Monday - Friday 8:00 - 5:00
Courthouse doors are locked at 4:30.
320 West Court Street,
Paragould, AR 72450
The Assessor's duty is to appraise and assess all real and personal property in the county between January 1st and May 31st each year. This includes:
- Personal & Business Property
- Residential Real Estate
- Commercial Real Estate
State Statute 26-1-101 requires these to be assessed on Personal Property
- Boat, Motor, Trailer
- Utility Trailer
- Machinery & Equipment
- Business Inventory
- Business Furniture & Equipment
- Golf Carts
- Tractors & other farm equipment
- And other things such as these
Homestead Credit Application
In accordance with Amendment 79 of the Arkansas Constitution, homeowners may be eligible for up to a $375 real estate tax credit on their homestead properties. Additional benefits may apply to those who are 100% disabled or age 65 or older (the assessment on your house and associated land may not increase unless you make substantial improvements). A homestead is a residential property of which you are the owner of record and which is used as your principle place of residence.
Jane Wheeler Moudy
Greene County Assessor
Chief Deputy Clerk
To apply for a marriage license, both parties must come to the County Clerk's office and present a valid ID and Social Security Number.
Will the Assessor always gives the taxpayer a notice and an opportunity to appeal when such assessor reassesses the property, or for any reason, increases the value of a taxpayer's property?
Yes ACA 26-26-910, ACA 26-26-1307, ACA 26-26-1308, ACA 26-23-203
Does the property owner need to register proof of eligibility for the "homestead" tax credit with county assessor?
Yes, on or before October 15th of the year after the assessment. ACA 26-26-1118.
How often is a county-wide reappraisal of real property done?
Every three or five years depending upon whether the county is a fast growth county or a slow growth county, ACA 26-26-1903.
What does the term "disabled" mean in the context of Amd. 79?
It means a person who is : (1) disabled for purposes of Subchapter XIX of the Social Security Act in effect on January 1, 2003 for any period during the calendar year; (2) a veteran who is permanently and totally disabled as defined in 38 C.F.R. Party IV, as in effect on January 1, 2003; or, (3) has received permanent and total disability insurance benefits for any period of time during the calendar year, ACA 26-26-1120.
The last day for listing all real and non-household tangible personal property for assessment without penalty is May 31 of each year, ACA 26-26-201.