Assessor's Office

Assessor's Statement

It is my responsibility as your assessor, together with my staff, to ensure that all property owners are treated fairly and impartially in accordance with our state laws. It is our sincere desire to serve and support you in an effective, responsible, and courteous manner. Our office welcomes your inquiries and concerns on how your property is assessed. Also, I will be available to speak to and/or answer any questions for interested groups.

The assessor does not establish the dollar amount of taxes nor does the assessor bill or collect taxes. The county treasurer bills and collects the required tax. The taxpayers, state limitations, and assessed values determine the tax rate for each district.

Mission Statement

We the employees of the Campbell County Assessor’s Office have a primary mission to maintain the property assessment system in a way that is equitable, fair, and uniform to all citizens of Campbell County and at the same time meet all constitutional and statutory requirements. We will strive to provide an optimal level of service, information and policy guidance to the public and to other governmental agencies.


Qualified veterans (or surviving spouses) shall file for property tax exemption, if using it for real estate tax due by the 4th Monday of May (May 27, 2019).

**Field Review

Our field appraiser's will be in the field starting April 29, 2019.  We will be in several locations around the county. Please call our office at 307-682-7266 with any questions or concerns.