The Mills County Assessor's Office is responsible for classifying and valuing all property within the jurisdiction of Mills County for tax purposes. The Assessor's office also processes applications for certain tax-saving exemptions, including homestead and military exemptions. Real property is revalued every two years. The effective date of the assessment is January 1st of the current year. The assessor determines a full or partial value of new construction or improvements depending upon the state of completion as of January 1st.
The Assessor's office is dedicated to providing courteous, professional, and accurate service to the residents of this county with respect to the analysis of property data and value set.
The following appraisers will be performing the door-to-door inspections in Mills County:
The 2021 Regular Session of the Board of Review has ended. Any questions can be directed to the Assessor's Office.
If you desire further information, questions concerning property values or other information relating thereto should be addressed to the assessor's office in the respective jurisdiction and not the Board of Supervisors or Treasurer. The assessors of Iowa hope that the information contained herein will be of value to the property owner and has clarified some of these questions and issues relating to assessment and the applicable laws.