At the summit, Wasatch counties forgo the state tax chart and create their own

Summit and Wasatch counties do not participate in the state tax auditor’s online property values ​​map, which was created in response to tax complaints in the Wasatch Back.

(Summit County Assessor) Park City reviewed Summit County’s new real estate appraisal tool.

Utah State Tax Inspector John Dougall announced the new home values ​​heat map on July 26. He said it’s about making publicly available data easily accessible to the public.

“We decided to provide a heatmap, a visual representation of what was happening in real estate values ​​across the state, on a lot basis,” said Dougall.

Dougall’s office reached out to all tax officials in Utah for tax records.

Nineteen counties agreed and provided the data, while 10 counties opposed, including Summit and Wasatch counties.

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This article is published by the Utah News Collaborative, a partnership of Utah news organizations whose goal is to educate readers across the state.

Justin Scaccy

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