THE LEGAL PUBLIC INSPECTION OF THE TAX ROLL PERIOD WAS FROM MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 2021 TO MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 2021.
The legal deadline to file a 2021 Assessment Review with the St. Tammany Parish Assessor’s Office was the last day of the Public Inspection of the Tax Roll period, Monday, Aug. 30, 2021. However, Assessor Louis Fitzmorris extended the dates of Public Inspection of the Tax Roll AND the deadline to file an Assessment Review until Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2021 due to Hurricane Ida.
If you filed a timely review with the Assessor’s Office and would like to Appeal to the Board of Review, (the St. Tammany Parish Council), the deadline to do so was extended to Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021.
*By law, you must first file a timely Assessment Review with the St. Tammany Parish Assessor’s Office before filing for an Appeal with the Parish Board of Review (the St. Tammany Parish Council).
IDA UPDATE: Property owners who received damage to their home or business as a result of Hurricane Ida may submit a Storm Review Form. Property owners are encouraged to file as soon as possible. Storm Review forms are available HERE. Storm Reviews will be handled separately after the regular 2021 Assessment Reviews and Board of Review are completed.
Approximately 1000 homes damaged in Hurricane Ida were addressed by this office without the need for property owners to file for a Storm Review and a reduction letter was then sent. If you are in disagreement with the relief granted, you can file a Storm Review application.
Applications to submit a 2021 Assessment Review form online are still available here: www.stpao.org/
Please do not wait until you receive your tax bill in November to attempt to file an Assessment Review. All property owners are strongly encouraged to check assessments, verify mailing and physical addresses and any special assessments, exemptions etc., every year in August.