Assessment Appeals Board Forms
Appeal forms for Regular Assessments are available from July 2 through November 30 and can only be filed during that time period. If November 30 falls on a weekend, applications will be accepted the following Monday.
Please be aware that the Post Office no longer routinely date stamps mail; you may want to request this service. If an application arrives at the Clerk of the Board's office without clear proof of mailing date, it will be not be accepted.
Assessment Appeal Form Information
Appeal forms for Regular Assessments can be obtained online between July 2 and November 30 each year and must be submitted with an original signature to the Board of Supervisors office. A $30 processing fee (PDF) per application is required. (Pursuant to Government Code Section 68632, you may qualify for a fee waiver. Please contact the Clerk of the Board for further information.)
Appeal forms for Supplemental or Escape Assessments are available any time throughout the year and must be filed no later than 60 days after the date on which the assessee was notified. Appeal forms for Calamity assessments are available any time throughout the year and must be filed within six months of the mailing of the Assessor's notice of reassessment. Click here for Supplemental/Escape Appeal Form .
These forms are also available from the Clerk of the Board's office located at:
950 Maidu Avenue, Suite 200, Nevada City, CA 95959
Phone: 530-265-1480 or 888-785-1480
Authorization of Agent (Representative)
AAB Appeal Withdrawal
Please note: the Assessor's office may accept request for informal reviews; contact the Assessor for timelines and more information.
Assessed Residential Properties
A guide for California property owners on how to appeal the assessed value of residential properties is available through the Board of Equalization website. You must have Adobe Reader to access. A copy of this pamphlet may also be obtained from the Clerk of the Board's office.
Documents are provided here as a public service for information only. The County of Nevada is not liable for any omissions or inaccuracies in the online versions of these reports and is not liable for any reliance on these documents by the reader. It is recommended that you consult the official documents on file at the Office of the Clerk of the Board. The Board encourages all parties to provide maps and photos as part of their presentation.