Assessments

Learn more about Proposition A assessments

Assessments

Learn more about Proposition A assessments

The voters of Los Angeles County approved Proposition A in the November 3, 1992, General Election. Proposition A authorized an annual assessment on nearly all of the 2.25 million parcels of real property in the County. Proposition A funded $540 million for the acquisition, restoration or rehabilitation of real property for parks and park safety, senior recreation facilities, gang prevention, beaches, recreation, community or cultural facilities, trails, wildlife habitats, or natural lands, and maintenance and servicing of those projects.

On November 5, 1996, the County’s voters approved a 2nd Proposition A to fund an additional $319 million of parks and recreation projects and additional funds for maintenance and servicing of those projects.

The Regional Park and Open Space District collects assessments against parcels of land in the County of Los Angeles and disburses funds for grants and other programs. The District works with the County Assessor, Auditor-Controller, and Treasurer-Tax Collector to collect the District’s assessments.

Assessment review is available on any parcel. To begin the re-assessment process, the owner of the property will need to fill out the Request for Assessment Review and Claim for Refund Form.  If an agent representing the owner is requesting the re-assessment, the owner will need to fill out the Authorization of Tax Agent Form.  Should you have any questions, please feel free to call (833) 265-2600.

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