Utah County residents have until Friday to schedule a hearing to protest their property-tax values.

The Utah County Commission, which doubles as the Board of Equalization, has been holding equalization hearings since July and will schedule appointments through the end of the week for additional hearings. The hearings will be the only time this year people can protest valuation on real estate and homes."After Friday, we won't take any more appointments," said Jim Sutherland, chief deputy auditor.