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JaNell Enlow - Creek County Assessor            Marie Stephens- 1st Deputy 

The County Assessor has the duty and responsibility to determine the true worth of real and personal property for the purpose of taxation. They must also maintain and revise yearly permanent records by political subdivision such as townships and school districts. Information contained in the records are the legal description, the fair cash or market value of both land and buildings, the assessed value of both land and buildings, homestead status, personal property, and the owner’s name and address.

 The County Assessor assesses all property for ad valorem taxation and submits the value of each property to the County Equalization Board and later to the State Board of Equalization for approval. After receiving the certified millage rates from the County Excise Board, the County Assessor prepares the tax roll, which shows the taxes due on each county property and forwards the roll to the County Treasurer for tax collection.

 The County Assessor also performs the following duties:

  • Preparing and maintaining permanent records of all real and personal property including cadastral maps
  • Implementing the four-year visual inspection program for all property
  • Auditing any property for which the estimated fair cash value differs from the value submitted by the taxpayer
  • Receiving and reviewing all applications for exemptions
  • Serving as a member of the Board of Tax Roll Collections




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