The Orleans Parish tax rolls are open for public inspection, and the deadline to file an appeal related to the assessment is no later than 4:00 p.m. on August 18, 2023.
Louisiana requires that all properties in a parish be valued or reassessed every four years, and 2024 is a quadrennial year. As such, property tax assessments in Orleans Parish for tax years 2024-2027 will reflect market values as of January 1, 2023, and the 2024 values have been available on nolaassessor.com since of Monday, July 17, 2023. Property owners will also receive assessment notices by mail.
The 2024 assessment rolls for Orleans Parish will be open for public inspection from July 17, 2023, through August 15, 2023, weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The rolls may be inspected in person at the following locations:
According to the Orleans Parish Assessor, Errol Williams, all the property in Orleans Parish will be assessed this year rather than a quarter of the property being assessed in each of the four years of the quadrennial period.
In Louisiana, residential properties are assessed at 10% of their fair market value, and commercial or industrial properties are assessed at 15% of their fair market value. It is this assessed value to which the millage rate is applied to determine what taxes are owed on a property. There are also exemptions available based on a taxpayer’s age, disability status, or status as a disabled veteran or nonprofit entity.
If a taxpayer wishes to appeal an assessment, they may do so online from Monday, July 24, 2023, until 4:00 p.m. on Friday, August 18, 2023, at nolaassessor.com or in person by providing the necessary documentation to the Assessor’s office. It should be noted that appeals are only viable if they are based on an error in the valuation of property, including mistakes related to a property’s size or the values of neighboring properties at sale.
If you need assistance related to property tax issues, including issues related to working with the Assessor’s office or appealing assessments, Gordon Arata tax attorneys are prepared to provide assistance with those matters. We are also able to assist with issues related to applying exemptions, including those related to a taxpayer’s age and disabled veteran status.
Contact Caroline Lafourcade at (504) 251-2441 or Jess Waltman at (504) 582-1111 for assistance or with any questions. You may also reach Caroline and Jess by email at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org respectively.