Assessment Process: Brochure | Assessment Power Point
If you would like the Assessor to attend a meeting of your group
or club for a brief explanation of your Tax Bill or Notice of Value, request a meeting here.
Please address tax related questions to the Treasurer's staff at (928) 524-4172
It is the responsibility of the Assessor to locate, identify, and appraise at current market value, locally assessable property subject to ad valorem taxes and to process exemptions specified by law. The Assessor has no jurisdiction or responsibility for area budgets, tax rates, or amounts of taxes paid. These matters are handled by the various agencies performing the services supported by property taxes, such as the county governments, city governments, school districts and other taxing districts.
Cammy Darris was elected County Assessor in 2004 and has been a Navajo County Assessor’s Office employee for over 34 years, starting as a file clerk in the department. Cammy has a total of over 37 years of appraisal experience and is familiar with all aspects of the Assessor’s Office. She currently participates as a member of the Arizona Association of Assessing Officers and the Arizona Association of Counties. Locally, she has served as vice chairman of the Navajo County Personnel Commission and currently serves as a member of the Navajo County Manager’s LEAD (management) team. Cammy supports the Navajo County Strategic Plan and she and her staff work together to set departmental goals with supporting strategies that will improve the department’s operations and service to constituents. The main area of focus for the Assessor’s office strategic plan is accurate and fair assessment, customer service and communication.
Cammy has completed the Certified Public Management program through Arizona State University and has been an instructor for the Navajo County Leadership Academy. She promotes leadership within the department by encouraging staff to attend and graduate from the Navajo County Leadership Academy as well as the Certified Public Management program.
Cammy holds a Level I and Level II Appraisal Certification as well as Personal Property Certification through the State of Arizona. Cammy continues to attend numerous schools and workshops to ensure she is aware of current statutes and changes to the Arizona Property Tax System. She conducts public presentations explaining the assessment process and the relationship of valuation to the property owner’s tax bill.
Cammy was born and raised in Navajo County. She and her husband, Kent, have two children: Craig Darris and Sherri Manygoats. They also have one granddaughter, Breeana Darris, and one grandson, Darris Manygoats.
Cammy welcomes the public to e-mail her with any questions or concerns. Feel free to email her directly using the Comments Page and her direct phone number is (928) 524-4095