IMPORTANT MESSAGE: **Property Values are subject to change due to a number of situations* Change of: Ownership, Use, Zoning, and Additions are a few examples that may impact the value

Core Value

  • Honesty & Integrity
  • Fairness & Equality
  • Quality & Excellence
  • Teamwork & Sustainability

Welcome to the Office of the Santa Fe County Assessor

“It's YOU we value”

Our mission is providing excellent customer service to the greater community of Santa Fe through fair and equitable valuations, public outreach, education, open communication, and transparency based on industry best practice standards.

Our vision is to create an environment which reflects the desired relationships between the Office of the Santa Fe County Assessor and its constituents; management and employees; and co-workers. To accomplish our vision, it is critical to identify, define and share the organizational core values.

Awards
2017 JURISDICTION of the Year Award

2017

JURISDICTION of the Year Award

“Congratulations Office of the Santa Fe County Assessor”
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Get in touch

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Office hours
8:00am - 5:00pm M-F
online chat
8:00am - 5:00pm M-F

We want to ensure you always have a truly exceptional experience with us. If you do not feel you have had a truly exceptional experience or would like to share any comments regarding your visit, please contact us at (505) 986-6300, email us at assessor@santafecountynm.gov.

We value your feedback

EMPLOYEE OF THE QUARTER

Lenin Armendariz

Lenin Armendariz has been the with the Santa Fe County Assessor's Office since 2015. Mr. Armendariz has shown exponential growth in his knowledge during his brief employment with the office. He has displayed great ambition towards his career, as he has already mastered the process of appraising agriculture. This skill is limited within the Assessor’s office as it requires a high-level of attention towards land value calculations.

During my absense from work, Mr. Armendariz displayed strong leadership and supervision within our section. Although he was not totally acquanted with manufactured homes, residential appraisal or business personal property, he was able to successfully manage and resolve a couple of issues brought forth by the Assessor and Deputy Assessor. In addition, he has displayed great leadership and management of our newly-hired staff by providing hands-on training.

Brittney Montoya, NMCA Real Estate Appraisal Program Manager