Erroll G. Williams, Assessor Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office
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Welcome... 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. Sincerely, Erroll G. Williams, CLA Orleans Parish Assessor's Office
EAST BANK: City Hall, 1300 Perdido Street, City Hall Room 4E01 • (504) 754-8811 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.
Member Accuracy: Our mission is to make sure every property owner in Orleans Parish pays their fair share--no more, no less. Professionalism: Our staff builds and maintains a quality community, and are trained to provide the information you need in a courteous and professional manner. Accessibility: Fair and equitable property valuations are our goal; visit our Search Records page to see all property assessments for every parcel in Orleans Parish.
REMINDER: The 2022 tax roll is now open for public inspection. The “open rolls” period is the time to meet with the Assessor’s Office appraisal staff to discuss your property valuation (also known as your “assessment”). For more information, or for a link to schedule an in-person or virtual appointment to discuss your assessment with our appraisal staff, Click Here.  OFFICE GUIDELINES FOR COVID-19 All members of the public, and employees of OPAO when meeting with the public, are required to wear a mask at all times when at the Assessor’s Office, its satellite locations and hearing rooms.   The Assessor’s Office expects its employees and all members of the public to follow the Federal and State recommended guidelines on social distancing – you should maintain at least six (6) feet distance from others.  All guests will be required to have their temperature taken upon entry to an in-person meeting location. If your temperature reads above 100.4 degrees, you may be required to leave. If you are experiencing any symptoms associated with COVID-19 or if you do not feel comfortable attending a hearing in person, we strongly encourage you to schedule an online appointment or E-File your appeal at www.nolaassessor.com. The Office reserves the right to deny entry to anyone who is exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, and reserves the right to take the temperature of any member of the public attempting to enter the OPAO offices and/or hearing rooms.