6/18 TAX NOTICE UPDATE:
We’ve been made aware of a technical glitch that sent delinquent tax notices to all property owners in Iron County. If you know that your property taxes are current, please disregard the email received. If you’d like to check your property tax status, you can do so online at eagleweb.ironcounty.net/treasurer/treasurerweb/. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Hours & Contact
What We Do
The Assessor’s office is responsible for classifying all property in the county; in cooperation with the Iron County Recorder’s office, associate ownership with the property; establishing a taxable value for all property subject to property taxation; and compiling this information into reports that are utilized by the Auditor’s office to calculate tax rates and the Iron County Treasurer’s office for collections.
Real Property – Residential, commercial buildings, agricultural and vacant land.
Personal Property – Equipment, including leased and rented, that is used to operate a business. This includes furniture, shelves, light fixtures, supplies, etc. More info
Online Forms & Questionnaires
- Standard Residential Questionnaire
- Commercial/Industrial Building Sales/Rental Questionnaire
- Storage Unit Questionnaire
- Application for Residential Property Exemption
About Motor Vehicles
In addition to classifying all property in the county, the Iron County Assessor is your local motor vehicles office. The primary duty of motor vehicles is to issue title and registration for Utah vehicles, including passenger vehicles, trucks, trailers, motorcycles, motor homes, off-highway vehicles, boats, and snowmobiles. We have two motor vehicle office locations, one in Parowan and another in Cedar City. For more information about motor vehicles, see dmv.utah.gov.