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We have officially moved in to our brand new offices as of May 2, 2012!

Warren County Administrative Building
101 Mockingbird Lane - Suite 204
Warrenton, MO 63383

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May 2, 2012
We've Moved
We have officially finished moving in to our offices at the brand new Warren County Administration Building!
New Contact Information:
Wendy Nordwald, Warren County Assessor
Warren County Administration Building
101 Mockingbird Lane
Real Estate Department- Suite 202
Personal Property Department- Suite 204
Warrenton, MO 63383
636.456.8885 (office)
636.456.9024 (fax)
You can always head over to our contact page for directions on how to get to our new offices or to simply ask us a question.

January 13, 2012
New Occupancy Law Aims to Help Residents

By Tim Schmidt, Record Editor | Warren County Record | First Published January 5, 2012

Beginning this week, property taxes will be assessed and levied on newly constructed homes at the time they are first occupied, rather than waiting until Jan. 1 of each year.

While the change means some homeowners will begin paying taxes sooner on their new homes, county officials are touting that the new occupancy regulations will allow the county to pro-rate property taxes in the event a home — new or old — is destroyed in a natural disaster.

Should a natural disaster strike in a county where the occupancy regulations have not been adopted, County Assessor Wendy Nordwald said there would be no way assistance could be offered in the form of reducing property assessments and taxes. A natural disaster is defined as a tornado, fire, flood or earthquake.

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September 13, 2011

2011 Property Tax Related Legislation

Three pieces of legislation affecting assessors passed in the 2011 session of the legislature and were signed by the Governor. Those bills are set out below and become effective August 28, 2011.

(1) Senate Bill 55—The Sawmill Bill

Senate Bill 55, signed by Governor July 13, 2011, amends 137.016 to now include the following language in the definition of agricultural real property:
Agricultural and horticultural property shall also include any sawmill or planing mill defined in the U.S. Department of Labor's Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Manual under Industry Group 242 with the SIC number 2421.

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