Erroll G. Williams, Assessor
Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office
EAST BANK: City Hall, 1300 Perdido Street, City Hall Room 4E01 • (504) 658-1300
WEST BANK: Algiers Courthouse, 225 Morgan Street • (504) 368-7642
Office Hours (East and West Bank): Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Assessor's Office is here to serve you! This website has been prepared to provide you with an overview of the many functions of our office and to assist you by providing online information services. It is my pleasure to provide these helpful facts on the valuation process as well as to explain the various benefits available through the exemptions and assessment level freezes provided by Louisiana law. You will also find information on how to review and/or appeal your property valuation should you feel the need to do so. Our primary goal is to establish fair and equitable values for all properties in Orleans Parish.
The Orleans Parish Assessor's Office is dedicated to providing efficient, accurate, and courteous service to the public. I invite you to visit, e-mail, or call our office with your comments or concerns.
Erroll G. Williams, CLA
Orleans Parish Assessor's Office
***Please be advised: the Assessor's Office does not set the tax rate, send out tax bills, nor collect taxes***
Our mission is to make sure every
property owner in Orleans Parish
pays their fare share--no more, no
Our customer service agents build
and maintain a quality community,
and are trained to provide the
information you need with the
courtesy you deserve.
Fair and equitable property
valuations are our goal; visit our
Search Records page to see all
property assessments for every
parcel in Orleans Parish.
BREAKING NEWS: Thanks to Act 437 signed by
Governor John Bel Edwards and passed by the
Louisiana Legislature, as of August 1, 2016 it will
now be a punishable crime to claim more than one
homestead exemption. Violators are now subject
to a $500 fine and six months in prison, in addition
to paying restitution. According to state law, only
one homestead exemption is allowed per person
on owned property considered their "domicile" or
permanent, owned residence. For more
information about the Homestead Exemption, see
the Informational Flyer tab of this website.