The Natrona County Assessor's Office is required by law to annually list, value and assess all taxable property in the county. This task is accomplished by the Natrona County Assessor's field appraisers.
Field Appraisers have the task of listing and valuing all real property in Natrona County for the purpose of determining market value pursuant to Wyoming Statute 39-1-102b Section 3(d.).
Field Appraisers follow-up on any building permit filed in Natrona County. They visit the property to acquire accurate information regarding the structure(s) being built.
They also confirm demolition permits. If you demolish a structure on your property, please advise the Assessor's Office so we can update the listing.
Contact our office if you have any questions at (307) 235-9444.
- When Are Property Appraisals Required
- Procedure for Appraisal
- Request for Review
- What If My Property Has Changed
When Property Appraisals are Required
- At the taxpayers request
- During the annual review and inspection (approximately every 6 years)
- To verify property information when a sale occurs
- When a building or demolition permit is issued
Procedure for Property Appraisals
The Appraiser(s) will take new photographs, take exterior measurements of all structures and contact the Owner/Renter to update our information.
If there is no one at the property, the Appraiser(s) will leave their contact information hanging on your door. To ensure we have the current information on your property, please call the Assessor’s Office at (307) 235-9444 or send an email to the field appraisers.
- Each appraiser will have a Natrona County Employee Badge.
- Our county vehicles are identified with the county seal on the front doors.
Request a Review
Corrections or changes may affect the final market value. If there are changes, a request for review form will be completed and a physical inspection will be completed by the Assessor’s Field Appraisers. The property owner may disclose any problems the property might have that the owner thinks may have not been considered by the Assessor’s Office in valuing the property. Following this disclosure, a physical inspection of the property will be done by the Assessor’s Office.
Have you added an addition to your home?
Have you remodeled?
Have you demolished a building?
If a building permit was issued to complete the job that changed your property characteristics there is no need to contact us. The Field Assessors work with all Natrona County permitting departments and follow up on the work that has been completed on properties.
If you completed the work yourself without a permit, you will need to contact the Assessor’s Office so that we can update the property’s file with current information.
Currently the Assessor’s Office does not value fencing or landscaping.
Please call the Assessor’s Office at (307) 235-9444 with any questions.