The Assessor's Office assesses and records information on all property for the City of St. Louis.
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Real Estate Appraisal: (314) 622-4185
1200 Market St
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday
All in-person customers for the Assessor's Office must visit the virtual lobby and reserve a place in our virtual line.
Please remain outside City Hall in your personal vehicle until your number is called. You will receive a text message confirming your place in line and another when you may enter the building.
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The Assessor's Office assesses real and personal property, keeps records of all real estate transactions, and maintains a current record of property ownership in the City. The office is comprised of three sections: Personal Property, Real Property, and Records & Mapping. All sections work together to accurately identify, list, classify, and appraise all taxable properties in an effort to achieve fairness and equity in values.
Address and Property Information Search
Look up assessed property value, ownership, permit activity and ward information by parcel or address.
Address Change Form for Personal Property
Update your mailing address of record for Personal Property (vehicle, boat, etc) in the City of St. Louis.
Certificate of Value Form (COV)
Certificate of Value Form for Sale and/or Transfer of Real Estate in the City of St Louis
Obtain a Personal Property Tax Receipt
Instructions for how to find City of St. Louis personal property tax history, print a tax receipt and/or proceed to payment.
Obtain a Real Estate Tax Receipt
Instructions for how to find City of St. Louis real estate tax payment history, print a tax receipt and/or proceed to payment.
Obtain a Tax Waiver (Statement of Non-Assessment)
Residents with no personal property tax assessed in the prior year can obtain a statement of non-assessment (tax-waiver)
Update Real Estate Owner Address
Instructions on how to update your mailing address of record, for owners of real estate in the City of St Louis
2022 Statement from Missouri State Tax Commission
11/22/2022 - Supply Chain, Chip Shortage and Inflation Impact Vehicle Values
Statement on 2022 Personal Property Tax Increase
Personal Property Taxes on Vehicles to Increase for 2nd Year in a Row
11/09/2022 - The tax on most vehicles will be more in 2022 than in 2021, due to the rising values of vehicles in the re-sale market. Taxes are due December 31.
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