A five-year trend on assessments and taxes for property owners is available at the following: https://brownin.wthgis.com.
I contacted the vendor WTHGIS to see if I can get a copy of the file to support the analysis of trends. I’ve had two offers from major organizations to provide analytical support on a pro-bono basis (for free) to help identify our challenges and opportunities.
In the interim in order to learn more about assessments, I pulled data from the State on the trends from 2012 to 2019 on “Adjusted Net Assessed Valuation.” Assessed values can correlate to revenue collected from property taxes. (I’m researching the issue with the intent to develop an article for the Brown County Democrat).
Assessed values increased from a range of 7% to 16% “EXCEPT” for the Town of Nashville where assessed values decreased by 1%.
More Information on context:
April 9, 2019. BCD, Property tax bills are in the mail by Sara Clifford. A property’s assessed value is one of the figures used to calculate a tax bill. … Overall, the net assessed value of property across all of Brown County — the taxable value after exemptions are subtracted — has grown by $35.5 million since tax year 2017.