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Property Assessor

Address:
201 Locust Street Suite 5
McMinnville, TN 37110
Phone:
931.473.3450
Fax:
931.474.3455
State Website:
www.assessment.state.tn.us
Hours:
Monday - Thursday 8 AM to 4:30 PM
Friday 8 AM to 5 PM
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Welcome

Good information is one fundamental of good transparent government.  The information in this page has been compiled by the Assessor’s office to give you, the taxpayer, an overview of the Assessor of Property’s Office, how our work affects you, and to detail some of your rights and responsibilities as a property owner in Warren County. The Assessor’s office holds an open-door policy to speak with anyone who has questions concerning property in Warren County.

The Assessor of Property is a Tennessee constitutionally elected official who serves at the pleasure of the Warren County citizens for a four-year term of office. It is the Assessor’s responsibility to discover, list, classify, and value all property within the jurisdiction of Warren County for tax purposes. The Assessor’s office processes every deed transfer that is recorded and makes all map changes to ensure correct property ownership of all recorded deeds in the Warren County Register of Deeds office.
 
Taxable property is divided into two classes, real property and personal property. Real property includes land and all buildings, structures, and improvements to the land. Personal Property is machinery and equipment, fixtures, furniture, and other items that are movable in nature and used by a business.  All businesses in Tennessee are required by State law to file a Personal Property Schedule with the Assessor each March 1.

Click on the link below to go to the State of Tennessee Real Estate Assessment Data page.

State of Tennessee Real Estate Assessment Data 

Important Forms and Documents

Assessor Application for Greenbelt-Agricultural

Assessor Application for Greenbelt-Forestry

Assessor Personal Property Online Filing

Change of Mailing Address Form

Please remember that the Assessor’s office does not raise or lower your tax rate; that is a function of the County Commission.  The Assessor does, however, strive to effectively administer Tennessee tax law and fairly appraise all property subject to taxation as mandated by the General Assembly.