How do I find out the name of a property owner and other details about the property?
  • You can search by owner, address, parcel number, or alternate identification number (AIN) on the County website. You may also obtain information at the County Information Center and office of Kootenai County Assessor. In the Assessor's Office you can search by plat name to get the subdivision designation to search lots.
  • In addition to ownership name, mailing address, and possible location address, other information available on the website and at the office includes, but is not limited to, legal description, acreage of the parcel, assessed value, homeowner's exemption, timber and agricultural classifications, and property classifications.

For questions contact the Assessor's Office.

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1. What is an occupancy tax?
2. How are the taxes on my property determined?
3. What is the annual tax cycle?
4. How does the Assessor determine the value on my property?
5. Why do property values change?
6. How do I contact the taxing districts listed on my assessment notice?
7. How do I find out the name of a property owner and other details about the property?
8. Can I see a map of my property? May I purchase a copy?
9. What do the categories or group code numbers shown on the assessment notice mean?
10. How do I change the name of the owner(s) on my property?
11. How do I correct the acreage on my property?
12. How do I correct or change the boundaries of my property, such as a lot line adjustment?
13. How do I convert my manufactured home into real property? Can I reverse a manufactured home from real property to personal property?
14. How do I change the location of my manufactured home? How do I change ownership on my manufactured home?
15. How many taxing districts are there?