COVID-19 Valuation Impact Portal

If you believe the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on your commercial property value, either because the Governor’s Stay-at-Home Order restricted the use of your property, or because business declined due to market conditions such as consumer fear of contracting the virus, we want to hear from you. Please use this website to provide information that will help us accurately capture the impacts of COVID-19 on your property and do the best job we can to accurately and fairly determine your commercial property value for the purposes of property tax collection.

State law mandates that property values are set based on conditions as of January 1 in any given year for that assessment year. That means that we are collecting information through this website in order to accurately value your property on January 1, 2021 for taxes payable in 2022.

State law does not currently allow us to take into consideration the impacts of COVID-19 on your value for January 1, 2020 for taxes payable in 2021 because COVID-19 did not have an impact on or prior to January 1, 2020.

We have proposed legislation to change this law, and if approved, it will help us to make in-year adjustments to value going forward, but it will not impact our values for January 1, 2020 for taxes payable in 2021.

The following are examples of property types that we would like to gather information on. This is not a complete list.

Office

Hotels and Motels

Restaurants

Retail

Health & Fitness

Assisted Living

Barber/ Beauty Salon

Manufacturing

Golf Course

Theatre