The responsibility of the Tax Equalization Director also called the Assessment Officer, is to appraise all taxable property at a fair and equitable value. They also conduct educational campaigns to fully acquaint constituents with provisions of the property tax laws and responsibilities.
Exact duties can be found in North Dakota Century Code Title 11.
?Tax Applications & Information
February 2019 meeting, the Steele County Commissioners voted to formally adopt the Steele County Building Permit Ordinance and Regulations. A copy of this document can be found on the link below, with any of the Township Clerks/Treas., or at the Steele County Tax Director’s Office.