Board of Equalization

Benton County’s Board of Equalization ensures that county property tax assessment practices are equal and uniform. The County Equalization Board and it's commissioners help keep fair market value true of all property taxation which in the state of Arkansas is the assessment rate of 20% of actual amount. 
The Board of Equalization (BOE) is an independent from the Assessor's office and is comprised of nine (9) qualified electors of the county who have been real property owners for at least one (1) year. Two (2) members of the board will be selected by representatives of the school district(s) in the county; Two (2) members will be selected by the representatives of all the cities and incorporated towns in the county; Two (2) members will be appointed by the County Judge; and Three (3) members will be appointed by the Quorum Court.
Members serve three (3) year staggered terms of office, with terms set to expire on the on the 1st Monday in June of each year, or until his/her successor is appointed.
Are you interested in applying for a formal hearing to appeal your property value and assessment?
Please download the application below. However, you MUST schedule an appointment with the Assessor's Office
  Weekdays 8:00 am to 4:30 pm  (479) 271-1037
Meetings will be held at:
2111 W. Walnut St
Rogers, AR 72756
Appointments may be scheduled beginning the 3rd Monday in July through the 3rd Monday in August. The last day to schedule a formal hearing with the BOE is the 3rd Monday in August.
  

Board of Equalization Members

 
Representation
Member
Term Expires
Contact
County Judge
Jim Durham
2019
County Judge
Tim Summers
2021
Municipalities
Karl Mounger
2021
Municipalities
Chris Willis
2020
School Districts
Lavelle Sanders
2019
School Districts
Roger Mabry
2021
Quorum Court
Tom Rife
2020
Quorum Court
Pam Underwood
2020
Quorum Court
Chad Kumpe
2019