 1 of that year. If the second half has been paid in part, late charge and interest are calculated on the remaining tax.

The county tax collector may issue a demand for payment on any personal or manufactured housing tax which becomes due and payable on the demand date. If the tax is not paid, it becomes delinquent the day following the demand date.

REAL PROPERTY

All taxes extended on the property roll are payable on or before December 20. The taxes may be paid in two equal halves. If the first half is not paid on or before December 20, that half becomes delinquent and a 2% late charge must be added. Interest on the delinquent tax and late charge is calculated at the rate of 1% per month beginning January 1 of the following year. If the first half tax has been paid in part, late charge and interest are calculated on the remaining first half tax. If the second half is not paid on or before June 20, that half becomes delinquent and a 2% late charge must be added. Interest on the delinquent tax and late charge is calculated at the rate of 1% per month beginning January 1 of that year. If the second half tax has been paid in part, late charge and interest are calculated on the remaining tax

OCCUPANCY TAX

Occupancy tax is due and payable according to the same schedule as manufactured housing, or real property, whichever is applicable.

See IDAHO CODE 63-317, 63-602Z, and 63-903.

When any part of the tax becomes delinquent, the tax may be collected in the same manner as tax is collected for manufactured homes or real property, whichever is applicable.

Total tax due shown on this statement may not be deductible for Internal Revenue Service (IRS) purposes. Please check with an accountant.

PROPERTY OWNER/ TAX PAYER RESPONSIBILITIES AND REMINDERS

It is particularly important that you be aware of your Property Tax due dates. Tax bills are mailed on each parcel; however, failure to receive a Tax bill does not excuse the taxpayer from paying the Taxes, late charge and interest accrued, if any.

When mailing your Tax payment, be sure the envelope is U.S. Post Marked on or before the due date. If you will be traveling or away from your home at the time Taxes are due, contact our Office for an “estimated Tax amount” so that you can prepay or make other arrangements to pay by the due date.

Proof of payment of property Taxes is the responsibility of the Tax payer [I.C.63-1306]. Be sure to keep accurate records, receipts and cancelled checks documenting your payment. Be sure to notify the Assessor’s Office at: (208-392-4415) whenever you’re mailing address changes.

Monthly Tax Anticipation payments are accepted. If any questions please do not hesitate to call the office.


TRANSIENT PERSONAL PROPERTY

Taxes on transient personal property are due in full on demand. If no demand is made, the taxes are due and payable on or before December 20. If the tax is not paid on or before December 20 or the demand date, the full tax becomes delinquent and a 2% late charge must be added. Interest on the delinquent tax and late charge is calculated at the rate of 1% per month beginning January 1 of the following year. If the tax has been paid in part, late charge and interest are calculated on the remaining tax.

When any part of a tax becomes delinquent, a warrant of distraint is issued to the county sheriff for its collection.

See IDAHO CODE 63-201(24), 63-313, and 63-904(5).

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Division of Land Records/GIS

Welcome

Welcome to the Ada County Assessor's Division of Land Records/GIS site. This site was created in order to assist the public with locating information about property within Ada County. The Ada County Assessor's Office is dedicated to GIS Services in order to better serve the public.

What Online Services Do We Provide?

Currently we provide property information, access to Records of Survey, Subdivision Plats, and Interactive Maps.

Our image document server provides access to Records of Survey, Subdivision Plats, and Section Maps. It requires a client application called Maxview to be installed on your windows based computer. Please read our documentation for further assistance using this service.

Our online maps allow you to interact with our GIS data. Currently our maps include parcel boundaries, streets, hydrography, section boundaries, city limits, parks, and schools.

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Chris Juszczak

Boise County Assessor

E-mail: [email protected]

WELCOME from your Assessor

VEHICLE REGISTRATION/RENEWAL OF VEHICLE REGISTRATION/DRIVERS LICENSE RENEWAL
To help stop the potential spread of the corona virus we are asking that you please do your vehicle registration, renew your vehicle registration and renew your drivers license on line at the following link;
https://www.accessidaho.org/secure/itd/vehicle/renewal.html.
Thank you for your patience and understanding at this time.
Assessor Juszczak

Welcome to our website in Boise County. This site has been prepared to help you better understand the functions of the Assessor’s office. The information contained herein will assist you, as a property owner and taxpayer, in understanding assessment procedures, tax collection, and distribution of the tax dollar. We also take care of your DMV needs.

