Grant County Oklahoma Assessor

2018 County Assesment Dates2013 Grant County Assessment Dates in Towns away from Courthouse

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Assessor's Office Jan. 2 thru March 15

Jan. 23 Nash, City Office
Jan. 24 Manchester, State Line Grain Co.-A.M. only
Jan. 25 Wakita, Farmers Exchange Bank
Jan. 29 Deer Creek, City Office - A.M. only
Jan. 29 Renfrow, W.B Johnston - p.m. only
Jan. 30 Pond Creek, First State Bank
Jan. 31 Lamont, City Building

Hours in towns away from the courthouse are from 9:00 - 3:00 pm on the above designated dates.

If unable to assess on these dates please call our office 580-395-2844

ASSESSOR - Robin Herod

 

 

 

 

Anita Hull - First Deputy
Marilyn Wirtz - Second Deputy
Lori Cripe - Field Appraiser

112 E Guthrie Room 101
Medford, Oklahoma 73759
Phone: 580-395-2844
Fax: 580-395-2603
Email: gtcoassessor@gmail.com

Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

2013-2017 Archive

The assessment period for personal property is from January 1st to March 15th. Assess before March 15th to avoid the 10% penalty. After April 15th there is a 20% penalty.

The 2017-2018 fiscal year levies for each school district are:  

54A   MEDFORD

56.08

54J    JEFFERSON

56.08

54R    RENFROW

56.08

54W   WAKITA

56.08

54M    MANCHESTER

56.08

54B   RURAL

56.08

90A   POND CREEK

66.51

90J   JEFFERSON

66.51

90B   RURAL

66.51

95A   LAMONT

62.76

95D   DEER CREEK

62.76

95B   RURAL

62.76

93A   TIMBERLAKE

73.94

93B   RURAL

73.94

JI-2   BILLINGS

60.16

JI-18  KREMLIN

77.49

County Assessor

The County Assessor assesses all property for ad valorem taxation and submits the value of each property to the County Equalization Board and later to the State Board of Equalization for approval. After receiving the certified millage rates from the County Excise Board, the County Assessor prepares the tax roll, which shows the taxes due on each county property and forwards the roll to the County Treasurer for tax collection.

The County Assessor also performs the following duties:
• Preparing and maintaining permanent records of all real and personal property including cadastral maps
• Implementing the four-year visual inspection program for all property
• Auditing any property for which the estimated fair cash value differs from the value submitted by the taxpayer
• Receiving and reviewing all applications for exemptions
• Serving as a member of the Board of Tax Roll Corrections