Administrator - Debra Hill  email
 

NOTICE: 2014 COUNTYWIDE REAPPRAISAL VALUE ASSESSMENT NOTICES WERE MAILED MARCH 3, 2014


Revaluation information


INFORMAL REVIEW PROCESS
A CHANGE IN VALUE WILL BE CONSIDERED ONLY IF THE REAL ESTATE OWNER CAN DEMONSTRATE THAT THE APPRAISED VALUE IS MORE OR LESS THAN MARKET VALUE. A request for review may be made in writing by completing an Informal Review Form in its entirety and returning to the Randolph County Tax Department within THIRTY (30) DAYS OF THE DATE OF THE NOTICE. As this notice is the result of a general reappraisal, you may request an actual on-site visitation by stating so on the Informal Review Form. The Informal Review process is the first step in the appeal process in a year which a General Revaluation has taken place. Your right to appeal to the Board of Equalization and Review is protected during the time we are considering your Informal Appeal. If you wish to request an Informal Appeal, please choose from one of the three methods below:

  1. Mail the completed Informal Appeal Form and supporting documentation to:
    Randolph County Tax Department, 725 McDowell road, Asheboro, NC 27205 or
  2. Scan and attach form in an email with the completed Informal Appeal Form and supporting documentation to: reval@co.randolph.nc.us ; or
  3. Fax to (336) 318-6576

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AND REVIEW 

If you disagree with the results of your Informal Appeal, you have a right to file a formal appeal to the Board of Equalization and Review. You may request an appeal any time prior to the adjournment of the Board of Equalization and Review or within 30 days of your last Notice of Real Estate Assessed Value. All requests for appeal must be made in writing and on the proper form. Appeal forms are available at the Randolph County Tax Department. The first meeting of the Board of Equalization and Review must be held no earlier than the first Monday in April and no later than the first Monday in May. Actual times and dates will be advertised in the local newspaper.


2014 Schedule of Values, Standards and Rules

2014 Land Use Values


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Mission

To accurately identify, list, appraise and bill all taxable real and personal property in Randolph County as governed by North Carolina General Statutes. To effectively collect Randolph County property taxes, ambulance charges and other tax assessments and exercise the enforced collection remedies considered necessary and appropriate under North Carolina General Statutes.

Summary

The Randolph County Tax Department maintains a commitment to billing and collecting revenue, as well as determining accurate and uniform values on all taxable property located in Randolph County as governed by the North Carolina Machinery Act. An obligation to collect all outstanding taxes using whatever remedies the general statutes offer is also maintained.


How do I?

Check if my taxes have been paid?

Use our online tax bill lookup - Click to Access

Find Real Property / Parcel Data?

Use the Randolph County Real Property (LR CAMA) Data Search Site - Click to Access

Pay my taxes?

Five convenient ways to pay - Click for details

Purchase GIS Data

All Data Layers displayed on our Geographical Inquiry System can be obtained from the county for a small fee. - Click for details

What products are available to purchase from the Tax Department? 

  • Digital Photography
  • Map of Township or Fire District
  • Property Line Maps
  • Property Record Cards
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