If you disagree with an assessment made by the assessor, you have the right to appeal the assessment to the Board of Equalization by filing a Application for Changed Assessment. A separate Application for Changed Assessment must be filed for each parcel.
Once the application has been filed and accepted by the Clerk of the Board, a hearing date will be set, at which time the applicant will be notified by mail at least 45 days in advance of the date of the hearing. The appeals board has two years from the date an application is filed to hear and render a decision.
Additional information maybe obtained from the following websites
The Taxpayers Rights Advocate Office (click here); and/or