Rooks County Appraiser’s Office
Department Head: Heather Poore, Appraiser, RMA, AAS, RES
Office Professionals: Ronda Morgan, Deputy Appraiser; Rachelle Pfeifer; Sierra Strutt
Office Location: 2nd Floor Courthouse
Stockton, KS 67669
Mailing Address: 115 N. Walnut
Stockton, KS 67669
Phone Number: (785) 425-6262
Fax Number: (785) 425-7001
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours: 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 A.M. to 12 P.M. on Friday.
Open during the lunch hour
Appraisal Information: – Real Estate values (change of value notices) mailed on March 1st.
– Taxpayers have 30 days to appeal the value.
– Personal Property self-assessment is due on or before March 15.
– Oil assessment by the Operator is due on or before April 15.
– Personal Property and Oil value notices are mailed on or before May 1.
– Taxpayers have 15 days to appeal the value.
– Tax-appeal-process click here.
ROOKS COUNTY APPRAISER’S OFFICE OPERATIONAL RESPONSE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Rooks County Appraiser’s office will be visiting properties soon for a reinspection that is required by the State of Kansas. These inspections are to begin May 2, 2022 for Iowa, Lowell, Hobart, Greenfield and Medicine townships. Representatives from the office are there to reconfirm information about the dwelling and any additional structures on the property. Yellow mailers will be sent out to all homeowners in these townships. These mailers can be returned when team members come to your home, or by mail or email. Please keep in mind that the team is not appraising your property, just verifying the data on file and recording any changes. This is the time to tell the team member about the bedroom count, any plumbing or electrical issues or anything that has changed within the last six years. Should you have any questions, please call (785) 425-6262 or email email@example.com.
APPRAISED VALUES (MARCH 22, 2022 UPDATE)
Please click this link to access the letter from County Appraiser Heather Poore on Value and percent difference by location including sales. Value and percent difference by location including sales
Other Information: – 1/6 of the county data is collected every year usually starting in May.
– Final review of the real estate is usually from November to February.
The final drive-by is for every parcel in the county.
– The Appraiser’s Office figures vehicle taxes and the real estate,
personal property, and oil values.
– The office completes an annual census for the county.
– We have applications for the Neighborhood Revitalization Program
- Online appraisal information, including mapping (Kansas, including counties)
- Kansas.gov: The official website of the State of Kansas