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New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-09-20 12:34:17 –

Williams Evaluator: The assessment roll resumes to provide Hurricane Aida-related damage assessments

The period for submitting evidence is from September 23, 2021 to October 7, 2021.

The Öhlins Parish Board of Trustees has announced that it will resume its valuation roll to give property owners damaged by Hurricane Ida the opportunity to receive a reduction in their damage-related valuations. All homeowners will automatically receive a 5% reduction as real estate becomes unavailable for weeks after the storm hits, but additional physical damage and commercial real estate owners will receive Hurricane Ida. We recommend that you submit documents regarding the damage caused by the property. The Hurricane Aida Damage Form can be completed and downloaded at the following URL: From September 23rd.

Submissions Must Include documents to support your damage claim, such as photos, contractor repair quotes, inspection reports, damage assessments, and copies of your insurance claim. Real estate owners can submit a completed Hurricane Ida Damage Form in the following ways:・ Attach to online appeals that can be submitted online. The appeal link can be found on the following homepage.· Schedule virtual, phone, or face-to-face meetings with staff at Alternatively, call (504) 754-8811. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Assessor Williams encourages owners to meet staff by zoom or phone, if possible.・ We will mail the completed form and supplementary documents to the following address.

Carry-on is on a first-come, first-served basis, as staff schedules allow, but property owners are strongly encouraged to schedule bookings online. Alternatively, call (504) 754-8811. The office locations are: City Hall – Room 4E01 – 1300 Perdido Street, orAlgiers Courthouse, 225 Morgan Street “Don’t wait until the last minute to submit the Hurricane Aida Damage Form or schedule an appointment,” said evaluator Errol Williams. “The time frame is very limited. It is important for residents to schedule their bookings as soon as possible to ensure that they get a damage-related reduction to their 2022 asset valuation. We will do our utmost to ensure that all those who suffer these damages receive the damage-related reductions of their valuation. ”To receive the damages for the 2022 tax year, the damages related to the storm. All evidence of the above must be submitted to the assessment office by 4 pm on October 7, 2021. All visitors to the valuation office must arrive and wear a mask during their visit.

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