FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jan. 13, 2020
Personal property and business assessment list reminder
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.
The deadline for returning 2020 Personal Property and Business Assessment lists to the Assessor’s Office is March 1. To avoid late filing penalties, which can range from $15 to $105, information must be returned by March 1. If residents prefer, they can also 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, 2020, 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. The assessment lists are the basis for 2020 personal and business property tax bills the Greene County Collector mails to residents in November.
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=.... 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 Boonville.
Greene County is the State of Missouri’s fourth most populous county, serving more than 275,000 people (2010 census). Its mission is to provide all citizens of Greene County, including those in its cities, a safe and thriving community through excellent customer service, unparalleled dedication, and the efficient use of taxpayer dollars. The Greene County Commission is the executive body of Greene County operating under guidelines established in the Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri. Within that authority the Commission enacts ordinances, resolutions and policies, supervises the activities of county departments, fixes salaries, adopts the annual budget, provides for construction and other services, and conducts hearings on planning and zoning matters.
For additional information, contact Donna Barton, Public Information Officer, at 417-844-4311 or email@example.com.