fax

507-637-4009

Address

Redwood County Government Center
403 South Mill Street, P.O. Box 130
Redwood Falls, MN 56283

The Redwood County Assessor’s office performs duties as required by Minnesota State Statute to ensure that a uniform and equalized assessment of all property in the county is attained.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Determine the use of each property and assign a classification based on that use.
  • Determine the Estimated Market Value of each property.
  • Determine the homestead status of the property based on receipt of appropriate application.
  • Physical inspection of all property at least once every 5 years (Minnesota Statutes, section 273.01). Additional inspections may be necessary for new construction or other property changes.   Exempt properties will be valued every 6 years.
  • Notify each property owner annually of the Estimated Market Value and Classification as of January 2 of the assessment year, which is the value your property taxes will be based on the following year.

Appraisal Staff

All appraisers employed by Redwood County are licensed professionals.  The State Board of Assessor’s governs and administers the licensure of appraisers and sets training, continuing education and experience requirements.    Appraisal staff employed by Redwood County will carry identification.

Assessing Department

The Assessor’s office handles all homestead applications and addresses property valuation and classification concerns.  To qualify for a homestead, a property must be both owned and occupied by the owner or occupied by a qualified relative of the owner as of January 2 or as of December 1 of the assessment year.  Application must be made by December 15 of the assessment year to qualify for homestead.

Forms & Links

Staff:

Local Board of Appeal & Equalization

2021 Meeting Dates

Local Board of Appeal and Equalization meetings are held annually by townships and cities between April 6 - 21, 2021. The purpose of the meetings are to address the concerns of property owners who have chosen to appeal their current assessment year’s valuation and/or classification.  These meetings are conducted fairly and objectively according to the laws of the state and are vital in the appeals process and contribute to the attainment and preservation of assessment equalization. Valuation Notices were mailed out March 26, 2021 to property owners. The County's valuation and classification of a property can be appealed if the property owner does not agree with the assessment.

Meetings will be held both in-person and virtually via Zoom Meetings. It is strongly encouraged to contact the Assessor's office prior to the meeting to discuss any questions/concerns you may have regarding your valuation or classification. Additionally, if you are interested in attending the meeting virtually, please contact us to collect the meeting details.

We are available Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at (507) 637-4008.

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