Property Appeal Information
How to Appeal your Assessment
To Understand the Appeal process, please read the Residential Property Assessment Appeals Guide (PDF). Additional information can be found in the Rules and Regulations for Filing an Assessment Appeal (PDF). Please email Electronic Appraisals for Appeals to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please fill out and save the following forms below as they apply:
- Residential or Land Appeal Form (PDF)
- Agricultural Appeal form (PDF)
- Commercial Industrial Form (PDF)
- Exemption Appeal Form (PDF)
Where to file your Assessment Appeal Form
Assessment Appeal Forms shall be filed with the:
Cumberland County Board of
1 Courthouse Square, Room 107
Carlisle, PA 17013
If filed by mail, the form must be received in the Assessment Office by the deadline for appeal.
Appeal Forms may also be filed with the Board in person at the Assessment Office, Room 104, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The Assessment Office is located in the Old Courthouse on the square in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
Where to Find Assessment & Sales Data to Assist in Filing an Appeal
The Cumberland County Property Mapper is an internet-based property mapping application created by the Cumberland County GIS Department. Through this application, users can now view our spatial data over the web and be able to zoom, identify features, and locate an address within the county.
Of particular significance, users can identify a property’s assessed value, a property’s features and compare the sales prices of properties in the neighborhood and throughout the county. This is the information that can be of importance in filing an assessment appeal.
While the data available online--for free--is sufficient to file an appeal and contains much more information than previously available, it does not include a complete representation of property records in the County's database. Complete records may be found at no cost by visiting the County's Assessment Office or may be accessed online for a nominal fee by subscribing to Courthouse Online.
For additional assistance please call 240-6350.
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