Randolph County Assessor
110 South Main Suite E
Huntsville, MO 65259
Office Hours: Weekdays– 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Telephone: (660) 277-4716 or (660) 277-4835 or (660) 277-5822
E-mail Address: email@example.com
On-line Record Lookup
The Randolph County Assessor’s office provides the information in these linked websites as a public service. All information provided is public record. All data presented is subject to change periodically and without formal notice to any person, except as required by statute. The information provided on this site is on an “as is” basis. The County of Randolph and the Assessor’s Office do not provide any guarantee, nor liability assumed, as to the accuracy or reliability of any data posted. New values for real estate property are certified to the County Clerk by July 1, annually. Posting on this site of current year values may occur just before, on, or just after July 1. Values shown until current certification occurs are from the prior year.
Mr. Tregnago is one of 112 elected county assessors in Missouri (Jackson County, St. Louis County, & St. Louis City assessors are appointed).
His current term began September 1, 2013, and runs thru August 31, 2017. In order to remain in office as a certified assessor, Richard must attend an annual training session of 20 hours. In addition, county assessors must also attend a State Tax Commission approved course in assessment once every two years for 32 hours. He has successfully completed 16 courses of the additional 32 hour training since taking office in 1985. He also served as President of the Missouri Assessors Association, and, currently is involved in efforts to inform the General Assembly of concerns about assessment practices and ways to simplify and improve the assessment function in this State.
Richard strongly supports Property Tax Credits for the 100% disabled, and, for Senior Citizens, testifying many times before Committees in the General Assembly about the impact, and benefits, of increasing the Property Tax Credit Program (known as the “Circuit Breaker”).
“To be a good assessor, one should be a good public servant” is Richard’s philosophy. He strongly believes in fair treatment to all, and, strives to attain full fairness in an open and respectful manner. He has volunteered many hours of service in various agencies throughout the county over the years, which includes being a Board member for many years in the local Chapter of the American Red Cross, and, the American Cancer Society, both of which he has served in the past as President. Currently, Richard is Secretary of the Huntsville Rotary Club, and, has served as the Club’s President. He also was a member of the Moberly Lion’s Club assisting in many fundraising efforts to benefit those with sight impairments. Richard is a 10 gallon blood donor, has donated platelets through the Red Cross Aphaeresis program. (“If taxpayers think I take too much blood from them, this is a way to return some of it!”)
Your constructive comments are always welcome.
State Tax Commission Web Site: www.stc.mo.gov