How will I know when data collectors will be in my neighborhood?
Before entering a neighborhood, the County is mailing this brochure to property owners in the area where data collectors will be working. You may also see notices in the local newspaper. Data collectors will measure buildings and talk with property owners. All Tyler staff will wear photo ID badges and vests identifying them as part of the project.You may also see photographers with cameras, as well as data collectors measuring structures. Local police and officials will also receive advance schedules listing the areas where Tyler staff will be working.

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1. How will I know when data collectors will be in my neighborhood?
2. Do I have to let the data collector inside?
3. What if I’m not home?
4. Will I receive details about my property?
5. What about photography?
6. Will you visit commercial and industrial properties?
7. What’s the next step?
8. When will property owners be notified of new values?
9. How will Reassessment affect my taxes?
10. What if I am not satisfied with the new value?