Property Taxes & Homestead Exemptions

A “domicile” is one’s permanent, owned residence. A person can have only one domicile. Every homeowner is able to claim an exemption from property taxes for the first $75,000 of value of their “domicile” or the home they occupy as their primary residence, guaranteed by the State Constitution.

For more information on property taxes and homestead exemptions, below are links to the tax assessors for each parish:

ORLEANS PARISH – ERROLL G. WILLIAMS, CLA

JEFFERSON PARISH – THOMAS J. CAPELLA, CLA

ST. TAMMANY PARISH – LOUIS FITZMORRIS, CLA

ST. CHARLES PARISH – TAB TROXLER, CLA

ST. BERNARD PARISH – JAYLYNN BERGERON TURNER, CLA

PLAQUEMINES PARISH – ROBERT GRAVOLET, CLA

WASHINGTON PARISH – JAMES STEVENSON JR., CLA

TANGIPAHOA PARISH – JOAQUIN MATHEU, CLA

ST. JOHN PARISH – BRUNO BURRELL