Department Operations Update

In an effort to continue to provide city services and reduce the spread of COVID-19, as of March 18, 2020, the Government Center will be open to limited access only. One point of access will be provided through the main front doors where a phone can be used to contact a staff member to assist you. Staff continues to be available via phone and email and many of our services are available online. Please consider using phone, email and online resources before visiting the Government Center.

2020 Valuation Notices

The Assessing Department sent out valuation notices to city residents and property owners on Thursday, March 19th.  Currently there is limited access to the Maple Grove Government Center to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 Virus.  However, the staff of the Assessor’s Office is fully available via email and by phone to address any questions that you may have related to the valuation or classification of your property.  

Maple Grove Assessor’s Office Contact Information:


2020 Assessed Valuation Questions: (763) 494-6265

We greatly appreciate your patience in this challenging environment.

Assessing Department

(763) 494-6250,

Residential Property

Randy DeJong, Residential Appraiser, (763) 494-6260,
Markus Yager, Residential Appraiser, (763) 494-6262, 
Julie Gustafson, Senior Residential Appraiser, (763) 494-6256,

Commercial, Industrial and Apartment Property

Molly Johnson-Marion, Commercial Appraiser, (763) 494-6254, 
Duane Scheurer, Commercial Appraiser, (763) 494-6257,

City Assessor

Tim Mitchell, (763) 494-6251,

Assessment Programs

(763) 494-6250,
Homestead Applications
Value Exclusion for Veterans with Disabilities
Property Records / Sales Information


The Assessing Department is responsible for establishing the estimated market value and determining the property classification of each parcel of property located within the City of Maple Grove on an annual basis for the purpose of property tax allocation.

Property valuation and classification processes within the city are based on Minnesota Statute and comply with the standards and directives of the Minnesota Department of Revenue.  The Assessing Department appraises property at market value and classifies property based on actual use.

The Assessing Department is also responsible for:

  • Processing and maintaining the homestead status of residential properties
  • Maintaining property records based on physical property attributes
  • Conducting annual quintile property reviews of established properties
  • Conducting property reviews based on new construction and building permits
  • Administering the appeals process including the Local Board of Appeal and Equalization 
  • Administering programs related to property assessment and classification

The Assessing Department is committed to providing equitable and uniform assessments throughout the city in a professional manner while assisting our residents and members of the public with assessment related matters.