43,000 St. Charles County residents will receive Personal Property Notices of Assessment Change soon


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Photo Taken on November 6, 2019

A red maple tree in peak folate stands along a city street leading to the city hall.
Named for Colonel John O’Fallon, a capitalist of St. Louis, and a director in the North Missouri Railroad. The village was surveyed in 1857. A post office was established in 1867 and is still operation.

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. – 43,000 people in St. Charles County will be receiving Personal Property Notices of Assessment Change in the coming days.

The St. Charles County Assessor plans to mail these out by June 14 to taxpayers who “reported additional personal property or made corrections to their 2021 personal property assessments.”

This is a part of County Assessor Scott Shipman’s effort “to further involve residents and make the assessment process less burdensome.”

For more information, visit the assessor’s website at sccmo.org/Assessor or call 636-949-7420.

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