Greene County


Rick KessingerRick Kessinger Assessor
Assessor Greene County Assessor Office
940 N Boonville Ave Room 35
Springfield, MO 65802
Greene County Assessor Office
940 N Boonville Ave Room 37
Springfield, MO 65802-3802
(417) 868-4101 (417) 868-4844 Fax (Personal Property):(417) 829-6193 Rick Kessinger

Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (except holidays)


Personal Property and Business Assessment list deadline May 1

Personal Property Business Assessment

Greene County Assessor Rick Kessinger reminds county residents that May 1 is the deadline for returning 2019 Personal Property and Business Assessment lists to his office to avoid late filing penalties, which range from $15 to $105, depending on assessed value. Online filing is available through the links above.

Any individual or business owning taxable tangible personal property as of January 1, 2019, including property purchased on that date, is required to declare all taxable personal and business property to the assessor (RSMo. 137.115). The property to declare includes, but is not limited to, motor vehicles, boats, trailers, livestock, farm machinery and business-related furniture and equipment. The assessment lists are the basis for 2019 personal and business property tax bills that the county collector mails to owners in November.

Any individual or business that has not received an assessment list should call the Greene County Assessor’s Office at (417) 868-4101, or visit the Historic Greene County Courthouse, 940 Boonville, Room 37. The forms are available on line at:

Please remember the Public Access site is available to answer most of your questions regarding property address, location, ownership, taxing district, school district, section, township and range, along with maps. Our Public Access website is updated nightly so ownership should be current, depending on when the property was purchased. Maps in Public Access come with a list of layers that can be selected for information such as Lot numbers in Subdivisions, School and Fire districts and City limits. There are also many tools available, such as measuring tools, buffers and lots of other features that are free to use as well.

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