Union County Appraisal District (Iowa)

Search for Union County, IA appraisal district information. An appraisal district search can provide information on property appraisals, tax appraisals, appraisal process, appealing tax appraisals, appraisal violations, tax payment plans, inspection reports, historic appraisal values, appraisal rules, and tax appraisal reports.


Union County Assessors inspect taxable properties in order to determine their value and collect property taxes in Union County, Iowa. They use several methods to assess a property's value, including on-site inspections and comparable property reports. These property assessment records are available through the Assessor Office, which is responsible for appraisals in Union County, Iowa. Appraisal districts may be determined by city, Union County, or other local boundaries, and property owners can look up their appraisal district through Union County Assessor Offices.

Union County Assessor's Office Creston IA 300 North Pine Street 50801 641-782-1735


Union County Town and City Halls provide municipal services for their jurisdiction, including maintaining tax appraisal records and providing appraisal services in Union County, Iowa. In some communities, the Town or City Hall manages the property appraisal process, including issuing parcel numbers, inspecting properties, and levying Union County property taxes. They may provide information on appealing an Union County property tax appraisal, reporting violations in the appraisal process, and determining the appropriate appraisal district. This appraisal district information can be valuable for Union County property owners and prospective buyers, and it may be available on the Town or City Hall website.

Afton City Hall Afton IA 115 East Kansas Street 50830 641-347-5224

Lorimor City Hall Lorimor IA 503 Main Street 50149 641-763-2297


Union County Auditors provide oversight for government agencies, including oversight of the property appraisal process in Union County, Iowa. Auditors evaluate the performance of government agencies and their compliance with Iowa laws, rules, and regulations, as well as investigating corruption and fraudulent activities. Auditor Offices may be able to provide information on Union County tax appeals or reporting violations in Union County tax appraisal reports. They may also provide information on appraisal districts or appealing appraisal districting. This information may be available on the Auditor Office website.

Union County Auditor Creston IA 300 North Pine Street 50801 641-782-1701


Union County Recorders of Deeds maintain property and real estate records in order to ensure the accuracy of property tax records in Union County, Iowa. These documents include property appraisal records, such as inspection reports and appraisal reports, and the Recorder of Deeds may also provide information on Union County property sales and transfers, property tax assessments over time, and a property's appraisal district. The Recorder of Deeds may provide online access to their appraisal records and other services on their website.

Union County Recorder of Deeds Creston IA 300 North Pine Street 50801 641-782-1725