Every Home and Business Being Reassessed for Damages, Office Open
After Hurricane Ida, the St. Charles Parish Assessor’s Office began a complete reassessment of properties within the parish.
To assist with this process, aerial photos of the parish were captured between Sept. 3 and Sept. 5, and street view image capture was completed on Sept. 14, Sept. 24, and Sept. 25.
This process is similar to the regular reassessment process done at four-year intervals as per state law. There is no need for residents to contact the assessor’s office at this time while reassessments are still being determined via technology and boots on the ground. If more information is needed from a homeowner or business owner during this process, a representative from the assessor’s office will reach out.
Once reassessments are completed, they will be posted online and available in the assessor’s office for residents to review. The majority of residents are likely to agree to the adjustments made. Those who feel the assessor’s office did not quite capture all damages will then be encouraged to contact the office for further review.
The goal is to remove the burden from residents at this time when most are busy dealing heavily with insurance companies and/or FEMA.
To see all updates related to post-Ida reassessment, be sure to visit our website at stcharlesassessor.com/category/hurricane-ida. For any questions, please contact our office at (985) 783-6281 or email@example.com.
See the images in this post for examples of before and after street-view imagery, aerial imagery, and a picture of the vehicle-mounted camera for street-view imagery capture.
Office Now Reopen to the Public
Our office on the first floor of the St. Charles Parish Courthouse, 15045 River Road in Hahnville, is OPEN to the public. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday – Friday. We are also available via phone at (985) 783-6281. Please be sure to call back if you are unable to get through. And residents can send us messages anytime via firstname.lastname@example.org.