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Weber County Board of Equalization 2019 On-line Appeal Application


It is the property owner’s responsibility to ensure that the application is received before the deadline.
Weber County is not responsible for applications that are not received by the deadline, regardless of how the application was filed.

Please read all of the instructions and gather all the needed documents before beginning the application process.
1. Be prepared to supply all of the information required in the application. See 2019 Appeal Application
2. You will need to be able to upload one (1) PDF file that contains an electronic copy of all of the supporting documents that support your appeal application. You will not be able to go back and upload additional information, so please be sure you have included everything in the file before uploading it. Uploading File Information
3. If you are representing the owner of the property, you will need to complete the Authorization to Represent Property Owner, scan it as part of the PDF file you are submitting with your appeal. Please make sure that it is signed by the owner (See #2 above).
4. For additional information, see: Keys to a Successful Valuation Appeal
Board of Equalization and Appeal Information
  • The Weber County Board of Equalization is established to consider matters related to the market value of your property.
  • The Board of Equalization has discretion to raise as well as lower the market value, based on the facts presented.
  • The appeal must address the current market value, property characteristics, and/or property type as set by the Weber County Assessor. Only the current year market value property characteristics, and/or property type, as established January 1, 2019, can be appealed.
  • The appeal must be filled out completely, and all supporting evidence must be submitted with the appeal application by midnight Mountain time on Sept. 16,2019
  • If you are basing your appeal on the poor condition of your home, please attach contractor estimates for repair. If you are basing your appeal on the characteristics of your property that adversely affect the market value, please attach a detailed description and supporting documentation.
  • In most cases, a separate application must be filed for each property. If you are appealing a number of consecutive lots with the same characteristics, and using the same evidence, you may be able to consolidate the appeal application and include all of the parcel numbers on one appeal. Please contact our office for more information.
  • The “Tax Notice” will be mailed by the Weber County Treasurer in October or November. If you have not received a recommendation of value from the Board of Equalization by the November 30th due date, please pay the tax as originally billed to avoid additional penalties and interest. If your appeal results in a lower value after that time, you will receive a refund for any overpayment.
  • An appellant or representative found to be misrepresenting or falsifying information is subject to criminal prosecution as set forth by the law.
  • If this appeal involves qualified real property, the inflation adjusted value may alter the burden of proof. For more information on qualified real property, please see: Qualified Real Property
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For Questions Please Call: 801-399-8112