How is Personal Property Appraised?

How is Personal Property Appraised?

Personal Property is reappraised and reassessed every year. 

Our office mails out a self-reporting Personal Property Report Form, as approved and adopted by the Louisiana Tax Commission, each year on our before February 15, to all individuals, partnerships, corporations, associations, etc., engaged in business and owning personal property. Each property owner receiving a form shall fill out the form and return it to the assessor by the first day of April or forty-five (45) days after receipt, whichever is later. Upon written request, the assessor may grant an extension of time in which to file, not to exceed thirty (30) days. 

Failure to report may result in a Forced Assessment. A Forced Assessment is an assessment resulting from an estimation of value. That value may be estimated based upon a field inspection of your property or it may be estimated based upon the average value of personal property for businesses similar to yours. 
 

Public Notice

Notice is hereby given that I have completed the listings of all property in the Parish of West Feliciana and have established the valuations thereon and that the said listings will be exposed in my office, 4785 Prosperity Street, Courthouse Annex of West Feliciana Parish, Saint Francisville, Louisiana between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. for public inspection and correction for a period of fifteen (15) calendar days beginning the 15th day of August, 2017. Any Taxpayer or other interested party desiring to examine an assessment may call or visit my office during this 15-day period.

Randy Ritchie, CLA

Assessor, Parish of West Feliciana