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This video from the Sedgwick County Appraiser’s Office explains
the role of the appraiser in the property tax process.
The Sedgwick County Appraiser’s Office only mailed valuation notices to
owners of properties that experienced a change in value or classification from
2016 to 2017. Property owners who did not receive a notice in the mail may
the notice and appraisal information for their properties online.
Property owners also may print their notice from the website, which will include
appeal information. This alternative method of notification in no way
changes a property owner's right to appeal their valuation or classification.
Approximately 111,820 real property value notices were mailed for 2017, which
is about 51 percent of the 220,703 properties in Sedgwick County.
Read more about 2017 real property valuations.
Read a letter from Sedgwick
County Appraiser Michael Borchard.
View the Tax Calendar for value notices, and filing, tax and appeal
online property appraisal search tool to find appraisal amounts for real and
personal properties in Sedgwick County.
of Sedgwick County is to provide quality public services to our
community so everyone can pursue freedom and prosperity in a safe,
secure, and healthy environment.
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