Property Assessment Inquiry
To search the
Property Assessment Inquiry Database
- Enter your fee parcel or assessment number (i.e. 123-456-789-000) in the corresponding "Search Criteria" box. To search a range of parcels or assessments, you may enter any of the following: the book (i.e. 123-), the book-page (i.e. 123-45), the book-page-block (i.e.123-456), or the book-page-block-parcel (i.e. 123-456-789). It is not necessary to enter the hyphens.
- Street addresses can be searched by entering all or a portion of the address. Use the drop down box under "Search Type" that corresponds to your search criteria.
- To access the assessment information from your search, double click on the desired assessment number.
- Searches of books 001-009 require the leading zeros. The more complete the assessment number, the more specific the search will be.
- Parcels secured by real property begin with book numbers 001 and go up to book 534.
- Unsecured supplemental assessment numbers begin with 800-986.
- Secured supplement assessment numbers begin with 990-996.
- To print your assessment information, click on "Print" located at the top of the data window.
California Government Code Section 6254.21 prohibits the display of home addresses or telephone numbers of any elected or appointed official on the Internet by any state or local agency without 1st obtaining the written permission of that individual. To comply with the statute, property searches are allowed by parcel identification numbers and street addresses. Searches are not available by name.
California Revenue and Taxation Code Section 408.3. (d): "The Legislature finds and declares that information concerning property characteristics is maintained solely for assessment purposes and is not continuously updated by the assessor. Therefore, neither the county, nor the assessor, shall incur any liability for errors, omissions, or approximations with respect to property characteristics information provided by the assessor to any party pursuant to this section. Further, this subdivision shall not be construed to imply liability on the part of the county or the assessor for errors, omissions, or other defects in any other information or records provided by the assessor pursuant to the provisions of this part."