The Assessor does not establish the dollar amount of taxes required nor does the Assessor bill or collect taxes. The taxpayer, state limitations, taxing Districts budgets, and assessed value determine the tax rate levy for each County. The County Treasurer bills and collects the required tax.

It is my responsibility as your Assessor, together with my staff, to insure that all property owners are treated fairly and impartially in accordance with our state laws. It is our sincere desire to serve and support you in an effective, responsible, and courteous manner. We welcome your questions about the process

We welcome your inquiries concerning the process of assessing your property, or how the Idaho Code guides our decisions. As your Assessor, I am committed to serve and assist you personally in any matter dealing with this office. In addition, I would be available to speak or answer questions for interested groups. Please contact the Assessor’s office for more information.

MISSION

To provide estimates of market value on all real and personal property in Boise County for ad valorem tax purposes. To use approved mass appraisal techniques in assuring similar properties are valued uniformly and equitably. We will strive to provide an optimal level of service, information, and policy guidance to the public and to other governmental agencies.

PHILOSOPHY

We believe that uniformity and equity in property values are based on sound mass appraisal practice. We work as a team to provide a high-quality product and superior taxpayer service. We believe in honesty, openness and courtesy with taxpayers and among ourselves. We encourage problem solving and innovation. We believe employee training and education, along with new technology, are the keys to keeping ahead of an ever increasing work-load in a cost-effective manner.

Homeowners Exemption Application:

If your home in Boise County is your primary residence, then you would most likely qualify for the Exemption. In order to receive the Exemption, the Form must be completed and returned to the Boise County Assessor’s Office no later than April 15 in the year you qualify. The records in the Assessor’s Office must reflect that you are the Current Owner of the Dwelling. Idaho Code 63-602G will give you the technical guidance on qualifying for this exemption; and you can always call our office.

New Structure Occupancy Form:

Idaho Code Title 63 -317.2 details the occupancy tax:

The tax is levied on all newly constructed and occupied residential, commercial and industrial structures. For the purposes of the code, the term ‘occupied’ means: use of the property by any person as a residence including occupancy of improvements or use in storage of vehicles, boats or household goods. This would be interpreted to mean that when you start to store items in the building besides building inventory items, the occupancy tax can be applied. It does not limit the timeline to start at the first time you sleep in your new home. In order to receive a Homeowners Exemption on your occupancy tax, a Homeowners Exemption Form must be completed and returned to the Boise County Assessors Office with this Occupancy Report.

Owner’s designation of Forestland Option:

Applications must be filed with the County Assessor before December 31 to be effective for the following Year. You will also need to have a Forest Management Plan in place prior to receiving the Exemption. For more information on the procedures for this program please call our office. For a list of qualified foresters to help with a Forest management Plan see here..

Agriculture Exemption Applications:

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Over 5 Acres
Cover letter
Under 5 acres

There are two different Application Forms. One is for parcels under 5 Acres and the other is for 5 or more Acres. Forms must be filled out and turned in before April 15th to be effective for that year. These need to be approved by the Board of County Commissioners on an annual basis. For further information on this exemption please call our office. If you would like to read the Statute on this exemption: IC 63-604

Property Tax Reduction Program Application: (Circuit Breaker)

Circuit Breaker Applications are mailed out in January of every year. They are due in the Assessor’s Office no later than April 15th. Boise County Assessor’s Office also holds Workshops in Horseshoe Bend, Idaho City and Crouch to answer questions and help you in the application process. The dates, times and locations of these workshops are attached to your Application and posted in the Idaho World. If you have any questions regarding this please call the office at (208) 392-4415.

