The Assessor has developed an on line tool to look up basic information, such as assessed value and assessor's parcel number (APN), for real property in Santa Clara County.
Currently you may research and print assessment information for individual parcels free of charge. This system is best viewed using Internet Explorer 8.0 or higher and a screen resolution of 1024 x 768.
Please contact us with your comments or suggestions. If you have any questions or comments e-mail us. Your feedback is important in determining the type of and demand for services needed by the public.
This service has been provided to allow easy access and a visual display of County Assessment information.
A reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the data provided; nevertheless, some information may be out of date or may not be accurate.
The County of Santa Clara assumes no responsibility arising from use of this information. 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 the data. [Revenue and Taxation Code Section 408.3(c)]
California Government Code 6254.21 states that "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."
As the cost to collect and continuously update that information is prohibitive, the On-Line Property Assessment Information System does not display the Assessee name information.
ADDITIONAL DISCLAIMER FOR MOBILE HOME OWNERS:
The information contained in this web site is for the current owner of record only. Current owner history displayed is available for up to the most current three years only.
If the ownership has changed during the past three years, the information displayed will only be for the most recently closed assessment roll.
Certificates of title of mobile homes are processed through the California Housing and Community Development (HCD).
For more information on certificates of title or ownership you can visit their web site at: www.hcd.ca.gov.
Proposition 110 allows homeowners who are severely and permanently physically disabled to transfer the base year value of their principle residence to a newly purchased or constructed replacement residence.