Allen County Property Tax Assessment
Board of Appeals (PTABOA)
A taxpayer has the right to initiate an appeal of the current year's assessed valuation. A taxpayer may appeal an assessment by filing a Form 130 with the assessing official. The taxpayer must file a separate petition for each parcel. The petition may be filed any time after the assessing official’s action, but not later
than the following:
For assessments after December 31, 2018: a) June 15 of the assessment year, if the notice of assessment is mailed by the county before May 1 of the assessment year, or b) June 15 of the year in which the tax bill is mailed by the county treasurer, if the notice of assessment is mailed by the county on or after May 1 of the assessment year, whichever is first.
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, PTABOA hearings are on hold and will be resumed as soon as we are safely able to hold a meeting. We will continue to provide PTABOA updates here.
Further questions about assessment appeals? Read this helpful FAQ .
You may submit your appeal by any of the following ways:
- Hand delivering it to the Allen County Assessor's Office in the Rousseau Centre (City-County Building) Suite 415
- Mailing it to the office (mailing address can be found on the lower left-hand side of this page. Please include Attn: PTABOA Dept.)
Please Note: The petition must be signed by the petitioner or an authorized representative. A representative must attach a notarized power of attorney unless the representative is a duly authorized employee or corporate officer of the company. Certified tax representatives must attach a Tax Representative Disclosure statement. If you have an email address that we can contact you at, please list it on the appeal form.
Please click here for additional appeal information from the Department of Local Government Finance.
IMPORTANT: The filing information included here is limited to the appeals to the Allen County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals (PTABOA) and does not apply to appeals filed with the Indiana Board of Tax Review nor the service requirements applicable to those appeals. Any e-filing must be to the email address listed above. E-filing your PTABOA appeal to any other email address will not be accepted and will not constitute the filing of your PTABOA appeal. If you have any questions, please call the Office of the Allen County Assessor.
For information regarding the Indiana Board of Tax Review appeals process, click here.