The Assessment Office identifies and assesses all properties in Lebanon County using fair and equitable standards. Property files reflect the most current owners of record, their mailing addresses and updated information on their property record cards. Records from the Recorder of Deeds, Register of Wills, Prothonotary and local Planning Offices are used to establish ownership and the boundaries of the land contained on the County GIS Tax Maps while Field Assessors visit properties to review and update information on the improvements to the properties.
The Assessment Office maintains the Tax Rolls. The Office processes and mails Assessment Change Notices to the property owners and Taxing Authorities, ensuring that assessment totals are correct and synchronized with the Taxing Authorities.
The Assessment Office is responsible for preparing and distributing the County, Municipal, and School Tax Rolls on a semi-annual basis, as well as the interim Tax Rolls.
The Assessment Office schedules appeal hearings before the Board of Assessment for both the monthly and year-end appeals.
The Assessment Office maintains, updates, and provides the Homestead Roll for each Lebanon County School district.
The Assessment Office verifies the Universal Parcel Identifier for recording documents in the Recorder of Deeds.
Information on properties and assessed amounts are available to the public according to the Assessment Laws.