OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The Assessor's Office performs accurate and equitable assessment functions to serve the public.
OUR VISION STATEMENT
The most technologically advanced, user-friendly Assessor's Office in the country.
Michele W. Shafe, Clark County Assessor was re-elected on November 4, 2014. Prior to being elected in 2010, she was the Assistant Director of Assessment Services in the Clark County Assessor's Office for over 13 years. Before joining the Assessor's Office in 1996, Shafe was a Senior Financial Analyst for the Clark County Finance Department, and was with the Finance Department for over nine years.
Assistant Directors are Briana Johnson and Doug Scott.
Taxpayers Bill of Rights
Property Record Search
Mailing Address Change Form
Personal Property Declarations
Online Filing of Personal Property
Personal Property postcards have been mailed to businesses of record as of July 1. If you did not receive a postcard by July 15, please call our Appraisal Division at (702) 455-4997.
Tax Cap (Abatement) Notice
The Assessor's Office mailed postcards to all residential properties in Clark County as of May 3, 2018. If the postcard was completed, signed and returned by the property owner, properties qualifying as the owner's primary residence will receive a 3% tax cap effective July 1, 2018. All other properties will receive a 4.2% cap.
Please verify your tax cap percentage on the first line of the property characteristics on the Treasurer's webpage. Your tax cap percentage will also be printed on the July statement or bill that you receive from the Treasurer's Office. If your tax cap rate is stated incorrectly, please call the Assessor's Office at (702) 455-3882.
Exemption holders can now use exemption with DMV Online!
We are happy to announce that exemption holders in Clark County may now claim their annual property tax exemption online during a vehicle registration renewal. Use our link below for more information on our property tax exemption programs for Surviving Spouses, Veterans, Disabled Veterans and Blind Persons:
How to allocate your assessed exemption