Whenever possible, please continue to submit your forms and documentation by Email to AOCustomerServiceRequests@ClarkCountyNV.gov.  It's a quick and easy way to conduct your business with the Assessor's Office.***

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The Assessor's Office mailed out Tax Cap Abatement Notices to residential property owners in Clark County who have not yet returned a claim form for the 2019-2020 fiscal year but may still be eligible for the 3 percent tax cap rate.  Property owners may submit a claim by signing the bottom portion of the postcard and returning it no later than June 30, 2020

You can also check your tax cap percentage by visiting the Treasurer's webpage.  If your tax cap rate is stated incorrectly, please call the Assessor's Office at (702) 455-3882.

Personal Property Tax Payments

The Assessor's Office has partnered with a third party service provider to provide convenient online and IVR payment services via credit card, debit card or electronic check payments.  In order to use these services there is a convenience fee in addition to the amount(s) owed to the Assessor.  Please note that the service provider, Point and Pay, will appear as the merchant of record next to your payment on your bank or credit card statement.  To pay by phone please call 1-833-230-2596.

The Assessor's Office is mailing renewal cards to current exemption holders by November 8.  If you do not receive your renewal card by November 8, please contact our Customer Service Division at (702) 455-3882. 

Exemption Holders in Clark County may now claim their annual 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:

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. 



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Briana Johnson, Assessor
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