The assessed value of Fresno County real property was up 4.19% for the 2021-22 tax year. Photo illustration by Joe Verduzco.
Written by The Business Journal Staff
Fresno County’s assessment roll reached just shy of $95 billion for the 2021-22 tax year, an increase of 4.19% over last year.
The total of $94.7 billion represents the entire assessed value of real estate in Fresno County for tax purposes — $90.2 billion for locally owned properties and $4.5 billion for state-owned properties.
The major beneficiaries of property tax revenue are public schools, community colleges, cities and the county, according to Fresno County Assessor Paul Dictos.
“This is good news for our families and children,” Dictos said in a statement.
Every city in Fresno County recorded an increase. The highest was Sanger with 8.62% and the lowest was Selma with 2.78%
Fresno’s increase was 3.74% and Clovis was 6.83%.
Other cities include:
Orange Cove 7.9%
San Joaquin 3.43%
Assessed land value used for oil, gas and mineral was down 43.97% in Fresno County. Agricultural land was up 5.37%.