2021-2022 Board of Directors
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The Role of the County Assessor
The county assessor is primarily responsible for determining equitable values on both real and personal property for tax purposes (63-207). However, the office has one other function that is detailed and time-consuming. The assessor acts as the agent of the Department of Idaho Transportation in titling vehicles, and in handling vehicle registrations (49-205 and 67-7008), as well as an agent for the State Department of Parks and Recreation. The law also provides that if the Governor thinks it is necessary to call up a militia, he may order the assessor to carry out a registration of all county residents liable for such service (46-104).