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Bannock County Assessor 

Important Deadlines

January 2 – First day to apply for current year Property Tax Reduction (Circuit Breaker) benefits and Homeowner’s Exemption.

April 18 – Last day to apply for current year Property Tax Reduction (Circuit Breaker) benefits.

June 20 – Last day to pay current year second half tax payments without a late charge and interest, calculated from January 1 (Not June 21).

June 27 – Last day to file an appeal with Board of Equalization

December 20 – Last day to pay current year full tax payments or first half tax payments without late charge and interest on the first half.

December 31 – Last day to apply for current year Homeowner’s Exemption

The County Assessor is responsible for valuing all real and personal property, including mobile homes, residential and commercial properties and agricultural land for property tax purposes. The Assessor determines the equitable value of property to ensure that each taxpayer pays only their fair share of the taxes.

The County Assessor is elected by the voters for a term of four years. The County Assessor’s duties are governed by Idaho Code Title 63.

Office Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday
Location: (Court House Annex)
130 North 6th Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho 83201

Office: 208-236-7260
Fax: 208-236-7074 

Sheri Davies

Bannock County Assessor

Sheri Davies was elected as Assessor in 2018 and is serving her first term. Before serving as Assessor, Davies worked as a real estate agent in Pocatello for 26 years and twice served as president of the Greater Pocatello Association of Realtors.


How Do Property Taxes Work?

Property Tax Relief

Personal Property Tax

Online Sales Tax Bucket

Funding for Growth

What do Local Governments do in Idaho?

Here you can find other Bannock County public maps including public access roads, polling locations, recreational sites, emergency information and more.

Bannock County Taxing Districts. Map

Bannock County Taxing Districts 
(Online Interactive Map – click on District number to view levy rates)

Bannock County Planning & Zoning Map

Other Department Online GIS Maps:
Planning & Zoning, Subdivision Plats, Records of Survey, Zoning Maps, etc.

The map applications on this site were created by Bannock County GIS staff.

Certain properties and property owners may be eligible to reduce what they owe on property taxes. Here you can find the programs available and see if you qualify.

Homeowner’s Exemption

What is it?

The homeowner’s exemption will exempt 50% of the value of your home and up to one acre of land (maximum: $125,000) from property tax.

Read more about Homeowner’s Exemption in Idaho Code 63-602G

Do I qualify?

To qualify, you must own and occupy your home as your primary residence before Dec. 31 and you must file an application with our office by Dec. 31 for the current tax year. There are no income or age qualifications, and homeowners can only exempt one home.

How do I apply?

To apply, submit a completed application by Dec. 31 to the Bannock County Assessor’s Office, 130 North 6th Avenue, Pocatello.

Request an application:

Phone: 208-236-7260
Office: 130 North 6th Avenue, Pocatello ID 83201

Do I need to apply again?

You only need to apply once. If approved, your exemption is good until any of the following happens:

• You move and the home is no longer your primary residence
• You no longer own the home
• The home’s ownership changes (e.g., you put the home in a trust; you start to share ownership with someone else)

How will I know I’ve been approved for an exemption?

When the application is approved, the exemption is permanent as long as one owns and occupies the property. If the property is sold, the new owner must file an application with the assessor’s office.

Notices of approval are not sent to homeowners; to verify that your exemption has been processed please review your annual assessment notice. If you believe there is an error pertaining to your exemption contact our office at (208) 236-7260.

Property Tax Reduction Program (“Circuit Breaker”)

What is it?

Qualified homeowners can reduce their property taxes from $250 to $1,500 by applying to the Property Tax Reduction Program, also known as the “circuit breaker.” This program is meant to help seniors, people with disabilities, and widowers alleviate their property taxes.

Do I qualify?

You may qualify for property tax reduction in 2022 if:
• You are an Idaho resident, and;
• You own and occupy your home or mobile home, and the value doesn’t exceed a limit set by law that will be calculated in June 2022, and; • Your total 2021 income, after deducting medical expenses, was $32,230 or less, and;
• You’re any of the following as of January 1, 2022:

• 65 or older
• Former POW or hostage
• Motherless or fatherless child under 18
• Blind
• Widow(er)
• Disabled as recognized by the Social Security Administration, Railroad Retirement Board, Federal Civil Service, Veterans Affairs, or a public employment retirement system not covered by these agencies.

