The Assessor's Office maintains current appraisal and assessment records, makes changes in valuations as they occur, stays abreast of property transactions within the county and keeps a file on properties updated throughout the year. Personal property assessments must be made by May 31 of each year. The office is in the Courthouse on the square in Yellville at 300 E. Old Main St.
P.O. Box 532
300 E. Old Main St.
Yellville, AR 72687
County Services Offered
North Central Arkansas Surveying LLC , Keith A. Sullivan Professional Surveyor AR P.S. # 1529 3248 MC 6075 Yellville, AR 72687. email@example.com Phone: (870) 449-2499 Cell (870) 405-4488. Boundary Surveys, Topographic Surveys and Subdivision.
Marion County Building Inspector is William Higgins Phone: 870-715-2544
How do I apply for an E-911 (street) address?
You may contact the Marion County Assessor's Office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Marion County Courthouse, 300 E. Old Main St., P. O. Box 532, Yellville, AR 72687, or call 870-449-4113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I apply for a new road name?
You may contact the Marion County Assessor's Office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Marion County Courthouse, 300 E. Old Main St., P.O. Box 532, Yellville, AR 72687, or call (870) 449-4113 or email email@example.com.
How do I apply for a building permit or get electric to property I am going to build on?
Procedure for Obtaining and Development and Occupancy Permit can be printed from this downloadable application.
Assessing Personal Property
How to assess: In Marion County, We request that you assess for the first time by coming to the office in person, Subsequent assessments may be made:
- In Person: Marion County Courthouse, 300 E. Old Main St. Yellville, AR
- By Telephone: (870) 449-4113
- By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Online: www.countyservice.net
- By mail: PO Box 532, Yellville, AR 72687
When to Assess
In Arkansas, your Personal Property must be assessed each year between January 1st and May 31st. You do not receive a reminder; it is your responsibility to make your assessment each year in a timely manner. Property owned and housed in Marion County prior to May 31st must be assessed by the deadline to avoid a 10% penalty. Vehicles purchased in May have 30 days from the date of sale to assess without penalty. As residents buy, sell and trade vehicles; or move into, out of, or within the county; they need to notify the Assessor's office of these changes as they occur. It is also important to note whether your School District has changes if your address changes.
What to Assess
Arkansas law requires that personal property must be assessed.
This includes: Automobiles, Motorcycles, Recreational Vehicles, Boats, Motors, Trailers, Tractors, Livestock, Farm Equipment, etc.
When adding vehicles, please have make, model and vehicle identification number (VIN)
For real estate records online- www.actdatascout.com
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Tonya Eppes, Marion County Assessor