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2016 stats released for Recorder's and Assessor's Offices

Assessor's Office staff completed 16,000 appraisals, on top of handling emergency damage assessments following multiple significant summer storms. Meanwhile, the Recorder's Office recorded more than 5,600 births, deaths and marriages in the County during the first 11 months of 2016.

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Assessor's Office to visit storm damaged areas around Biwabik

Beginning next week, appraisers will visit neighborhoods in Biwabik and White Township that were hit hard in Monday night's storm. Property owners can call the Assessor's Office or fill out an online form to report storm damage.

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County assists with storm clean up/recovery

Public Works crews have nearly finished clearing and re-opening all county roads. Meanwhile, the Assessor's Office will send staff next week to assess damage to homes and structures, which may result in tax credits and abatements for property owners affected by Tuesday's storm.

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County wins national honor for use of GIS technology

St. Louis County has been recognized with the prestigious Special Achievement in GIS Technology Award at the annual Esri International User Conference. The award honors the county's integration of GIS technology for land records, and its creation of a web-based land-use portal.  Read More...

Progress evident as storm clean up continues

The Assessor's Office and Public Works have been busy in the last week, working with residents, documenting and helping clean up damage from the high winds that toppled trees across the county. Read More...

County Board votes to eliminate assessor fees for local governments

For the cities and townships that currently use the St. Louis County Assessor's Office for assessment services, the move will save an estimated $2 million per year. Read More...

Marriage license applications for same sex couples accepted beginning July 26

Marriage license applications can be downloaded now, and can be filed beginning July 26. Other helpful information from the Recorder's Office is available here. Read More...

St. Louis County and Hibbing negotiate partnership for assessments

St. Louis County will soon be responsible for assessments in the City of Hibbing. Read More...

Residential assessments to begin in Duluth

Home owners in east Duluth, and apartment owners throughout the city, should expect a visit in the coming weeks and months from the County Assessor's staff. Read More...

County Recorder to launch e-Recording option

Conducting a real estate transaction in St. Louis County? Through e-Recording, the process is about to become much more efficient. Read More...
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