How do I apply?

To apply, submit a completed application to the Bannock County Assessor’s Office between January 1 and April 18, 2022. You must apply and qualify each year to receive this benefit. Property tax reductions are not renewed automatically.

Request an application:

Phone: 208-236-7260
Office: 130 North 6th Avenue, Pocatello ID 83201

When you file your application, you must provide proof of:

• Income (View 2022 – Property Tax Reduction Income Brackets)
• Medical expenses
• The requirement(s) you meet (age 65 or older, blind, VA disability, etc.)
• Ownership, if the property is owned by a trust or limited liability corporation (LLC)

Help with my application

You can call the Bannock County Assessor’s Office at 208-236-7260 for help with your application anytime between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Circuit Breaker Application Instructions

View 2022 – Property Tax Reduction Income Brackets

What documents do I need to apply for the Circuit Breaker?

Medical Expense Statement

Trust Affadivit

Affidavit for Limited Partnership, LLC, or Corporation

Veterans Property Tax Reduction

The Veterans Property Tax Reduction benefit reduces property taxes for qualified 100% service-connected disabled veterans.

If you qualify, the property taxes on your home and up to one acre of land may be reduced by as much as $1,500. The program doesn’t have an income limit.

Once granted, a surviving spouse can use this benefit, but it isn’t transferable to a new property after the death of the qualifying veteran.

Note: The benefits won’t reduce solid waste, irrigation, or other fees charged by government entities.

Who qualifies

You may qualify for Veterans Property Tax Reduction in 2022 if both of these apply:

  • You are recognized as a 100% service-connected disabled veteran or receive 100% compensation due to individual unemployability by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as of January 1, 2022.
  • You owned and lived in a home in Idaho that was your primary residence before April 15, 2022.
    • The property must have a current homeowner’s exemption.
    • The home can be a mobile home.

Note: You could qualify if you lived in a care facility or nursing home. Contact your county assessor’s office for information.

How to apply

  1. Contact your county assessor for an application or download one here.
  2. Get a current letter from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs confirming your 100% service-connected disability rating or your 100% compensation due to individual unemployability as of January 1, 2022.
  3. Complete the application. The assessor’s office will help you. You must file the application with your assessor’s office between January 1 and April 18, 2022.


  • This benefit isn’t automatically renewed. You must apply and qualify each year.
  • If approved, your benefit will appear on your December 2022 property tax bill.

Property Tax Deferral

If you’re an Idaho homeowner, you might be eligible for the Idaho Property Tax Deferral (PTD) program. The program lets you postpone paying taxes on your home and up to one acre of land.

  • You must meet certain conditions of the property tax reduction (PTR) program.
  • For the 2022 program, your income for 2021 can’t be more than $50,650.
  • You must pay the taxes and interest at a later time.

The Tax Commission and county assessors manage this program. Apply through your county assessor’s office. The PTD brochure below has more information including how to file. You can also contact your county assessor’s office or call us at (208) 334-7736.

Property Tax Estimator

Get an estimate of your property taxes using the calculator on this link. This information is for general guidance only. The tax rates calculated using the Property Tax Estimator Program may change once taxing authorities’ budgets are certified in September. The Estimator Program also cannot account for special school levies which may be approved by voters in August.

Bannock County Tax Code Areas

Click here to view the County’s Tax Code Area Map. For questions about property taxes, contact the Treasurer’s Office at 208-236-7220; for assessed values contact the Assessor’s Office at 208-236-7260.

Bannock County Parcel Viewer

Click here to view the Bannock County Parcel Viewer. Here you can find property tax and assessment information for properties within Bannock County.

Helpful Information and Links


Sheri Davies

Office Hours: 8am – 5pm Mon – Fri
Location: (Court House Annex)
130 North 6th Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho 83201
208-236-7260  Office
208-236-7074  Fax



Our mission in the Bannock County Assessor’s Office is to provide outstanding customer service to every property owner through fair and equitable valuations, public outreach, education, and open communication and transparency based on the best practice standard of the appraisal industry.

Bannock County Courthouse

624 East Center
Pocatello, Idaho 83201

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