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Board of Equalization
1075 Mullins Station Road, Suite C-142
Memphis, Tennessee 38134
(901) 222-7300

Members of the Board of Equalization are:

Floyd Rumage, Chairman Edward Simmons, Jr.
Charles Davis Shirley Thornton
Lilly White Howard Golwen
David Newsom John White

Administrative Director:
Tameaka Stanton-Riley
(901) 222-7305


Authority and Function:
State law establishes the Board of Equalization to examine, compare and equalize the county property assessments as certified by the Shelby County Assessor and to provide citizens the opportunity to appeal and to have a hearing regarding the assessed value of their property.

Appeals Process:
Appeals of 2015 property assessments may be filed from May 1, 2015 through June 30, 2015.  Hearings will be scheduled starting in June and based on the volume expected are likely to continue through October. Notice of hearing dates are sent out at least two weeks prior to the scheduled date. Please note that it is generally not practical to reschedule hearings. All documentation to be considered for a hearing must be provided at the hearing. Hearing decisions are made promptly after the hearing and a notice of the decision is mailed which includes explanation of further appeal rights.

If the property owner will be represented by anyone, the appeal must include a written authorization designating the representative and be signed by the owner.

How can I appeal my property value?
You may appeal the Assessor's valuation of your property by timely filing a complete appeal petition with the County Board of Equalization. There is no fee charged for filing an appeal. Forms are available from the Board of Equalization or download by clicking here. You may file your appeal by one of the following methods: 

Online - Appeals may be filed online at boe.shelbycountytn.gov/eFile. Online filings must be submitted by midnight of the deadline. The BOE strongly encourages property owners to use the BOE On-Line System to file their appeal. The process is simpler, faster and will generally provide an earlier hearing date. The system permits the taxpayer to upload supporting documentation directly to the BOE’s system.
NOTE: Online  eFile website is only functional during appeal season.  i.e. May 1st 2015 – June 30th 2015.

In Person - Appeal forms may be delivered in person, between May 1 and the deadline, to the BOE Office. Open 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday.

By Mail - Appeal forms may be mailed to the BOE Office. Envelopes must be postmarked by midnight of the deadline.

2015 BoE Appeals:
2015 BoE Appeals and hearing information can be found by clicking here

Brochure can be downloaded here


Vasco A. Smith, Jr. County Administration Building • (901) 222-2300
160 North Main Street Memphis TN 38103
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