Greene County

Missouri

Assessor

The Greene County Assessor’s Office thanks you for your patience and understanding as we continue to work through software issues that have impacted the production of tax statements. All available staff and temporary employees are working long hours to facilitate your 2020 tax statements. This work is ongoing and will be completed as soon as possible. As a result of the delay for 2020, the 2021 Assessment Lists will be mailed later than usual. If needed, the time for citizens to file these lists will also be adjusted.

Dear Greene County taxpayer,

Amid the ongoing concerns related to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the County Assessor reminds citizens that assessment-related inquiries can be made by email, fax or phone. Our staff will closely monitor these communications and assist you in a timely fashion. Most transactions with the Assessor’s Office can be completed through one of these three forms of communication. To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, we encourage conducting non-contact transactions when possible. If an in person contact is necessary, you may visit Room 37 (Personal Property) or Room 35 (Real Estate) in the Historic Courthouse.

For your convenience, you can contact us:


Rick KessingerRick Kessinger Assessor rkessinger@greenecountymo.gov
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)

If you need a blank form, they are available at:

https://greenecountymo.gov/assessor/forms.php

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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