Assessing Property Values
NOTE: Assessors are currently taking photos for the 2023 quintile review areas, noted in pink on the Assessment map. City assessors will be driving a city vehicle with the city logo on the sides of cars.
The city’s Assessing Department sets the estimated market value and classification of each property in the city.
Property values and classification are based on state law. The assessor appraises property at market value and classifies based on actual use.
- Maintain property records
- Review all property at least once every five years
- Review property with new construction or building permits
- Manage the property value appeals process
- Manage programs related to property assessment and classification
Learn more about property assessment from Hennepin County >
Property Assessment Map
Property in Brooklyn Park is divided into five different review areas. Each area is identified by a different color on the map. One area is assessed every year. Use the map below to find out when your property’s next review is, tax information for your property and more.
Open the Property Assessment Map >
- Industrial Assessing Questionnaire
- Commercial Assessing Questionnaire
- Annual Assessment Questionnaire
- New Construction Questionnaire
- Permit Questionnaire
More information on property taxes
- Search for your property tax information
- MN Department of Revenue
- Property owners in Minnesota generally pay a property tax based on the property value. Property taxes help fund state and community services. Minnesota offers several relief and special programs for property owners.
- MN Tax Court
- Homesteading (PDF)
Location and Hours
Brooklyn Park City Hall
5200 85th Ave N
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.