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Vivian Michael Wilhoite, is a native of Gulfport, Mississippi who came to Nashville to attend Tennessee State University.  Upon graduation from TSU, Vivian started her professional career as a Real Estate Appraiser at the Tennessee Regulatory Authority, formerly known as the Tennessee Public Service Commission. While at the Commission Vivian was responsible for the appraisal of public utility properties for ad valorem tax purposes.  She was promoted to the position of Assistant Director and later ascended to Chief of the Consumer Services Division.  She concluded her career as the TRA’s statewide representative for Consumer Education & Outreach, a role in which she travelled the state empowering consumers to make informed decisions about their gas, water, electric and telephone services.

Vivian believes her purpose in life is to serve others.  She began walking in that purpose while a student at TSU.  In 2003, believing she could be a voice for her community, she ran and was elected to serve as Representative of District 29 on the Metropolitan Davidson County Council.  In 2007, she was re-elected by 72% of the votes which was the largest percentage of anyone running for local public office in that election year.  While serving on the Metro Council, Vivian was selected as Vice-President of the National League of Cities Information, Technology and Communications Committee which played a major role in the implementation of the Broadband Plan and Digital Transition for the city of Nashville.

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Seeing an opportunity to effect change and empower the masses, Vivian again entered the political arena and ran for the Office of the Assessor of Property for Davidson County.  On August 31, 2016, she took the oath of office for the term 2016-2020.  In so doing, she became the first African American to hold the office of Assessor of Property in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.

Vivian views public service as a lifetime commitment.  She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. as well as numerous other boards and organizations.  She and her family are active members of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

Vivian most enjoys family time with her husband Larry and their two sons, Lelan and Pherius, as well as their beloved dog Feebie.  She lives her life directed by the adage:

Do all the good you can, in every way you can, for all the people you can, while you can.
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Deadlines and News

  • Vivian Wilhoite Sworn in as Property Assessor
    On Wednesday, August 31st Vivian Wilhoite was sworn in as the 8th Property Assessor of Davidson County at the Howard Office Building. She is the first African American woman to hold the post. The swearing in was officiated by Mayor Megan Barry. In her remarks, Mayor Barry said, “Throughout her career in public service, one Read More

    On Wednesday, August 31st Vivian Wilhoite was sworn in as the 8th Property Assessor of Davidson County at the Howard Office Building. She is the first African American woman to hold the post. The swearing in was officiated by Mayor Megan Barry. In her remarks, Mayor Barry said, “Throughout her career in public service, one word has defined Vivian Wilhoite: Passion. Vivian has been passionate about her community, passionate about service, and passionate about conducting herself with the utmost integrity. I look forward to working with her in this new role.” To read the full article, please click here.

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  • 2016 Prorate Roll and Notices
    Notices will be mailed for the 2016 Prorate Roll on Friday September 9th. The website will be updated September 9th to reflect the changes from 1/1/2016 appeals to the Metro Board of Equalization and from the 2016 Prorate Roll. Read More

    Notices will be mailed for the 2016 Prorate Roll on Friday September 9th. The website will be updated September 9th to reflect the changes from 1/1/2016 appeals to the Metro Board of Equalization and from the 2016 Prorate Roll. If you receive a notice and have any questions, please contact our office at (615) 862-6080.

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  • Deadline to file an appeal to MBOE has passed
    The deadline to file an appeal to the Metro Board of Equalization has passed. The deadline was June 17, 2016. If you have scheduled an appointment with either a Hearing Officer or the MBOE and need to reschedule or cancel, please contact Herman Ruben at 615-880-2069. Read More

    The deadline to file an appeal to the Metro Board of Equalization has passed. The deadline was June 17, 2016. If you have scheduled an appointment with either a Hearing Officer or the MBOE and need to reschedule or cancel, please contact Herman Ruben at 615-880-2069. If you missed the deadline and require additional appeal info, please contact the State Board of Equalization at 615-401-7883.

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