2018 property values are now available. You may find your 2018 value by clicking the ‘Property Lookup’ link above.
If you desire to appeal your assessment, you should schedule an appointment to appear before the Knox County Board of Equalization, which meets June 1 through June 29, 2018. You should bring documentation to support your appeal. To schedule an appointment with the CBOE please call (865) 215-2006 during regular business hours (8:30 AM to 4:00 PM) between the dates of Tuesday, May 29, 2018 and Friday, June 29, 2018.
Failure to appeal this assessment to the Knox County Board of Equalization may result in the assessment becoming final without further right to appeal (TCA 67-5-1401).
John Whitehead, CAE - Property Assessor
My name is John Whitehead. I am humbled and honored to have been chosen as your Property Assessor.
Our office will strive to serve you, the taxpayer, with quality achievement regarding your property. I am proud to state my staff is extremely competent, dedicated, and fully aware of the importance of the responsibility to value your property, possibly the biggest investment one makes, in a fair and equitable manner.
My promise to Knox County citizens is thus: I am, and will continually remain, steadfast in working to make this office the absolute finest in every facet. Please know, we are your employees and my office door is open to any and all citizens of Knox County.
With kindest regards,
John R. Whitehead, CAE
Knox County Property Assessor
USMC (Vietnam veteran)
Over 30 years of experience in property appraisal
Professional Certifications from IAAO - International Association of Assessing Officers:
CAE - The Certified Assessment Evaluator designation is IAAO’s flagship designation, denoting the highest level of education and experience in residential and commercial real-property appraisal, assessment administration, and tax policy.
Professional Certifications from the Tennessee State Board of Equalization:
Assessment Level V