The Summit County Assessor's Office has been working hard to create an interactive web platform that increases accessibility to valuation information by sharing public details about Summit County properties.
- Provide county taxpayers with a resource to examine the equity of the 2023 tax assessment
- Allow users to visualize various aspects of the county assessment such as market values, taxable values, the area factor rate, quality, year built and square footage
- Break down the price per square foot and also show the percentage change from last year's property valuation
Tips for using the maps:
- Use a desktop computer. If you must use your smartphone, we suggest rotating your phone horizontally.
- Be patient. Wait for the map to load after making any selections.
Questions about your property's assessment can be directed to the appraiser for your area.
Kirsten Richins 435-336-3237 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kenny Jacobson 435-336 3138 email@example.com
Courtney Simmons 435-336-3135 firstname.lastname@example.org
Skyler Jenkins 435-336-3137 email@example.com
To report app performance issues or for questions about the map platform use please contact:
Matt Boyer 435-336-3225/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn About the County Assessor's Role in Utah
Learn How Property Tax is Calculated
- What is market value?
- Why do we have a property tax?
- Why do assessed values change from year-to-year?
- What are my rights and responsibilities?
- How much property do I have to own to qualify to be on Greenbelt?
- What do I have to do to apply to be on Greenbelt?
- What happens if there is a question as to the agricultural use of the property?
- What happens if the property is no longer farmed?
- I am leasing some agricultural property. Can I apply for Greenbelt?
- I am one of multiple owners on a property. Is it okay of I am the only one signing the application?
- How often do I have to submit an application?
- What is my property is being farmed by someone else?
- What is Greenbelt and how can I get more info?
- My Property is rented long term for most of the year but I rent it nightly for sundance and the ski season, can I still receive the primary exemption?
- How is the Primary Exemption figured?
- How do I apply for residency exemptions?
- How do I know if I am receiveing the exemption or not?
- Can I get a refund for past years?