If you already submitted a dispute we ask for your patience as we continue to work through these. Someone will reach out to you over the coming weeks if they have not already. There is a new status field on the SAD map pop-up that will either state “pending” or “complete” if you have filed a dispute or talked to someone at one of the Preliminary Days of Review. It also indicates the date it was updated.
During the second board meeting of 2022, the FLTF board of directors approved the assessment methodology, operational computation of costs, the 2021 Yeo and Yeo audit report, and the overall project costs and timeline.
Contact your township assessor requesting a parcel combination. Include the parcel IDs in your request. IF APPROVED, the township assessor’s response should include approval of the combination and also the date in which the parcel combination will take effect.
Visit your township website to get the name and contact information of your assessor.
When your township assessor approves the request, the assessor will send the approval to the appropriate departments as well as to FLTF.
FLTF must have the letter by June 15, 2022, so be sure to contact your township assessor well in advance to assure you meet the deadline.
For questions, please contact your local Township Assessor.
Please mark your calendar for important dates related to the Four Lakes Special Assessment.
April 19, 2022, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. | Preliminary Day of Review | Jerome Township Hall
April 20, 2022, 4:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. | Preliminary Day of Review | Secord Township Hall
FLTF encourages you to attend and review your property with the FLTF team working on the SAD. The assessment methodology will be applied using the property tax records as provided to FLTF from each county and will be formally adopted at the Four Lakes Special Assessment Hearing.
June 15, 2022 | Deadline to Combine Parcels
Mail or email a letter to FLTF from your township assessor that indicates a parcel combination is in progress and will be in effect in 2023.
June 2022 (Date TBD) | Special Assessment Hearing
Property owners can appeal their portion of the Operations Assessment for 2022-2024. After this meeting, the counties will review the rolls and assessment for approval.