Thank you for voting on Constitutional Amendments #6 and #8.   While Constitutional Amendment #6 received over 76% of the vote in Orleans Parish, it was not enough for statewide passage, failing with only 49.7% of Louisiana voters voting “For,” and 50.3% voting “Against.”

If it passed, Constitutional Amendment #6 would have provided some protection to New Orleans homeowners from large assessment increases due to changes in the real estate market. I again thank New Orleans for their resounding votes on this initiative.

Constitutional Amendment #8, which provides for a permanent freeze for persons with permanent disability passed statewide with 54.7% of Louisiana voters voting in favor. This was due in no small part to New Orleans voters casting 67% of their ballots in “For” this proposition.

Thank you again for voting on November 8, 2022. I would also like to thank Rep. Matthew Willard for authoring Constitutional Amendments #6 and #8, as well as Reps. Hilferty, and Landry and Sen. Bouie for their efforts in support of these items in the legislature.
PLEASE BE REMINDED: In 2023 there will be a 5 mill property tax rate increase for Early Childcare and Education. This tax increase passed with 61% of the vote, while turnout was only 9.3%. Please know that your vote DOES count.
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, all visitors to our office are required to wear masks and have their temperature taken upon arrival.
The Assessor’s Office website has been designed to provide 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 and 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 know that the Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office does not send out tax bills nor do we collect taxes.  Questions regarding your tax bill should be referred to the New Orleans Bureau of Treasury.  They can be reached at (504) 658-1701.  For more information click HERE.