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Terrebonne Parish Assessor

Loney J. Grabert

 

Contact

Hours of Operation

  • Monday thru Friday
  • 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Physical Address

  • Government Tower
  • 8026 Main Street, Suite 501
  • Houma, LA 70360

Mailing Address

  • P. O. Box 5094
  • Houma, LA 70361
 

Our Mission

As the assessor, I am required by the Louisiana Constitution to list and value all property subject to ad valorem taxation on an assessment roll each year. Terrebonne Parish Assessor's Office must appraise and assess approximately 50,000 parcels of property.

Property is assessed as follows:

  • LAND – 10%
  • RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS – 10%
  • COMMERCIAL IMPROVEMENTS – 15%
  • PERSONAL PROPERTY – 15%
  • PUBLIC SERVICE PROPERTY – 25% (assessed by the Louisiana Tax Commission)

The assessor does not raise or lower taxes. The assessor does not make the laws which affect property owners. The Constitution of the State of Louisiana, as adopted by the voters, provides the basic framework for taxation, and tax laws are made by the Louisiana Legislature. The rules and regulations for assessment are set by the Louisiana Tax Commission. The tax dollars are levied by the taxing bodies, such as the council, school board, etc., and are collected by the Sheriff's Office as Ex-Officio Tax Collector.

Our Staff

Evelyn L. Pellegrin, Millages & Resolution evetpassessor@bellsouth.net
Nick P. LeBoeuf, Oil & Gas nicktpassessor@bellsouth.net
Kerry Boudreaux, Business/M & E/F & F kerrytpassessor@bellsouth.net
Tammy Hunt, Property Transfers tamtpassessor@bellsouth.net
Lizbeth P. McElroy, Change Orders liztpassessor@bellsouth.net
Dave Picou, Mapping tpassessor@bellsouth.net
Philip Adams, Commercial Buildings philtpassessor@bellsouth.net
Kim Marcel, General Questions kimtpassessor@bellsouth.net

 

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