CBJ Assessor will soon start property canvassing process

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The City and Borough of Juneau Assessor’s Office will soon start canvassing properties in the borough.

    The Assessor conducts inspections of various taxable properties within the borough between April and October every year.

    With about 12,000 taxable parcels throughout Juneau, the Assessor’s Office divides the borough into neighborhoods, which are inspected every five years.

    From now until October, the Assessor’s Office will be inspecting properties in the Back Loop North area, Thane and additional neighborhoods as the Assessor determines. Thunder Mountain and Churchill mobile home parks will also be canvassed in this time period.  

    The canvass process involves an exterior inspection of a property, including taking photos from various angles, verifying measurements, and examining the property’s condition in order to provide a value for tax purposes. If you have questions regarding the identity of Assessor’s Office staff, please request to see their Assessor’s Office identification.

    State law requires that all taxable properties within a municipality are systematically reviewed and updated by the assessor. In 1993, the Juneau Assembly passed a resolution establishing a five-year cycle of reevaluation.

    For more information, contact the Assessor at 586-5215, ext. 4906.

     

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