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Assessor's Office

Henry Jojola is currently his second term as the Socorro County Assessor through 2018. His chief deputy is Julie Griego.

 Department Resources

The Socorro County Assessor's Office determines the property value of homes, businesses and other taxable properties within the county for ad valorem tax purposes. The office also prepares the tax rolls for the County Treasurer for real property (land and improvements), personal property (business equipment), livestock and mobile homes.

Notices of property valuation for the current tax year are mailed to all property owners on April 1, 2015. It is important that property owners review the valuation figures on the Notice of Value, because this is the last step in the review process. The value on the notice is what will be used to calculate the taxes you will pay after your local government agencies and school districts set their budgets and the tax rates are adopted. 

Taxable value on real and personal property is one third of the total appraised value, minus any allowable exemptions, such as head-of-household or veteran's exemptions. Property in New Mexico is classified as residential or non-residential and is taxed at different rates.

Should you have questions or need any assistance with any other property tax issues, I encourage you to call us or visit with staff or myself in person. Our address and phone number are listed above.

 Key Contacts

Julie Griego

200 Church Street
Socorro, NM 87801

 Important Links

NM Property Tax Div.