The Rutherford County Assessor of Property Rob Mitchell and staff were awarded the 2018 Excellence in Operations award from the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers.
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell says that his office has saved the county over $2.5 million.
The "3 Star" program will emphasize employee development and training, internal systems controls, development of ethical standards, transparency and establishment of clearly defined organizational structures.
Where did I hear, "If you don't know your community, know your property assessor--and if Rob says it's so...it's so!" Rob Mitchell's tech connections show that Murfreesboro not only is one of the TOP TEN PLACES FOR VEGANS, but it's number 2!
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell is on record saying state legislation HB2038 is a clear violation of the Constitution of the State of Tennessee.
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell gives information on this year's reappraisals.
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell says, "There are two prices of legislation which should be near and dear to every Tennesseans heart which I am proud to say have been filed by members of our own Rutherford County delegation."
If you are a property owner in the city of Murfreesboro and you have not received a tax bill, you should contact the Rutherford County Property Assessor's Office.
Rutherford County Assessor of Property, Rob Mitchell, was awarded the 2017 John C. Donehoo Essay Award by the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO).
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell, who was considering a run at the Governor of Tennessee seat, has decided not to move forward with such an endeavor.
The new fiscal year for Rutherford County, Tennessee began July 1st. Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell says the proposed tax rate is $2.68 per $100 in value.
The International Association of Assessing Officers has nominated Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell for the 2017 John C. Donehoo Award...
Flyers for a white supremacists group were left on several government office buildings here in Rutherford County.
A recent story by Sam Stockard in the Murfreesboro Post indicates the Rutherford County Property Assessor is considering a run for the governors seat in Tennessee.
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell is reminding business owners that there is still time to file their Tangible Personal Property tax information.
Mitchell was sworn in using the Bible that once belonged to his maternal great grandmother.
This Saturday will be TOMMY SANFORD DAY. The public is encouraged to be at the Almaville Volunteer Fire Department, One Mile Lane, at 10:00AM for naming the road "Tommy Sanford Memorial Mile", honoring his 52-years of service to our community.
After a recent theft of professional camera gear and commercial scanners from Rutherford County buildings in downtown Murfreesboro, the Rutherford County Property Assessor sent out the below memo...
Rutherford County Road Superintendent Greg Brooks retains his position for four more years, defeating challenger Robert Alsup in the Republican Primary.
Property Assessor Rob Mitchell told WGNS in an email, "This program will result in a 30% reduction in benefits for anyone hired after April 1, 2016."
Rutherford County Assessor of Property, Rob Mitchell, was awarded the 2015 Middle Tennessee Assessor of the Year Award before the Tennessee Association of Assessing Officers...
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell has proposed that the Rutherford County Clerk office building on North Maple Street be named after former property assessor Tommy Sanford...
"It is important that your government be open and transparent. The office of Property Assessor discovers, lists and values over 112,000 parcels of Real and Tangible Personal Property in Rutherford County having an appraised..."
A first of its kind in the country community for homeless veterans is in the works here in Murfreesboro. Hope Farms Village could soon be in place of a mobile home park just off Memorial on Cedar View Drive. That's across the street from Family Worship Center.
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell reports his office received no findings after an audit by the Tennessee Department of Property Assessments.
"I am happy to announce that your Rutherford County Assessor's Office received a ZERO audit findings report yesterday from the Tennessee Department of Property Assessments..."
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell has decided to change political parties from Democrat to Republican.
In Murfree Gallery I the project features artwork by a number of art majors including Kandace Lovett, Holly Hagan, Chloe Campbell, Kari Owen, and Sarah Al-Ansari.
The Rutherford County Property Assessors Office is one of the first in the state to go with a hybrid Ford product to assess properties. Property Assessor Rob Mitchell stated...
The Rutherford County Property Assessor’s Office will use a Clean Energy Grant to buy two Ford C-max hybrid vehicles to boost fuel efficiency and help improve the county’s air quality.
The second annual flag retirement ceremony took place at the Rutherford County Office Building Thursday. Property Assessor Rob Mitchell organized the event.
Rutherford County Assessor of Property Rob Mitchell tells WGNS that over the next several days, property owners in Rutherford County will begin to receive their Property Assessment notices.
The Rutherford County Property Assessor tells us that a brand new “E-File” program for businesses will make it easier for business owners to file their personal property schedule online. Assessor Rob Mitchell stated…
Rutherford County Property Assessor Rob Mitchell says the Personal Property Schedules for Rutherford County Businesses will be mailed this week.
Rutherford County Assessor of Property Rob Mitchell notified WGNS that according to the US Bureau of Labor and Statistics, Rutherford County Tennessee has the 6th largest increase...
Every year, the Rutherford County Assessor of Property Office releases a list of the properties that have the greatest assessment, by value. That assessment, in turn, generally translates to the most property taxes paid.
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