Online Hearing Scheduler

Online Hearing Scheduler

If you have submitted a protest you can schedule your hearing through WCAD's Public Access portal.  *Only available for residential properties

Once you have submitted your protest, select a date and time for your hearing (see below).  *If no dates or times are available on the calendar, a hearing will be scheduled and a notice mailed once a date is available.

Step 1       Use created login

Step 2       Select Schedule Protest Hearing 

Step 3      Click arrows to select month. Only dates highlighted in blue are available


Note:         Non-residential property accounts such as “Business Personal Property, Commercial, Land, & AG property” will not have the option to schedule a hearing online.


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