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Who is the Los Angeles County Assessor?

Who is the Los Angeles County Assessor?

Jeffrey Prang
In 2021, there were 2.6 million assessed properties for a total Los Angeles County property assessment value of US$1.8 trillion. The current assessor is Jeffrey Prang.

How do I find my California Assessor parcel number?

You can locate your parcel number on your valuation notice, tax bill, deed, or by calling our office at (916) 875-0700.

How do I find my Los Angeles County Assessor’s parcel number?

Parcel Number? Answer: To obtain this information contact Los Angeles County Office of Assessor by visiting the below website or calling (888) 807-2111, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

How do I find my parcel number Los Angeles County?

How do you prove adverse possession in California?

A trespasser’s possession must, in California, be: accompanied by a claim of right or color of title (meaning the trespasser is either asserting ownership despite having no purchase documents, or actually has some sort of title document making it look like he or she might be the owner)

Who is the new assessor for Los Angeles County?

On December 1, 2014, Jeffrey Prang was sworn in as the 27 th Assessor for the County of Los Angeles. Mr. Prang’s vision for the Office of the Assessor includes modernizing the systems, building the public’s trust and becoming more accessible to taxpayers.

What is the assessor’s identification number?

The Assessor’s Identification Number (AIN) is a ten-digit number assigned by the Office of the Assessor to each piece of real property in Los Angeles County. This ten-digit AIN is made up of a four-digit Map Book Number (1234), a three-digit Page Number (567), and a three-digit Parcel Number (890).

Where can I pay my property tax in Los Angeles County?

Property tax payments will NOT be accepted at any Assessor location. For tax payments please visit the Treasurer and Tax Collector at Effective October 1, 2021 all Assessor Offices will be open to the public from 8:00am – 5:00pm for limited in-person services.

Are all assessor services available to the public?

All Assessor services remain available to the public via our email contact form or by phone at (213) 974-3211. These safer options continue to provide the highest-level of Assessor services during this public health challenge.