Personal Property

This department handles Personal Property Assessments, Vehicles, Dog Licenses, Mobile Homes, Farm Use Decals and Business Returns.

Real Estate

This department handles Homestead Exemptions, Property Transfers, Oil & Gas, Farm Use Valuations and Mapping

Appraisal

Responsible for determining fair market value.


Request for Quotations

The Harrison County Assessor is accepting bids for a 4x4 Vehicle.

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Satellite Offices

The Harrison County Assessor and the Harrison County Sheriff's Dept will be collaborating to provide assitance with Individual Personal Property Assessments, WV State Farm Census and New Homestead/Disability Exemption Applications.

Payment for personal property and/or real estate taxes an be accepted at the sites as well.

Satellite times: 9:30 am - 3:00 pm (all sites)

August 16, 2018 - Spelter Volunteer Fire Department

Note from Assessor:
The 2018 WV State Farm Census Form must be returned to the Assessor's Office by Spet 1, 2018. Forms received after Sept 1, 2018 will not be accepted per state regulations.

Business Personal Property Returns must be received by Sept 1, 2018.

From Joseph R. "Rocky" Romano - Assessor

*My staff and I strive for 100% taxpayer satisfaction. Our goal has always been to make the Harrison County Assessor's Office a pleasant place to do business. I hope to have courteous, friendly employees. We strive to treat everyone fairly and to demonstrate patience and a positive attitude in solving problems or addressing complaints. My number one priority is to assist you. If you have any questions or comments, I am available to talk or meet with you personally.

Classification and Unrecorded Land Contracts

If a taxpayer does not provide our office with a copy of an Unrecorded Land Contract they will not be eligible for the Class II - Owner Occupied status. The burden of proof for classification falls on the property owner. The Harrison County Assessors office has no record of unrecorded land contracts unless the taxpayer provides this proof. Therefore, we are not in error classifying these properties as Class III or IV.

Our office will no longer exonerate properties that were acquired via an unrecorded land contract that was not provided to our office by the taxpayer. The County Commission can only approve exonerations due to a clerical error. Therefore, exonerations will no longer be submitted for this reason. We will correct classification on only the current and future years at the time that proper documentation is provided by the taxpayer.


Address

Harrison County Assessor's Office
301 W. Main Street
Clarksburg, WV 26301
P: 304-624-8510 F: 304-626-1066