California Public Records Act, Government Code Section 6254.21 states in part,
No state or local agency shall post the home address or telephone number of any elected or appointed official on the Internet without first obtaining the written permission of that individual. This includes but is not limited to judges, law enforcement personnel, government appointees, and members of the legislature. To comply with the Act, we have omitted the Assessee's name from all parcels on the assessment roll posted on our website.
The Assessor's Office has several different files available for purchase. A price list of our files for sale to the public is listed on the Data for Sale page. For current year assessed value or characteristics of a specific address, see our Assessed Value Lookup page or visit ParcelQuest.
Secured Assessment Roll and Situs files are updated once a year, in July. Parcels owned by government entities (i.e. City of Fresno, federal government, various water districts) are not assessable; therefore they do not appear on the assessment roll or situs index. Situs file is an index of addresses to parcel numbers. If a parcel does not have an address, it will not be in the index.
Secured Assessment Roll
Secured Assessment Roll values for 2018 (January 1, 2018 lien date) are not available until July 2018.
Street Address Index (Situs)
This service has been provided to allow easy access and a visual display of County information . Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the maps and data provided. The County of Fresno assumes no responsibility arising from use of this information. The maps and associated data are provided without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Do not make any business decisions based on this data before validating your decision with the appropriate County office.
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