Assessor

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Lisa Roberson                                                                                         
County Assessor                                                                                     
Took Office in 2013                                                     


The County Assessor:
    • Has the responsibility to appraise and assess the real and personal property within the county for the purpose of ad-valorem taxation.
    • Is required to compute the ad-valorem taxes due on all the taxable property.
    • By law, the county assessor appraises all the taxable real property according to its fair cash value for which the property is actually being used as of January 1 of the taxable year.
    • In 1987, Jackson County was one of the first counties to implement computerization of assessment and tax rolls.
    • The Assessor’s office currently has cadastrial mapping, as well as, CAMA (computer assisted mass appraisal) systems to better serve the needs of Jackson County citizens.
    • Undergoes compliance checks by the Oklahoma Tax Commission
Some content may be extracted from OSU Cooperative Extension Fact Sheet AGEC-802 and/or the County Training Program website.  More complete information is available from these sources.