The SaddleBrooke Public Affairs Commission will present a seminar entitled, “Why Are My County Property Taxes Higher Than My Neighbors’?” on Tuesday, March 28, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in the Vermillion Room of the SaddleBrooke One clubhouse.
Ever wonder why your property taxes are what they are? Ever wonder why they may be higher or lower than your neighbors’, even though your property may be larger or smaller?
Come get answers from Pinal County Assessor Douglas Wolf who will be explaining property assessments. Bring your questions, because there will be time after his 30-minute presentation to ask and get answers to all of your concerns.
Douglas has had a varied career as a self-employed business owner for 35 years in real estate and computer software consulting. Douglas was first elected as the Pinal County Assessor in 2012. He was re-elected in 2016 and 2020 and was elected president of the Arizona Association of Assessors in 2019.
Douglas’ philosophy is, “The assessor takes two oaths of office. One oath is identical to all other elected officials. The second (ARS 11-542) pertains to fair and equal valuations. I take my oaths very seriously and strive daily to meet their requirements. Everyone who contacts my office is treated exactly the same—I am not obligated to any special interests.”
Be sure to bring your recently received Notice of Valuation and last year’s tax bill!