Assessor’s Office Reopens to Public

NEW ORLEANS – Assessor Erroll Williams announced that the Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office at both the City Hall and Algiers Courthouse locations are open to the public with certain restrictions. The Assessor’s Office at both locations is currently enforcing a 50% occupancy rule and therefore encourages teleconferring and online communications. 

To come to one of the offices, visitors must schedule an appointment in advance by calling (504) 658-1300 for the office in City Hall and (504) 368-7642 for the Algiers Courthouse. Appointments will be scheduled to last no more than thirty minutes. 

All office forms, except homestead exemptions, are available at nolaassessor.com by clicking the FORMS tab. Completed forms can be dropped off in the lobby of City Hall or the Algiers Courthouse for follow up by staff. Completed forms can also be mailed to:

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Orleans Parish Assessor 

P.O. Box 53406

New Orleans, LA 70153-3406

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Forms may also be emailed to info@orleansassessors.com.

Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.  

Anyone needing a homestead exemption should request by phone for one to be mailed. While exemptions are accepted year-round, in order for it to be applied to the 2021 property tax bill, an application must be received by Aug. 20.

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Anyone needing an Age/Disability Freeze (Special Assessment Level) application may get one by calling or going online at nolaassessor.com and clicking the FORMS link on the left column. Freezes are also due by Aug. 20. 

Information on freezes and homestead exemptions is available by clicking The Homestead Exemption and Special Assessment Levels link on the Informational Flyers Tab of nolaassessor.com.

 

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