Updated Personal Property Notices to be Mailed by June 1

St. Charles County

The St. Charles County Assessor will mail over 43,000 Personal Property Notices of Assessment Change by June 1. Taxpayers who reported additional personal property or made corrections to their 2017 personal property assessments will receive the notice.

The mailing is part of County Assessor Scott Shipman’s efforts to further involve taxpayers in the assessment process, with the goal of making it less burdensome.

“This notice alerts taxpayers of the change in their personal property assessment and allows time to appeal the value within the statutory appeal timeframe,” says Shipman. “Our intention is to help citizens avoid issues at the end of the year when they receive their tax bills. At that point, it is too late to appeal the assessed value.”

Visit the St. Charles County Assessor’s Office online at http://www.sccmo.org/Assessor for more information and frequently asked questions regarding property taxes and appeal procedures, and to access the Assessor’s database. Citizens can also contact the Assessor’s office for assistance at 636-949-7420 or 1-800-822-4012, ext. 7420.

  • Bonnie L.

    Personal property taxes need to be eliminated 🙁

  • Ralph Barrale Sr.

    I have been trying for a few years to get people to help me, I have talked with our Senator and Representatives to vote on bills to eliminate the real state tax for seniors.