WARREN, Pa. – The field work element of Warren County’s property reassessment process continues to make its way through the northern part of the county.
Chief Assessor Brian Bull said things are going smoothly, and that they hope to get through the northern parts of the county before significant snowfall comes.
“The field work is moving right along,” Bull said during Monday’s Warren County Commissioners work session. “We’ve finished up Farmington Township and are working to get our way through Elk Township before snowfall. After that, we’ll move to other municipalities around the city like Glade and Conewango.”
Bull said that he has been out to some of the municipalities where work has already been completed, and that everything is on schedule.
“I’ve been out quality controlling some of the areas that we’ve already done – Southwest Township, Eldred Township, Spring Creek,” Bull said. “Everything looks really good.”
Bull said that the contractor for the project, Vision Government Services, has been responsive along the way as well.
“Vision has been responsive to requests and provided adequate support in the field,” Bull said.
It is expected to take approximately one more year before all properties in Warren County are visited.