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Understanding your Notice of Proposed Valuation

The Office of Property Assessment (OPA) issues Notices of Proposed Valuation to inform property owners that the assessed value of their property has changed. The notice is not a bill, but it does contain important information that will impact your property taxes. If you do not receive a notice, it means that there has been no change in your property’s value from the previous year.

Use this step-by-step guide to better understand your Notice of Proposed Valuation.