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With more than 24 years of combined experience as a property tax agent, appraiser, real estate agent, and customer service specialist, Suzanne Droubie was elected Pima County Assessor in 2020.

She will discuss the Assessor office’s Senior Freeze Program as well as other programs including Historic Property Designation and exemptions for widows and those who are 100 percent disabled.

Owners of homes and businesses that suffer major damage from a fire or other disasters are also getting help with breaks on their property taxes, thanks to a new program adopted by the Pima County Assessor Suzanne Droubie.


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In January, the Assessor’s office launched a “rapid-response” program designed to help businesses and homeowners after a catastrophic fire, flood, or other unforeseen accident that has caused significant damage.

Upon taking office, Assessor Suzanne Droubie has successfully introduced new innovative programs and services including:

• A Business Services Department dedicated to assisting the business community with their projects and developments by providing valuation projections and education.
• A Rapid Response Team providing real-time assistance to property owners suffering a loss from fire or other natural disasters.
• A Community Outreach Department providing timely assistance and information at our County’s Public Libraries.
• An enhanced Customer Service Department to provide exceptional help to the public
• An ongoing renovation of the Pima County Assessor’s Office Website to become more user-friendly; making the most common forms and data easier to access.
• A commitment to making all Assessor’s Office forms and publications bilingual.

 

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