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2016 Tentative Assessments Available Here
April 17, 2015

Ava's 2016 Tentative Tax Roll will be available online in early May.  However, the tentative information on each parcel is available for viewing here.   To view detailed assessment information for a specific parcel,  go to Assessment Information on the Town of Ava homepage index. Then select: Table of Contents>Real Property Database>Search the Real Property Database and provide the necessary information to locate the parcel you are seeking.

 

Ava assessments are at full market value (100%). 

 

The printed version of the 2016 Tentative Assessment Roll is also on file at the Ava Town Hall as of about May 1, 2015. At that time, residents with concerns about their assessments may schedule a meeting date and time with the assessor.  A schedule of dates will be announced May 1.

2014 Final Assessment Roll Available Here
July 08, 2014

Ava's 2014 Final Assessment Roll is available here.  A printed copy is also available for viewing at the Ava Town Hall.

 

For comparison purposes, Ava's 2013 Final Tax Roll is also available online.  Click here to view the roll.  To view detailed assessment information for a specific parcel, you may also go to Assessment Information on the homepage index. Then select: Table of Contents>Real Property Database>Search the Real Property Database and provide the necessary information to locate the parcel you are seeking.

 

Ava assessments are at full market value (100%). 

 

The printed version of the 2014 Final Assessment Roll is also on file at the Ava Town Hall.
A Message From the Assessor Regarding Dilapidated Structures
May 03, 2013

A concern was expressed recently by a property owner who feared that improving his property by removing an unused dilapidated building would result in an increase in the property's assessment.  Actually, the opposite is true. 

 

A parcel's total assessed value is arrived at by assigning a value to the land, and also to each and every structure or improvement on the parcel, and then totalling all of them.  While a dilapidated building may not have a lot of value in the assessor's eyes, it is a structure, and some value is assigned to it. By removing the structure, the property owner then gives the assessor the ability to totally remove the structure's listing on the tax roll, thereby removing that value from the total assessment.