How do I find my APN number LA County?
How do I find an Assessor I.D. 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 the legal description of a property in California?
Where can I get a copy of the legal description of my property? A copy of the legal description for your property can be found on the most recent recorded deed. If you do not have a copy of your deed, you can get a copy at the Sacramento County Clerk-Recorder’s Office.
How do I contact the LA County Assessor?
The Office of the Assessor is committed to the health and well-being of the public and our employees by following the LA County Department of Public Health safety orders. Online services remain available to the public via our email contact form or by phone at (213) 974-3211.
Where can I find Los Angeles County property records?
The Assessor’s Property Database (PDB) Inquiry System, containing the public record for all properties in Los Angeles County, is available for remote access through a fee-based service. It is not a relational database; users can only view records, one at a time, through an internet/VPN connection.
How many parcels are there in Los Angeles County?
Over 2.3 million parcels exist today in Los Angeles County. These parcels, which are numbered individually to uniquely identify and track their historical evolution, cover an area of over 4,080 square miles, including 88 cities and numerous unincorporated communities. Using GIS Tax Parcel Base Map means accuracy, versatility and compatibility!
Are the assessor offices open to the public?
As we work to streamline Prop. 19 claims, many questions can be answered here or by email. Assessor Offices will be open to the public from 8:00am – 5:00pm for limited in-person services, except for the West District which remains closed until further notice.