Auditor's Office 215 South Oak Street, Room # 106, Colville, WA 99114
Do you want to file a petition to the BOE?There are several times throughout the year when you can file a petition, please look below to see what filing period(s) are open right now, and then read on to find out more about the Board of Equalization as well as find a link to the appropriate petition form.
*If you are unsure if you qualify to file a petition during an open filing period, please contact the Board Clerk.*
A filing period is currently open for any taxpayer who received a change notice from the County Assessor. Petitions to the Board of Equalization must be received or postmarked 60 days from the date the change notice was mailed. (The deadline for change notices dated October 29th 2014 is December 29th 2014).
Once that filing period has closed, another filing period will open for any taxpayer whos value did not change from the previous year and who did not receive a change notice. This is a 60 day filing period as well, beginning December 30th 2014 and ending February 27th 2015.
|The Board of
Equalization is an independent body of private citizens appointed by the
Stevens County Commissioners. It is comprised of three members and up
to four alternate members. We currently have an open position; if you
are interested please complete an application:
BOE Application Form
in pdf Format
|The Board of
Equalization hears and decides appeals concerning determinations made by the
assessor including: changes to real and personal property valuations,
current use determinations, designated forest land determinations and senior
citizen/disabled person exemption determinations.
|The Board's goal
is to provide an impartial hearing environment that protects each party's
due process rights and results in a fair decision.
Equalization forms may be obtained from the Clerk of the Board, located at
the above address and phone number, the Assessor's office or on this website.
|Appeals must be filed with the Board of Equalization by the filing date deadline of July 1, of the assessment year, or within 60 days of the mailing date on the Assessor's Notice of Change of Value.|
Please Note: Faxed or emailed Petitions are acceptable ONLY for the purpose of protecting a filing deadline. You must still submit the original signed Petition to our office.
|Taxpayer Petitions Forms||Scheduled Hearing Dates|
|Real Property Valuation Determination - in pdf Format|
|Personal Property Valuation Determination - in pdf Format|
|Current Use/Designated Forest Land Determination - in pdf Format|
|Senior Citizen/Disabled Person Exemption or Deferral Determination - in pdf Format|
|Appealing Your Property Value to the County Board of Equalization|
|Process of coming before the Stevens County Board of Equalization|
|Checklist for Appealing Your Property Value|
|Guidelines for Hearing Evidence|
|Board of Equalization Manual with RCW's & WAC's|
|Washington State Board of Tax Appeals Form|
|Department of Revenue|
|Washington State Board of Tax Appeals|
|You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to access and use these forms. If you do not have this program, please use the link listed on this page as it is a free download. Some of these forms are 'print only' , they cannot be saved electronically. A message will appear near the top of the form when this is the case.|
|Get Acrobat here|
|Questions? Please contact, Amanda Ross, BOE Clerk, email: email@example.com or Karen Phipps, BOE Clerk, email: firstname.lastname@example.org|