Notification of Assessment

The Assessor usually mails out the annual Notification of Assessment the last week of July.

If you have not received your notice by August 7, please contact the Assessor's Office so we can send you out a replacement.

If you received a Notification of Assessment and have any questions that are not answered below, please feel free to contact us. When contacting us, please provide your parcel number located at the top of the notice.

Notice Types

Proposition 13 Value Notice Postcard

This notice is the most common value notice and just shows the assessed value of your property under Proposition 13. This differs from the other Prop 13 notices in that these properties will not have any other value associated with them (personal property, trade fixtures, trees & vines, etc).

Proposition 13 Factored Value Notice

This notice goes out to those whose property is valued at the standard Prop 13 value. These differ from the postcards in that there may be other values or activities involved with the property.

Restoration of Prop 13 Value

This notice goes out to owners whose property value has been restored to it's full Prop 13 value from the temporarily reduced Prop 8 value.

January 1st Value Notice

This notice goes out to owners of parcels whose assessed value is below the market value. See the decline in value page for more information.

Changed Assessment

This value notice goes out to parcels that didn't fall into any of the other categories and just have a change in value from the previous year.

Land Conservation Act

These notices go out for parcels that are under the land conservation act (LCA) program.

Governor Declared Disaster (Calamity)

The calamity value notice applies to all parcels that are still covered by a calamity exemption claim.