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DOR mailing appraisal notices, meeting in Three Forks scheduled for July 26

The Montana Department of Revenue is mailing property classification and appraisal notices to all owners of residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural land properties.

These notices are not tax bills. Instead, they include the Montana DOR's determination of market or productivity value and the taxable value for your property that will be used to determine the property taxes owed for 2023 and 2024.

If property owners disagree with the department's determination of value for their property, they may submit a request for review within 30 days of the date on their notice. Owners can electronically submit the form, download it, and find more information on the informal review process at MTRevenue.gov.

The Montana DOR will host public meetings in July to help taxpayers understand the property valuation process and how the department determined the new values on their classification and appraisal notices.

The public meeting in Three Forks is scheduled for Wednesday, July 26 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at City Hall at 206 S. Main Street.

Additional Meetings:

• July 10 – Manhattan Town Hall (207 S. Sixth St.) – 4-8 PM

• July 12 – Gallatin County Courthouse (311 W. Main St., Bozeman) – 12-4 PM

• July 13 – Ophir School Gym (45465 Gallatin Rd., Big Sky) – 5-8 PM

• July 18 – Belgrade City Council Chambers (91 E. Central Ave.) – 5-9 PM

• July 19 – Town of West Yellowstone Town Hall (440 Yellowstone Ave.) – 1-5 PM

• July 20 – City of Bozeman Public Safety Center Community Room (901 N. Rouse Ave.) – 5-9 PM

 
 
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