NEW Program! Disabled Veterans Property Tax Benefit

  • This program reduces property taxes for qualified 100% service connected disabled veterans.
  • No income required!
  • This is separate from Property Tax Reduction Program (Circuit Breaker). You can apply for both.
  • Owned and lived in a home in Idaho that was your primary residence before April 15, 2019.
  • Current letter from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs confirming your 100% service-connected disability rating as of January 1, 2019
  • You must file the application with your assessor’s office between January 1 and April 15, 2019.
    Contact you Assessors office for more details or go online to https://tax.idaho.gov/i-1128.cfm for more information.
    Current Program! Property Tax Reduction Program (Circuit Breaker)

Qualifications: You must meet all three

Application due April 15th

  1. Owned and lived in your home as your primary residence before April 15, 2019.
  2. Had an income of $30,450 or less after medical expenses (need documentation)
  3. Meet one of the following status requirements:

○ 65 or older ○ Widow(er) ○ Blind, Fatherless or Motherless child ○ Former POW ○ Veteran with 10% or more service-connected disability ○ Receiving a pension from Veterans Affairs for non-service connected disability ○ Disabled as recognized by Social Security Admin. ○ Railroad Retirement, or Federal Civil Service.

Contact Boise County Assessor’s Office 208-392-4415 ask for Ashley Elliott.

Please tell your friends, family, and neighbors.

[email protected]

Assessment Notices:

Assessment Notices are mailed out no later than the first Monday of June.

If you have not received your Assessment Notice in a timely manner, please call our office to verify that the correct mailing address is on file.

Change of Address Form:

To change your mailing address please send a signed request to:

Boise County Assessor
PO Box 1300
Idaho City, Id. 83631

LINKS:

Census information: http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/16/16015.html

State Tax commission: http://tax.idaho.gov

State of Idaho Webpage: http://www.accessidaho.org/index.html

Idaho State Statue search: http://www3.state.id.us/idstat/TOC/idstTOC.html

Inside Idaho Geo data for our state: http://www.insideidaho.org

Googlemaps: http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&ie=UTF8&z=4

Idaho Dept of Lands: http://gis1.idl.idaho.gov/

Forest Service GPS page: http://www.fs.fed.us/database/gps

Sours: https://boisecounty.us/services/assessor/

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Boise County, Idaho - Assessor's Office

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Property Taxes By State > Idaho > Boise County Property Tax > Boise County Tax Assessor

The Boise County Assessor is responsible for appraising real estate and assessing a property tax on properties located in Boise County, Idaho. You can contact the Boise County Assessor for:

  • Appealing your property tax appraisal
  • Checking the Boise County property tax due date
  • Your property tax bill
  • Paying your property tax
  • Reporting upgrades or improvements
  • Information on your property's tax assessment

420 Main StreetThe Boise County Assessor's Office is located in Idaho City, Idaho. Idaho City is the county seat of Boise County, where most local government offices are located. The assessor's office is located in the same building as the Boise County Courthouse, at 420 Main Street.

Boise County Assessor Address

Boise County Assessor
420 Main Street
Idaho City, ID 83631

Boise County Assessor Phone Number

(208) 392-4415

There are three major roles involved in administering property taxes - Tax Assessor, Property Appraiser, and Tax Collector. Note that in some counties, one or more of these roles may be held by the same individual or office. For example, the Boise County Tax Assessor may also serve as the Boise County Tax Appraiser.

  1. The Boise County Tax Assessor is responsible for setting property tax rates and collecting owed property tax on real estate located in Boise County.

  2. The Boise County Property Appraiser is responsible for determining the taxable value of each piece of real estate, which the Tax Assessor will use to determine the owed property tax.

  3. The Boise County Tax Collector is responsible for collecting property tax from property owners. They issue yearly tax bills to all property owners in Boise County, and work with the sheriff's office to foreclose on properties with delinquent taxes.

When contacting Boise County about your property taxes, make sure that you are contacting the correct office. You can call the Boise County Tax Assessor's Office for assistance at 208-392-4415. Remember to have your property's Tax ID Number or Parcel Number available when you call!

If you have documents to send, you can fax them to the Boise County assessor's office at 208-392-4957. Please call the assessor's office in Idaho City before you send documents or if you need to schedule a meeting. If you have general questions, you can call the Boise County Courthouse at 208-392-4431.


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