Appraise, classify and assess all taxable property in Cannon County
Update property ownership and tax maps per recorded deeds
Jan. 1 – Assessment date to have ownership, assessments and tax maps completed for the year.
Feb. 1 – Deadline for mailing Tangible Personal Property Schedules to businesses for reporting of commercial and industrial equipment.
March 1 – Deadline for all businesses to file their Tangible Personal Property Schedule with the Property Assessor’s Office.
March 1 – Deadline to apply for greenbelt (property with 15 acres or more used for agricultural or forestry purposes).
May – Assessment change notices are mailed to property owners who have had a change in their appraisal and assessment from the previous year.
June 1 – The County Board of Equalization begins hearing appeals.
October – The current year’s tax bills are mailed by the Trustee’s Office.
As of 2018, Cannon County had in excess of 7,955 parcels.
Greenbelt property is subject to roll-back tax once the land ceases to qualify for greenbelt status. The roll-back is the amount of taxes saved in the last three years by the property being on
It is the responsibility of the Property Assessor to discover, list, classify and value all property within the jurisdiction of Cannon County for tax purposes. Taxable property is divided into two classes, real property
Every county in Tennessee is either on a four, five or
The Property Assessor is responsible to the taxpayers of Cannon County to ensure that all property is valued in accordance with state laws. It is the County Commission’s responsibility to set the tax rate and the collecting officials to mail the bills and collect the taxes.