To view all Polk County Assessor real estate and sales information, please visit the Polk County Assessor's Site.
The Polk County Assessor’s office is entrusted with the responsibility of estimating the market value and determining the classification of each piece of property (parcel) in Polk County for property tax purposes.
Valuation must meet the standards established by Minnesota Statues and the Minnesota Department of Revenue.
Other responsibilities include:
- Applies appropriate classification rates
- Appraises all property at actual market value
- Compiles taxable values for each taxing authority
- Conducts public meetings to discuss those values
- Determines the current classification/use of the property
- Informs property owners of their estimated value
- Interactive Mapping Site
- Polk County Real Estate Search
- Property Tax Statements are now available through the Polk County Real Estate Search. For instructions on finding and viewing tax statements please view the Property Tax Statements Search page.
PO Box 375
Osceola, NE 68651
Phone – (402) 747-4491
Fax – (402) 747-2656
E-Mail – [email protected]
The Polk County Assessor’s Office is located on the second floor of the Courthouse in Osceola, NE. The office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Functions of the Assessor’s Office
Our office is responsible for assessing all real property at its fair market value as well as being uniform and equitable among all properties and classes. This assessment then becomes the basis for the county board to levy taxes. Our entire staff is committed to achieving the most accurate values possible using the existing sales occurring in Polk County. We maintain an extensive sales data file that is used in this valuation. All sales are reviewed before they can be considered in any analysis.
Duties of the Assessor’s Office
- Calculate the market value of all real taxable property.
- Maintenance of all personal property accounts for individuals and companies.
- Administration of the Homestead Exemption program through the Department of Revenue.
- Review and initiate exemption applications for all religious, charitable, educational, cemetery, agricultural and horticultural societies on real and personal property.
Welcome to the Polk County Assessors Office Web Site
The Polk County Board of Tax Assessors meeting are held on Wedensdays at 9:30AM at the Administration Building, 144 West Ave, Cedartown, GA 30125
Please inspect your Assessment Notice and follow the guidelines on the notice if you wish to file an appeal. Be aware that you have 45 days to file an appeal and please assert a value with your appeal.
Polk County Board of Tax Assessors
Our office is open to the public from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
The goal of the Polk County Assessors Office is to provide the people of Polk County with a web site that is easy to use. You can search our site for a wealth of information on any property in Polk County.
The information contained herein reflects the values established in the "most current published" tax digest. *Please note that the Assessors Office establishes values only. The Polk County Tax Commissioner should be contacted with tax bill related questions.
Created from parts of Floyd and Paulding counties, Polk County was named for President James K. Polk.
Cedartown carries the same name as a Creek Indian town previously found in the area. The name comes from the many Red Cedar trees around the county.
Rockmart is at the end of a state-owned abandoned railroad line to Atlanta. Polk County has over a 15 mile paved section of the Silver Comet Trail. The first section of the trail starts in Paulding County and heads west to Polk County. The second part of the trail runs from Coot's Lake Road to historical Downtown Rockmart. The important part of the trail, located in Cedartown, is not paved and still has railroad tracks on the trail. This part of the Silver Comet Trail connects Georgia to the Chief Ladiga Trail in Alabama.
Cedartown's Big Spring is the largest natural limestone spring in the South.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the downtown district of Cedartown, an example of 1890s architecture. Also included is the Hawkes Children's Library, built in 1921. It is now a museum.
Incorporated: December 20, 1851
Total Area: 311.2 Square miles
**NOTICE** Lot dimensions may be factored for valuation/calculation purposes. Check plats and recorded legals for exact measurements! **NOTICE**
The Website has been updated to the 2021 Assessment data as of January 2, 2021. Data is subject to change due to appeals and corrections.
Sales data has been updated to the most currently county worked sales as of August 11,2020.
Questions may be directed to the Polk County Taxpayer Service Center, Assessor Division at 218-281-4186.
Recorded Owner Updated January 2, 2021.
Property Tax Statements* are now available through the Polk County Real Estate Search.
*Property Tax Statements are the original tax statements produced to the taxpayers of record as of January 2nd of each tax year and do not reflect any abatements or changes made after the original statements were calculated. Statements are available for property taxes payable in the past five years.
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Welcome to the Assessor's Office
As of February 22, 2021 the Courthouse is OPEN. No appointment is needed. However we still welcome communication via email and phone. Please clickhere for our Contact page and list of phone numbers and emails.
Have a question? Send us a message. We would love to help you. Messages sent outside of office hours will be responded to next business day.
Welcome to the Polk County Assessor’s website. We are committed to providing convenient access to information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The goal of the Assessor’s Office is to ensure fairness and equity of property assessments, equitable interpretation of and compliance with statutory laws regarding property assessment, and that all recorded legal documents are processed in a timely manner and reflect accurate records of ownership.
The Assessor's Office is comprised of three areas: records, valuation and cartography. Together they are responsible for assessing all properties in Polk County which includes residential and rural properties, commercial, industrial, manufactured structures, and business personal property. We maintain records on approximately 36,436 property tax accounts.
Our office also manages special programs such as veterans' exemptions, senior deferrals, special assessments, and enterprise zone exemptions. Maps and information on property locations, descriptions and ownership are also maintained.
Oregon’s property tax system has changed during the past 15 years. This has become more complex since the passage of Measure 5 and 50, which now extend, impose, and set a tax base on each property.
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